Reviews by sexy_muse
On 4/15 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “ Arcade and the Triple T Token ( The Coin Slot Chronicles” by Rashad Jennings. This book falls in the genre of juvenile and fiction. Meet our main character Arcade Livingston. He is your normal 11-year-old kid. But he has a problem. Well more than one. His family just moved ... Juvenile fiction
On 4/15 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Memory Making Mom: Building Traditions That Breathe Life Into Your Home” by Jessica Smartt. This book falls in the genre of religion, Christian life and family according to the publishers. Meet our mom, Jessica Smartt, a mother of three and popular blogger of blog. “Smartter ... Family
On 3/16 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “I Think You’re Wrong ( But I’m Listening): a guide to grace-filled political conversations by Sarah Stewart Holland and Beth Silvers. This falls in the genre of self-help and communication and social skills according to the publishers. The country has been divided on many ... Politics
On 3/16 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “The Baggage Handler” by David Rawlings. It falls in the genre of fiction according to the publisher of this book. Meet our main characters: Michael, Gillian and David. They are traveling for a try out with a coach at a n university, a wedding and a business presentation. ... The Baggage Handler
On 2/15 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Duck Commander: Happy, Happy, Happy Stories for Kids” by Korie Robertson and Chrys Howard. Illustrated by Holli Conger. This book falls in the genre of juvenile fiction, religious, Christian and virtues and values according to the publisher. Growing up isn’t easy. But having ... Duck Commander
On 2/8 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Better Together:Life Is Best with a Friend Like You” by Zondervan Publishing and with Warren Photographic. The genre according to the publishers are pets and general. This delightful book includes quotes from famous people, celebrities and others from the present and into ... Better Together
On 1/27 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Rewired: An Unlikely Doctor, a Brave Amputee, and the Medical Miracle That Made History” by Dr. Ajay K. Seth. It falls in the genre of biography and autobiography. Meet Melissa Loomis. By all account she is an everyday run of the mill woman. Until the day a raccoon bites ... rewired
On 1/27 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “You’re My Little Sweet Pea” illustrated by Kit Chase. It falls in the genre of board book and children. Little Sweet Pea I love you. From button nose to baby coo. Ears so dainty. Hair that swirls. Around your neck are perfect curls. I see your smile and know your cry. ... Sweet Pea
On 1/14 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Chosen People” by Robert Whitlow. It falls in the genre of fiction. Meet Hana Abboud, a Christian Arab Israeli lawyer who has been trained at Hebrew University. She lives in Atlanta Georgia at the moment at a major law firm. Meanwhile a terrorist attack in Jerusalem happens ... Chosen People
On 1/11 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Stories behind the Great Traditions of Christmas” by Ace Collins. This book falls in the genres of religion, holidays, Christmas and history. Have you ever wondered about the history of Christmas when it comes to the items and traditions that people across the world do? This ... Christmas
On 12/7 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “The Cow said Neigh!(picture book): A Farm Story” by Rory Feek and illustrated by Bruno Robert. This book falls in the genre of juvenile fiction,animals and farm animals. What would do if animals no longer did animal things? There once was a cow who could see a horse. He ... Neigh
On 12/7 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “When Do I Love You?” which is illustrated by Marta Cabrol. This book falls in the genre of juvenile fiction, religious, Christian and family. When do I love you. Little duck? Is it at home? Is it at school? No, it is in a truck. When do I love you, little bear? Is it at grandma’s? ... When Do I Love You?
