Middle of the Mess
“How do you live an authentic life with God? It always starts with the truth.” There is some mess in all of our lives. We often try to hide it and show others a life that is put together. If we were to share our truth about our messy, broken […]

In the Middle of the Mess by Sheila Walsh


Fearless Parenting
“Are parents today facing issues that would have been unthinkable to their grandparents’ generation? Yep.” Parenting children today is hard. There are so many new situations to deal with, especially with technology. Cell phones, social media, cyberbullying – many of these things our own parents didn’t have to deal with […]

Fearless Parenting by George Barna and Jimmy Myers



Camino Island
“Plans – nothing ever goes as planned, and the survivors are the ones who can adapt on the fly.” Mercer Mann is a struggling writer. She has two books published and is struggling to get the third written. In the meantime, she is teaching to pay off her student loans. […]

Camino Island by John Grisham


Radium Girls
“Radium was a silent stalker, hiding behind that mask, using its disguise to burrow deep into the women’s jaws and teeth.” What if the whole world told you something was safe and then that thing ended up being deadly and killed you? That is exactly what happened to the radium […]

The Radium Girls by Kate Moore


Bookshelf
I am going to change up how I do my bookshelf on the blog. Although I enjoyed setting high reading goals in 2017, I’m ready to take it a little bit easier when it comes to what I read in 2018. So, I’m going to post about what I read […]

Sarah Anne’s Bookshelf: What I read in December 2017



Bookshelf
I read more than 120 books in 2017! I set monthly reading goals and met most of them every month. I chose to read a fiction, classic, non-fiction, historical, inspirational and biographical book each month. I also read several young adult novels and books that I just wanted to read. […]

Sarah Anne’s Top Books of 2017


Skipping Christmas
“We skip Christmas, save the money, and go splash in the Caribbean for ten days.” Luther and Nora Krank are facing a Christmas that will be a little bit lonely. Their only daughter is going to another country to serve in the Peace Corps and will not be home. As […]

Skipping Christmas by John Grisham


Skipping Christmas
Welcome to the online book club for Skipping Christmas by John Grisham. Luther and Nora Krank are facing a Christmas that will be a little bit lonely. Their only daughter is going to another country to serve in the Peace Corps and will not be home. As the hustle and bustle of […]

Online Book Club: Skipping Christmas by John Grisham



Noel Diary
“I felt a little like an archaeologist, digging through sedimentary layers, uncovering the past. But not someone else’s past. My past.” Famous and lonely. Rich but living with the pain of a rough childhood. Writing about love without anyone to love in life. That is the world of J. Churcher. […]

The Noel Diary by Richard Paul Evans