Remember Me: a novella by Sharon Garlough Brown {Book Review}

This little book was a fun surprise in the mail! Set during the leadup to lent and the Easter season, Remember Me by Sharon Garlough Brown is a short sequel or sister story to Shades of Light (Click for my thoughts). In Shades of Light the main character, Wren Crawford, was dealing with major loss, … Continue reading Remember Me: a novella by Sharon Garlough Brown {Book Review}

27 places to start if you need a really good book {Fave Books – 2019}

In light of all that's going on in the world, I thought you might appreciate some book recommendations to see you through. I read so much last year and because of a choice to read more diverse authors on purpose, I've read soooo many more amazing books. I am excited to share some of them … Continue reading 27 places to start if you need a really good book {Fave Books – 2019}

I See You: How Love Opens Our Eyes to Invisible People by Terence Lester {Book Review}

"We've become good at fooling ourselves. We begin to live in a society where "I'm too busy for you" becomes the norm, and we are taught and teach others that people are not valuable." Terence Lester, I See You, page 59. One of the things that bothers me most about living in the biggest city … Continue reading I See You: How Love Opens Our Eyes to Invisible People by Terence Lester {Book Review}