On 11/28 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Delayed Justice” by Cara Putman. It falls in the genre of fiction and has discussion questions in the back. Meet our main character Jaime Nichols who is criminal divorce lawyer. She now gives voices to her clients which she never had as a child growing up. Her job is to protect ... Delayed Justice
On 11/28 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “White as Silence, Red as Song,” by Alessandro D’Avenia. It falls in the genre of teen, YA and YA romance. I was born on the first day of school, and I grew up and old in just two hundred days . . .” is how this book started which intrigued me. Meet our main character ... White as silence
On 9/28 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is The Hungering Dark: Awakening” by Stephen R. Clark. It falls in the genre of religion and drama. Tad lives with his wife and two children in a small sleepy town. A religious family they are happy. That is until a puzzle box arrives at the home of their friends who have solved ... The Hungering Dark
On 9/7 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Auschwitz Lullaby: A Novel by Mario Escobar. This falls in the genre of WW II and a story based on true events. On any normal day Helene Hannemann is getting her five children ready for school when the German police show up. She is of German decent but her husband’s lineage ... Lullaby
On 8/17 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review I “Boundaries For Your Soul” by Alison Cook,PhD and Kimberly Miller, MTh, LMFT. This fall in the genre of religion, Christian life and personal growth. Does your emotions control you, your life and those around you? A lot of us let guilt, anger, doubt and criticizing ourself ... Boundaries For Your Soul
On 8/17 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “ Big Trucks:Getting the Job Done Together” by Thomas Nelson. This is a touch and feel book. According to the back of this book it falls in the genre of juvenile fiction, religious, Christian values and virtues. Trucks are strong and they are big. Meet Dozer who can shove ... Big trucks
On 7/11 sexy_muse wrote: ← “Unbreakable” “Formula of Deception” → “Dinner For Dinos” Posted on July 6, 2018 by mainemuse The book for review is “Dinner For Dinos: Gulp, Guzzle, Chomp, Chew board book by Ben Whitehouse(Illustrator). According to the back cover this falls in the genres of juvenile fiction, ... Dinner for Dinos
On 7/11 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Formula of Deception” by Carrie Stuart Parks. This book falls in the genre of fiction and action. Meet our main character Murphy Anderson. She is in Kodiak, Alaska. What the town people don’t know this is not her full name and her appearance has been changed on purpose ... Formula of Deception
On 6/21 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Unbreakable” by Sara Ella. It is the third book in this series and falls in the genre of fiction and fantasy. Meet our main character, Eliyana Ember, the queen. She leads the fight against the Void. If she fails her world as she knows it as well as her loved ones will be ... Unbreakable
On 6/21 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Breasts: The owner’s manual” by Dr. Kristi Funk. This book falls in the genre of nonfiction and health. Meet Dr. Kristi Funk a board certified breast cancer surgeon. In this book you will find a wealth of information and if you highlighted it all what you would get is a ... Breast
On 5/25 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Decluttering At the Speed of Life: Winning Your Never-Ending Battle with Stuff” by Dana K. White. This book falls in the genre of House and Home, Cleaning and Organizing. How many of us have a clutter roomed let alone a cluttered house? As someone who has been there and done ... Decluttering At The Speed or Life
On 5/18 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Create!: A Girl’s Guide to DIY, Doodles and Design” by Ashley May. This falls in the genre of craft. This colorful book is filled with 50 different crafts and activities. This book is packed with things to create on your own or with a group of friends. Each activity will ... Create!
On 5/4 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “More Than Just Making it: Hope for the Heart of the Financially Frustrated” by Erin Odom- The Humbled Homemaker. Meet Erin Odom who is a wife and a mother of four. She was raised in a loving and Christian home. Her parents, even though her father was making good money, still ... Erin Odom
On 4/3 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “If I Die:If I Run Series Book 3” by Terri Blackstock- New York Times Bestselling Author. This book falls in the genre of fiction and action. Meet our main character, Casey Cox, who is on the run for murder. Fortunately she has someone in her corner. Dylan Roberts, an investigator ... If I Live
On 4/3 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Reclaiming Shilo Snow” by Mary Weber. This falls in the genres of fiction and fantasy. Meet Sofi Snow, a young teen caught up in an alien world trying to find her brother Shilo. Their own mother gave them up to the Delon’s who are taking cells from children to help save ... Shilo Snow
On 2/15 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “All Things Bright and Strange” by James Markert. This falls in the genre of fiction Growing up he is one of many men from his home town of Bellhaven, South Carolina who fight in World World II. Surviving war, the death of his son, wife and future prospect as a pitcher for ... All Things Bright and Strange
