Monthly Archives: January, 2015

Review: Clutter Free: Quick and Easy Steps to Simplifying Your Space by:Kathi Lipp

 About the Book:If you’ve ever wished you could clear out your clutter, simplify your space, and take back your life, Kathi Lipp’s new book has just the solutions you need. Building off the success of her The Get Yourself Organized Project, this book will provide even more ideas for getting your life and your stuff …

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Litfuse Review: Beyond All Dreams by:Elizabeth Camden

 About the Book:Sweeping and Romantic Historical Drama from an Award-Winning Author Anna O’Brien leads a predictable and quiet life as a map librarian at the illustrious Library of Congress until she stumbles across a baffling mystery of a ship disappeared at sea. She is thwarted in her attempts to uncover information, but her determination outweighs …

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Review: It’s Not Who You Know, It’s Who You Are: Life Lessons from Winners by:Williams/Denney

 About the Book:We live in a culture obsessed with celebrity. When we’re not trying to make a name for ourselves, we’re following the big names on Twitter, liking them on Facebook, and taking selfies with them if we are lucky enough to run into them in real life. We love winners and we want to …

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Review: Motivate Your Child by:Turanksy/Miller

 About the Book:We need a parenting revolution! Most parenting approaches end up encouraging children to ask the wrong questions about life: What’s in it for me? Are you going to pay me for that? What’s the minimum I need to do to get by?But God’s Word gives us a better way to parent, one that …

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Review&Giveaway: Nourished by:Johnson/Randolph

 About the Book:With humor, honesty and faith Becky Johnson and her daughter Rachel Randolph determine to tackle the stuff that is stressing them out, once and for all. From interviews with friends and lots of research they came up with The Ten Most Common Stressors That Mess with a Woman’s Mind: daily challenges that routinely …

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CFBA Review: A Stitch In Crime by:Cathy Elliott

This week, theChristian Fiction Blog Allianceis introducingA Stitch in CrimeAbingdon Press (January 20, 2015)byCathy Elliot ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Cathy Elliott is a full-time writer who lives in northern California and whose cozy mysteries reflect her personal interests from playing her fiddle with friends to antique collecting and quilting. Besides collecting (too much) cool fabric, she …

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Review: Dr. Dee Dee Dynamo’s Saturn Surprise by:Oneeka Williams M.D.

About the Book:The rings of Saturn go round and round, Disappeared one day and could not be found. To put them back, just take a chance, And join me in the Saturn Dance! Meet Dr. Dee Dee Dynamo- 9-year-old girl Super Surgeon on the Go. Born with supernatural powers from electrical energy, she jets around …

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Review: God’s Wondrous Machine: The Electrifying Nervous System by:Lainna Callentine

 About the Book:Utilizing Bloom’s and Gardeners’ Taxonomies of multiple intelligence learning styles, this curriculum focuses on the human body’s nervous system, and will create opportunities for children to stretch beyond their natural tendencies. This book series will challenge the child in all facts of multiple intelligence. The parent/instructor is able to choose hands-on activities that …

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Review: Pure Love Pure Life by:Elsa Kok Colopy

About the Book:When you think of purity, what comes to mind? Perfect behavior? Impossible standards? Everything focused on waiting for that special guy? If so, you re not alone. The good news is purity isn t just a list of don ts don t think that way, don t look that way, don t act …

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Arlo Giveaway Sponsored by Early Ink Press Hosted by Pea of Sweetness Co-Hosted by Deals of Sweetness

Arlo Giveaway Sponsored by Early Ink Press Hosted by Pea of Sweetness Co-Hosted by Deals of Sweetness Reading is more fun with a friend! Kids will love to read about the adventures of Arlo the Elephant as he goes on adventures like going to the dentist, taking a trip, and visiting the farmer’s market! Kids …

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