Based on the scriptural text of Jesus saying that the second most important thing to do is love your neighbor, this book provides you with step by step ways in which to carry this out. The book is well written, easy to follow and makes a strong point that many issues in our current world … Continue reading The Art of Neighboring: Building Genuine Relationships Right Outside Your Door By Jay Pathak and Dave Runyon
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Wow! So much food for thought! Kroes has written an amazing book full of hardcore information on the current condition of the Earth. With chapters on such topics as deforestation, water, mineral shortages, and even the nitrogen cycle, Kroes covers everything you can think of and even rates them as to what is the most … Continue reading Feasible Living: Dealing with Ecological Anxiety While Adapting to Our Changing World by Ken Kroes
If you like historical fiction this is a great read about the life of a Russian woman, Grusha, and her son, Stepan, set in the 16th century. Grusha has been a slave for the Kolychev clan but following the death of her husband, Grusha’s primary concern is her son and this choice governs all the … Continue reading Song of the Shaman by C. P. Lesley
If you had told me that I would read a book of poetry about girls rugby I would have scoffed! I am not particularly a sportsperson. But I was amazed at how well this poetry book was written and how much I enjoyed it. In the world of sports, it is so different for girls … Continue reading Egg Shaped Ball by Laura DiNovis Berry
This is a cozy murder mystery that takes place on a cruise ship. Sheila Mackey is retiring from a job she never had (it’s a secret) so her aunt helps with the transition by sending her on a cruise. Her cruise companion is quite the character, Petronella, who works way too hard to be helpful, … Continue reading Death on the Diversion by Patricia McLinn
Ryan Bopdean and Megan Simons team up for an exciting adventure with a literary twist. They are out to find the missing Hemmingway manuscripts. The novel is based on the one fact that in 1929, Hemmingway’s first wife, Hadley lost a bag containing his first novel and all carbon copies. In this story, the manuscripts … Continue reading Hemingway Found: A Ryan Bodean Tropical Thriller by Steven Moore and David Berens