On 2/15 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Faithful Finance: 10 Secrets to Move From Fearful Insecurity to Confident Control” by Emily G. Stroud. This book falls in the genre of religion, Christian life and professional growth. Meet our author, Emily G. Stroud, a financial advisor who has decades of helping people ... Faithful Finance
On 1/27 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review today is Hello Mornings: How To Build A Grace-Filled, Life-Giving Morning Routine” by Kat Lee. This book falls in the genre of religion, Christian life and personal growth. Are your mornings busy? Are you mornings extremely busy? Do you have time to take three minutes to connect ... Hello Mornings
On 1/3 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review today is “ The Crooked Path” by Irma Joubert. This falls in the genre of fiction and romance. Our main character is Lettie who while has friends feels she is less pretty, less rich, less close to this or that friend and well just less of the women in her circle. She has a mad ... The Crooked Path
On 12/15 sexy_muse wrote: The book being reviewed is “Imperfect Justice” by Cara Putman. This falls in the genre of action and drama with a hit of spirituality. Meet our main character, Emilie, a lawyer who fights for the rights of women and children who are in an abusive relationship. It doesn’t make the money she would ... Imperfect Justice
On 12/15 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “A Simplified Life: tactical tools for intentional living” by Emily Ley. This falls in the genre of self-help and home life. Our author, Emily, is a mother of three. Life is hectic enough as it is but with three young children it can be down right chaotic. Emily shares ideas, ... Simplified
On 11/22 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “ Truth Doesn’t Have A Side: My Alarming Discovery about the Danger of Contact Sports” by Dr. Bennet Omalu. This book falls in the genre of sports and recreation and football. Dr. Benet, in the early 2000’s examined the body of Mike Webster, a former football player for ... CTE
On 11/22 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “ They Came For Freedom: The Forgotten, Epic Adventure Of The Pilgrims” by Jay Milbrandt. This book falls in the genre of history, United States and Colonial period. Every year we celebrate the history of the pilgrims in the Americas in November. We know the basics but this ... They came for freedom
On 10/11 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Finding Gobi: The True Story of One Little Dog’s Big Journey” by Dion Leonard. It falls in the genre of juvenile nonfiction, animals and general. Meet our author Dion who is a long distance runner. At the start of the novel the scene is the Gobi Desert in China where the ... Finding Gobi
On 9/22 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Before You Hit Send: Preventing Headache and Heartache” by Emerson Eggerichs, PhD. This falls in the genre of self-help and general. How many times have we texted, tweeted, posted on Facebook or send an email and immediately regretted what we had written? We wish we could ... Before You Hit Send
On 8/24 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Of Mess and Moxie: Wrangling Delight Out of This Wild and Glorious Life” by Jen Hatmaker. This book falls in the genre of non fiction, religion, Christian life and Women’s Issues. Meet our main character Jen Hatmaker, a mother of five and also pastor’s wife. This book ... Of Mess And Moxie
On 7/27 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Real Artists Don’t Starve” by Jeff Goins The phrase or notion that an artist is a starving artist is one we hear almost the minute we enter any field of creativity whether that is writing, music or painting. Inside these pages you will find examples of people who have ... Real Artists Don't Starve
On 6/21 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Seven Money Types: Discover How God Wired You To Handle Money” by Tommy Brown. This book falls in the genre of Business and Economics, personal finances and general. How good are you with your money? Do you have enough to pay the bills with some left over to do what you want ... Seven Money Types
On 5/26 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “The Memory of You” by Catherine West. Tis book falls in the genre of fiction and romance. Meet our main character, Natalie Mitchell, a young woman who lost her twin years ago in her teens. She hasn’t forgotten the lost as she moved on with her life in the city trying to ... The Memory of You
On 4/17 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Zip It: The Keep It Shut 40-Day Challenge by Karen Ehman. It falls in the genre of non fiction and religious. Do you jut blurt out what is on your mind? Do you speak without first thinking on what you are about to say? Does it matter how it will affect the person you will be ... Zp It
On 4/17 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Self Examination” by Thomas Arno. It falls in the genre of non fiction. The author of this book Dr. Tom Arno, will tell you that Marcus Welby is an inaccurate portrayal of today’s physicians when it comes to their attitude. We never see the true side of what it means to ... Self Examination
