Review: The Daniel Key: 20 Choices That Make All the Difference by Anne Graham Lotz

Please note, this book was received as an advanced review copy. I did not receive any compensation for this review and all opinions are my own. Thank you.

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Hello again, everyone! Tonight finds us with a new book review and this time it’s The Daniel Key: 20 Choices That Make All the Difference by Anne Graham Lotz.

This book, inspired by the story of Daniel in the Old Testament, shows how we can engage our broken culture with integrity and understanding through devotion to God and community fellowship. This book gives readers a fresh new take on how to survive in a pagan, permissive, and perverse culture.

This book is a true gem this season of harvest. To find out more about this book, click here.

Enjoy,

Nicole

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Review: Breasts: The Owner’s Manual: Every Woman’s Guide to Reducing Cancer Risk, Making Treatment Choices, and Optimizing Outcomes by Kristi Funk

Please note, this book was a received review copy from Book Look Bloggers. All opinions are my own. Thank you.

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Hello again, everyone. Tonight finds us in a new book review and this time its Breasts: The Owner’s Manual: Every Woman’s Guide to Reducing Cancer Risk, Making Treatment Choices, and Optimizing Outcomes by Kristi Funk.

In Breasts the Owners Manual, Dr. Funk shares the everyday choices that bring you closer to breast cancer—or move you farther away.

Also shared are guidelines on how to improve your breast health, lower your risk of getting cancer, optimize your outcomes if you’re faced with a diagnosis, and make informed medical choices after treatment.

This is a must-read for every woman.

To find out more about this book, click here.

Enjoy,

Nicole

Review: Can’t Nothing Bring Me Down: Chasing Myself in the Race Against Time by Ida Keeling

Please note, this book was a received review copy from Book Look Bloggers. All opinions are my own. Thank you.

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Hello again, everyone. Tonight finds us in a new book review and this time it’s Can’t Nothing Bring Me Down: Chasing Myself in the Race Against Time by Ida Keeling.

In Can’t Nobody Hold Me Down, Ida Keeling shares her memoir of her 101-year-old, world-record-holding runner.

Miss Ida, as she’s known throughout her Bronx community, isn’t your typical runner. Her fierce independence helped her through the Depression and the Civil Rights Movement.

Ida’s two sons were brutally murdered. Justice was never found in either case. Leaving her as a mother ragged and bare. But encouraged by her daughter, Ida put on her first pair of running shoes at the age of 67 and began to a running career.

Running gave light and new energy to Ida, and since her first race nearly 35 years ago, she’s kept running and never looked back.

Ida Keeling shares her inspirational story about growing up as a child of immigrants during the Depression and later raising four children as a single mother. She offers truths, inspiration, wisdom, and insight for readers looking to make the most of their next chapter in life.

To find out more about this book, click here.

Enjoy,

Nicole

Review: In Bloom: Trading Restless Insecurity for Abiding Confidence by Kayla Aimee

Please note, this book was a received review copy from Book Look Bloggers. All opinions are my own. Thank you.

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Hello again, everyone. Tonight finds us in a new book review and this time it’s In Bloom: Trading Restless Insecurity for Abiding Confidence by Kayla Aimee.

In Bloom asks women to get familiar, comfortable and acquainted with their own personal voices of insecurity and inadequacy.

Whether fueled by a culture of makeover shows, by the lingering memories of mean girls, or by even their own mothers, this book is a wake-up call for women stuck in the loop of criticism past.

The author unfolds the blueprint for women to:

• Identify the deep-seated inadequacies they face.
• Replace our need for approval with the enduring promise of acceptance
• Uncover our purpose and celebrate the God-given gifts instead

To every woman who longs for belonging, this journey through prose, biblical promises, and journaling prompts will help guide her to a new and beautiful becoming.

In Bloom is your invitation to reexamine your life and to start that journey within.

To find out more about this book, click here.

Enjoy,

Nicole

Review: Everyday Holy: Finding a Big God in the Little Moments by Melanie Shankle

Please note, this book was a received review copy from Book Look Bloggers. All opinions are my own. Thank you.

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Hello again, everyone. Tonight finds us in a new book review and this time it’s Everyday Holy: Finding a Big God in the Little Moments by Melanie Shankle.

In Everyday Holy, Shankle delights readers with passages, thoughts, prayers, and devotions centered around the idea of an everyday rite of passage for women: The day you wake up and change your life to make it better suited for the woman you are inside!

Everyday Holy is your invitation to reexamine your life and to start that journey within.

To find out more about this book, click here.

Enjoy,

Nicole

The Little French Bistro: A Novel by Nina George Review

Please note, this book was a received review copy from Blogging for Books. All opinions are my own. Thank you.

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Hello again, everyone. Tonight finds us in a new book review and this time it’s The Little French Bistro: A Novel by Nina George.

In The Little French Bistro, readers are given an extraordinary novel about new beginnings.

This book centers on Marianne, a woman stuck in a loveless, unhappy marriage. After forty-one years, she has reached her limit, and one evening in Paris she decides to take action. Following this book to find out her travels!

To find out more about this book, click here.

Enjoy,

Nicole

Review: Jesus the Bridegroom: The Greatest Love Story Ever Told by Brant Pitre

Please note, this book was a received review copy from Blogging for Books. All opinions are my own. Thank you.

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Hello again, everyone. Tonight finds us in a new book review and this time it’s Jesus the Bridegroom: The Greatest Love Story Ever Told by Brant Pitre.

In Jesus, the Bridegroom, sourcing Jewish Scripture, and tradition, the author shows how the suffering and death of Jesus was far more than a tragic Roman execution. Instead, a fulfillment of ancient Jewish prophecies of a wedding, when the God of the universe would wed himself to humankind in an everlasting nuptial.

Sourcing dozens of passages in the Bible, from Exodus, the Song of Songs, the Wedding at Cana, the Woman at the Well, the Last Supper, the Crucifixion, and even the Second Coming at the End of Time, readers are given a new and lasting glimpse into Christ’s resurrection story. A must read this Easter season.

To find out more about this book, click here.

Enjoy,

Nicole