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book review, booksneeze, Empty Promises

A Review of Empty Promises by Pete Wilson

Ever think “if I just had more money, a bigger house, a better job, ________, life would be better?” You’re definitely not alone if you have! Everyone has fallen for an “empty promise” at least once in his or her life, but those who succeed are the ones who can break free of these lies …

Beauty Book, book review, booksneeze

A Review of The Beauty Book by Nancy Rue

Okay, I know I’m not the target audience for this title (it’s geared towards preteens), and I don’t have a daughter or any close younger female relatives that I need to share this advice with, but I still chose to review this book since I spent a semester interning for Nancy Rue. Even though I …

book review, booksneeze, Great Day Every Day

A Review of Great Day Every Day by Max Lucado

Lately I had been in a bit of a rut. Nothing bad had happened, but I just felt “blah.” After reading this book, I feel like I have been transformed and put back on track! As Lucado points out, Psalm 118:24 says that THIS is the day the Lord has made, and I should rejoice …

book review, booksneeze, nearing home

A Review of Nearing Home by Billy Graham

Billy Graham is old. No, I’m not being callous or rude. He is old, 93 years old at the time the book was written, and he makes sure to remind everyone that growing old is not for sissies. In his old age, his thoughts have turned to what life is like for those who are …

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A review of Kaleidoscope by Patsy Clairmont

I received this book from BookSneeze several months ago and had the intent to read it and post a review by the following weekend. The best laid plans and such… In Kaleidoscope (a word that becomes increasingly more difficult to spell each time I write it), With chapter headings such as “Dem Bones” (related to …