On 3/10 sexy_muse wrote: The book review for today is “The Lion and the Lamb” by Charles Causey. It falls in the genre of non fiction and historical. This novel falls in the time frame of World War II and the Holocaust. It revolves primarily around two characters. The first is Albert Speer, a Nazi, who is in Hitler’s ... The Lion and the Lamb
On 3/8 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Clash of Kingdoms: What The Bible Says About Russia, Isis, Iran, and the End Times” by Charles Dyer and Mark Tobey with a foreword by Dr. David Jeremiah. According to the back of the book this is the essential guide to what scripture foretells about current events in the ... Clash of Kingdoms
On 2/2 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “ Noah, Noah, What Do You See?” by Bill Martin Jr and Michael Sampson and illustrated by Melissa Iwai. It falls in the genre of Juvenile nonfiction, religion,Bible stories and general. They are also authors of “Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?” and “Chicka Chicka, ... Moah, Noah
On 1/12 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “ The I Factor”:How Building a Great Relationship with Yourself Is the Key to a Happy, Successful Life” by Van Moody who is the author of “The People Factor. This book falls in the genre or religion, Christian life and personal growth. How do you deal with yourself and ... The i Factor
On 1/12 sexy_muse wrote: The book review for today is “Unblemished” by Sara Ella. This book is a YA novel and falls in the genre of supernatural fiction. Meet Eliyana who is our main character. She was born with a birth mark, a blemish if you will, and in her mind she is hideous always trying to hide her appearance. It’s ... Unblemished
On 9/21 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Twilight at Blueberry Barrens: A Sunset Cove novel”by Colleen Coble. This falls in the genre of fiction, mystery and a bit of romance. Meet Kate, a young woman working the family’s blueberry farm In Maine. It is not her ideal job choice but she is bearing the responsibility ... Twilight at Blueberry Barrens
On 9/16 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “5 Minutes with Jesus: A Fresh Infusion of Joy”by Shelia Walsh and with Sherri Gragg. This book falls in the genre of spiritual. How would you describe the joy in your life? Are you generally a happy person or has life dragged you down to where things look bleak?Inside the ... 5 Minutes with Jesus
On 9/7 sexy_muse wrote: The review for today is “Itsy Bitsy Christmas:You’re Never Little For His Love!” by Max Lucado and illustrated by Bruno Merz. Bitsy and Itsy are two small mice who live in the town of Bethlehem. One day the area is very busy with a lot of hustling and bustling. It’s the time for everyone to ... Itsy Bitsy Christmas
On 8/1 sexy_muse wrote: The book or review today is “Vegangelical” by Sarah Withrow King. It falls in the genre of religion, Christian life and general. Our author use to eat meat. Enjoyed it in fact. Until she came to the realization that this was not their purpose, the animals, to be there for us to eat. She is now a ... Vegangelical
On 7/28 sexy_muse wrote: The review for today is “Grieving the Loss of a Loved One” by Kathe Wunnenberg. This book falls in the genre of religion, Christian life, death-grief and bereavement. This book dives into what we can do when we experience a loss. The beginning has a section on where to turn to in the book for certain ... Grieving
On 7/15 sexy_muse wrote: The book for today is “Sister Eve and The Blue Nun: A Divine Private Detective Agency Mystery” by Lynne Hinton. This book falls in the genre of fiction and mystery. This is the third book in this series. Meet Sister Evangeline or Sister Eve as everyone calls her. She is a nun who needs to decide ... Sister Eve And The Blue Nun
On 6/10 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “There Will Be Stars” by Billy Coffey. It falls in the genre of fiction and religion. Meet our main character Bobby Barnes. He is an ex-husband, father of twin boys and a drunk. A happy one at that also. He works better on cars when he is drunk he proclaims. When his boys ... There Will Be Stars
On 6/6 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Read with Me Bible: for Little Ones” by Doris Wynbeek Rikkers and illustrated by Dennis G. Jones. This book falls in the genre of juvenile non-fiction, religious, Bible stories and general, This is a very durable book. The pages are okay for kids to be rough with due to the ... Read with Me Bible
On 5/9 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “ How to Live in Fear: Mastering the Art of Freaking Out” by Lance Haln. It falls in the genre of religion, Christian life and spiritual growth. Lance Haln is the senior pastor of Bridgeway Christian Church in Roseville, California. If anyone would be in master of one’s ... How to Live in Fear
On 5/9 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “ Feisty and Feminine: A Rallying Cry for Conservative Women” by Penny Young Nance. This book falls into the genre of religion, Christian life and women’s issues. CEO and president of Concerned Women for America Penny Young Nance is a conservative Christian woman. In this ... Feisty
On 4/16 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “This Is Awkward” by Sammy Rhodes. It falls in the genre of religion, Christian life and spiritual growth. Sammy Rhodes is a campus minister with Reformed Fellowship at the University of South Carolina. From his life experiences this book came into being. He dives into a variety ... This Is Awkward
