Reviews by whamilton
On 9/8 whamilton wrote: The Butterfly Effect was a short yet inspirational book. The goal of it is to point out that everything each of us does matters. We may never know the impact of a single action, but each does have an impact. Based on that idea, the author encourages each person that they have the power to make a difference—essentially ...
On 6/26 whamilton wrote: A Time To Embrace by Karen KingsburyKaren Kingsbury is one of my favorite authors, and this book only reinforced that opinion. It is the sequel to her book “A Time to Dance.” John Reynolds is a high school football coach. He and his wife Abby have recently repaired a marriage that is falling apart ... A Time to Embrace
On 6/16 whamilton wrote: You Can Be Everything God Wants You to Be By Max LucadoThis book was aimed at helping each person realize that God made them uniquely and has a special plan for them. Each section contained a topic that focused on either finding your strengths, understanding where those fit in the big picture, and actually ... You Can Be Everything God Wants You to Be
On 6/8 whamilton wrote: So I joined a great program called booksneeze. I am provided with a book in exchange for my review of it. I am thoroughly enjoying it so far. Below is my review of the first book I read, "Love on a Dime."Love on a Dime by Cara Lynn JamesLilly is a young socialite growing up in New England taken with ... Love on a Dime