“Wild Montana Skies” by Susan May Warren Pages: 352. Published: October 18th 2016 by Fleming H. Revell Company. Genre: christian, romance, contemporary. Find this review on Amazon | Goodreads MY SYNOPSIS Search and rescue pilot Kacey Fairing joined the military to run away from her past. She left her daughter, Audrey, to her parent’s care when she was a … More “Wild Montana Skies” by Susan May Warren
It’s been two years since I began writing reviews in exchange for free books. At first, I had no idea what I was doing… well, I’m not so sure I do now, but I’ve learned one or two things about this in that time. Before anything else, I must say that there are hundreds (of … More 5 things you’ve got to know for writing great book reviews
Hello! Welcome to this interview! I had the great priviledge to talk to James Warnes Wallace via Skype. I developed this not so secret admiration for him because his ministry is basically about helping us as christians to be better case makers for our faith. He wants to give us the right tools to investigate … More Interview with J. Warner Wallace
“What if everything you read is filled with illustrations from people 6000 miles away? What if that’s all you have to build your faith on?” Matthew Elliot President of Oasis International Well… that would be hard for sure. There are millions of English-speaking christian africans who love God and want to learn more about Him. … More Africa Study Bible!
I like reading. I do. I love words and somehow I believe God made me to find Him in them. I enjoy books. Good quotes. Perfectly worded stories. About two years ago I joined Goodreads and I began to receive recommendations from other readers. It was fantastic. A small paradise. However, in my country, you don’t … More What options do I really have?
Songs. Books. Movies. Messages. Paintings. There are some of them that touch us deeply. We rejoice in them and think: “this is so good”. Little do we know the price people of God had to pay to give birth to some of the masterpieces the Lord uses to draw us near to Him. It is … More Out of brokenness
Some weeks ago, I wanted to post something on Instagram I was not so sure about. A quote I liked but a part of it bothered me a little. I did post it and when I got my first “likes”, I got relieved. But then I thought, does people liking it mean this is right? Of course not. … More Al least one
On this day, a year ago, “Mi Baile Perfecto” (My Perfect Dance) was born. It was the result of a conversation with my dear friend, Macsy “Why don’t you create a blog”, she asked me. “It could be”, I answered since I did not find a good reason for not creating it. I gave it … More Happy birthday, Mi Baile Perfecto
Conversations are boring because people don’t say what they really want to. I read somewhere As a reader I have to admit some stories are so frustrating since there’s a whole mess keeping people away from perfect happiness just because they refuse to confess something, share a secret or simply say what they really think … More Say it!
Three weeks ago I was mad. Mad at everything for no reason whatosever. Hormonal day, they call it. I just wanted to fight and say ugly things to the first person that could give a reason for it. Angry. Angry. Angry. I begged God to help me because, really, I had no desire in me … More Angry, angry