On 2/11 sexy_muse wrote: The review for today is “The Newsmakers (A Newsmakers Novel) by Lis Wiehl(author) and Sebastian Stuart( contributor). This fits in the genres of fiction and suspense. Meet our main character Erica Sparks who is an up and rising reporter. From New England she shines until drinking and divorce gets ... The Newsmakers
On 1/28 sexy_muse wrote: The review for today is “Game Over- The Mindware Trilogy Book Three” by Andrew Klavan. Meet our main character Rick Dial. He is the last of the Mind Warriors. A tall order for a young man with a lot of responsibilities on his shoulders. His job is to enter the Realm. This place is a gateway for ... "Game Over"
On 1/14 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “War For The Waking World- Dreamtreaders Book 3 by Wayne Thomas Batson. This book falls in the genre of juvenile fiction, action adventure and fantasy. Meet Archer Keaton, he is a Dreamtreader as well as his eight year old sister. In this volume the dream world and the waking ... War For The Walking Dead
On 1/11 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “ Churchill’s Trial: Winston Churchill and the Salvation of Free Government” by Larry P. Arnn. It falls in the genre of history and general. This book is broken down into three sections that pertains to the trials of this great man’s life. They are entitled War, Empire ... Churchill's Trial
On 12/14 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Whispers in the Reading Room” by Shelley Gray. This book fits in the genre of fiction Meet Lydia Bancroft who is a librarian in Chicago. She loves her jobs, she loves books and is a pretty smart cookie. She lives with her mother in a smaller home since her father has died. ... Whispers in the Reading Room
On 10/27 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Never Said” by Carol Lynch Williams. The genre is YA and teen fiction. Meet twin sisters Annie and Sarah. They just turned 16. Annie is a beauty pageant queen who has been very successful on the circuit. The whole family lives, breaths this doing all they can to help Annie ... Never Said
On 9/30 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “5 Minute Bible Stories” by Gwen Ellis and illustrated by Steve Smallman. The book falls in the genre of juvenile non fiction, religion, Bible stories and general. This book is exactly how the name state. A book about bible stories that take just a few minutes to read. The ... 5 Minute Bible
On 9/30 sexy_muse wrote: The review for today is “Thank You, Lord, For Everything” by P.J. Lyons and illustrated by Tim Warnes. It falls in the genre of juvenile fiction, religious, Christian and Values and Virtues. “Thank You, Lord, For Everything” is a rhyming book. The pages are cardboard. Inside this book you will ... Thank You, Lord, for Everything
On 9/4 sexy_muse wrote: The book review for today is “The Looney Experiment” by Luke Reynolds. It falls into the genre of middle grade fiction. Meet our main character Atticus. A child who is not athletic, not popular or pretty much of anything of importance. His father pressures him into playing baseball. His younger ... The Looney Experiment
On 8/14 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “ Center of Gravity” by Laura McNeill. I would place this book in the genre of drama and mystery Meet Ava Carson, a former school counselor but now a stay at home mom to her young son Sammy and her adopted son Jack. Life is good in her world with a loving husband by her side ... "Center of Gravity"
On 7/7 sexy_muse wrote: The book review for today is “ The Curiosity Keeper” by Sarah E. Ladd. I would place this in the genre of mystery and fiction. Meet Jonathan Gilchchrist, the second born son of the Kettering Hall estate. This suits him fine. He prefers to do what he loves which is apothecary. He is happiest among ... The Curiosity Keeper
On 6/11 sexy_muse wrote: The review for today is “Both of Me” by Jonathan Friesen. Meet Clara, a drifter of sorts. Her father is in jail, her mother working hard in a factory during the day while drinking herself to sleep at night while Clara takes care of her younger siblings. Upon the death of her mom, which causes the ... Both of Me
On 6/11 sexy_muse wrote: The review for today is “The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do” by Jeff Goins. Life is hard and finding where we stand is not always easy. With work, family, children and the world going at the speed of light some days, we may not always see the big picture before ... The Art of Work
On 1/6 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Bonhoeffer Abridged: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet,Spy” by Eric Metaxas This is a story of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, a man who grew up in Germany along with his large family. The Bonhoeffers are well to do and are able to afford their children advantages. However, they are a loving ... Bonhoeffer Abridge
On 10/30 sexy_muse wrote: The book fore review is “The Mess Detectives and The Case of the Lost Temper” by Karen Poth. This is a I Can Read book level 1 which means it involves simple sentences for eager new readers. It has short sentences, familiar words and simple concepts for children who are learning to read on their ... The Mess Detectives and The Case of the Lost Temper
On 8/15 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Vengeance” by Cody Clark. It falls in the genre of spiritual fiction. This short novel is broken up into two plots. One is in heaven while the other on earth. It starts off with a great battle being fought between demons and angels as casualties start to pile up on both sides. ... Vengeance
