Reviews by Nick S.
On 9/15 Nick S. wrote: Farm Fresh Southern Cooking by Tammy Algood I chose to read Farm Fresh Southern Cooking to review because I enjoy finding new recipes. I do not have a lot of room for cookbooks in my kitchen, so reviewing an ebook version of a cookbook is a nice fit for me. I live in a country where ... Recipe book review
On 9/7 Nick S. wrote: A little while back I read a book called Stand by Me: A SouledOut Sisters novel by Neta Jackson. I really meant to write a review much sooner, but with our moving locations and being busy with visitors and summer, I am just now getting around to writing. This light-hearted read is essentially about ... Stand By Me
On 10/10 Nick S. wrote: Amy Parker writes a bedtime book for the preschool aged child. In her book, Night Night Blessings, she uses rhyming poetry to convey a night time prayer of a child. The illustrator, Marijan Ramljak, also creates the pleasant feeling of whimsey in the pastel pictures of this book. The ... Book Review - Night Night Blessings
On 10/8 Nick S. wrote: Recently I came across a book by Ronnie Floyd called Our Last Great Hope. Since there are so few mission themed books out there, I was excited to see that it was a book on the Great Commission. The idea of the Great Commission comes to us out of Matthew 28:19, 20 where Jesus said, “19 Therefore go ... Our Last Great Hope
On 11/30 Nick S. wrote: Seeds of Turmoil by Bryant Wright is a nonfiction book that seeks to explain the reason for the problems in the Middle East today. Wright makes compelling arguments using both the Bible and history to argue that the root of the Muslim, Jewish, Christian problem goes all the way back to Abraham. ... Book Review Seeds of Turmoil
On 9/19 Nick S. wrote: I am not usually a big fan of Lucado, but since I enjoy reading I decided to give Outlive Your Life a try. This book is a reading and study of the book of Acts. I appreciated the short chapters, the stories, and the look at some of the people in the Bible. Max Lucado has a way of ... Outlive Your Life You Were Made to Make a Difference By Max Lucado
On 9/9 Nick S. wrote: The Boy Who Changed the World by Andy Andrews, illustrated by Philip Hurst This is a children's book. The Boy Who Changed the World tells how the lives of several boys have a huge impact on millions of people. These boys lives are intertwined and their impact is dependent on each other. This book ... booksneeze book review