Reviews by Kim Morrow
On 6/22 Kim Morrow wrote: I received "The Band That Played On", by Steve Turner, for free from BookSneeze.com in return for my honest review of the material. If you are interested in receiving materials in exchange for honest reviews, please check out BookSneeze.com. This is not your typical book about the Titanic. In fact ... The Band That Played On ~ Book Review
On 2/23 Kim Morrow wrote: I love my new car. I love the book that I just finished! We love the movie that we just saw. Oh my gosh I love your shoes! But is this really love? In the book Love: Cultivating Spirit-Give Character explores the first Fruit of the Spirit. My Review: First off...I really enjoyed reading this book/study. ... Is This Really Love?
On 1/7 Kim Morrow wrote: I have only read this current book which is the third book so far in The Homelanders series. I normally do not read a book out of order but from what I had read in other reviews is that it was a book series that was so well written that you didn't need to start with the first one. So when I saw that ... The Truth of the Matter ~ Review
On 11/6 Kim Morrow wrote: I am officially ready for Christmas to be here after reading The Nativity Collection by Robert Morgan. I know it's a bit early and I'm one that hates seeing Christmas ads and decorations in the stores before Thanksgiving (except craft stores of course) but I have to say that this book has picked me ... The Nativity Collection ~ Book Review
On 9/8 Kim Morrow wrote: Mary Beth Mullet is an Amish teenage girl living with her parents and brothers, struggling with having a little privacy during her last summer of freedom, before she will have to get a job. With her food stash, her journal, and her privacy, Mary Beth finds great comfort in her hideout; a barn close to ... A Summer Secret ~ A Review
On 5/5 Kim Morrow wrote: I don't always enjoy reading biographies because usually they are fact filled and boring. Sorry but that's how I feel. I was surprised when I read this book because it was more like a novel than a biography! It was refreshing and informative to read and kept my interest to where I didn't want to put ... The Revolutionary Paul Revere
On 3/21 Kim Morrow wrote: Every single one of us communicates every day, whether it be in person, on the phone, in a text message, emails, someone reading your blog or maybe even social media. But at the end of that communication has it ever left you feeling as though you never really did connect with that person? In John C. ... Everyone Communicates Few Connect