On 6/3 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Life Behind The Wall” by Robert Elmer. It falls in the genre of juvenile fiction. This novel includes three sections that all interconnect. The first one is entitled “Candy Bomber, the second is “Beetle Bunker” and the last is “Smuggler's Treasure.” The premise ... "Life Behind The Wall"
On 5/6 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “One Realm Beyond” by Donita K. Paul. It falls into the genre of teen fiction and fantasy. Our main character is Cantor D’ ahma. He is a young man who has been groomed by his mentor to be a realm walker. This is someone who can travel between worlds. His job is to protect ... "A Realm Beyond"
On 4/9 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “ Riley Mae and the Rock Shocker Trek” by Jill Osborne. It falls into the genre of juvenile fiction, religious, Christian and general. Riley Mae is your typical 12-year-old girl who loves her family, friends and softball. While at work with her dad she is approached by one ... "Riley Mae and the Rock Shocker Trek"
On 3/20 sexy_muse wrote: The review for today is “Distortion” by Terri Blackstock. The book falls in the genre of fiction, Christian and suspense. Juliet Cole’s husband, Bob, has been murdered in front of her eyes. But why and who would want him dead? Bob is a doctor with ties to the community, the church, and his family. ... Distortion
On 2/27 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Aquifer” by Jonathan Friesen. The genre is teen fiction and it is based in the future. It is the year 2250. You are no longer allowed to feel and any expression of art is not allowed. You could become undone. The world is not as we know it. Water is not as available to the ... Aquifer
On 12/23 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “The Painted Table” by Suzanne Field. It falls in the genre of fiction, Christian and general. The book starts in North Dakota with a large Norwegian family trying to make a living out of the harsh prairie. Knute, the patriarch, is a hard-working man who expects a lot out ... The Painted Table
On 12/5 sexy_muse wrote: The book up for review is “Dateline Jerusalem” by Chris Mitchell. It falls in the genre of religion, Christian life and general. Chris Mitchell is a reporter for CBN News and is stationed in the Middle East. He has lived there long enough t o have first account knowledge of the ups and downs of ... Dateline Jerusalem
On 11/14 sexy_muse wrote: The book review for today is “Dear Mr. Knightley” by Katherine Reay. The genre is fiction, Christian and general. Our main character is Sam who was raised in foster homes until the age of 15 when she arrives at Grace House which is run by Father John. She has had a trouble past and keeps to herself ... Dear Mr. Knightley
On 10/22 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “The Church Builder” by A.L. Shields. It falls into the genres of fiction, Christian and suspense. Over the centuries good versus evil has been fought. Each side believing their right The Garden and the Wilderness are their names with members in high places and very prominent ... The Church Builder
On 7/11 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Biff and Becka’s Stupendous Vacation” by Elaine Beachy. This book is geared for younger children and is geared with a spiritual influence. Biff and Becka are brother and sister. They are also rabbits. Every year their family takes a vacation to the beach. One that involves ... Biff & Becka's Stupendous Vacation
On 7/6 sexy_muse wrote: The book up for review is “American Phoenix” by Jane Hampton Cook. This is a heavy book in page count and content. It is a story about Louisa Adam and John Quincy Adams. It takes place prior to him becoming president of the United States of America. The story starts off with JQA being disgraced ... American Phoenix
On 4/28 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Is College Worth It?” by William J. Bennett. It falls in the genre of general and political science The author dives into the cost of going to college in this day and age. How the cost of rising tuitions is related to the higher debts students are incurring. When a student ... "Is College Worth It?"
On 4/15 sexy_muse wrote: This book falls into the genre of religion, Christian life and personal growth. The basis of this book is how we are all interconnected to each other by the good and bad choices we make. Mr. Brauns calls it the principle of the rope. While a lot of us feel that our choices is what propel us to where ... Bound Together
On 4/3 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Domination” by Jon S. Lewis. This novel falls in the genre of juvenile fiction, science fiction and general and is third in this series. The premise is Earth is getting ready for a future attack from invaders named the Thule. Our hero is a 16-year-old boy named Colt who is ... Domination
On 3/22 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is ‘Love No Matter What” by Brenda Garrison This novel falls into the genre of family and relationships, parenting and general. What you will find inside are ways to love your child no matter what. Let’s face it being a parent is not easy and our kids do not always follow ... Love No Matter What
On 3/3 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “The Sky Beneath My Feet” by Lisa Samson. It falls into the genre of fiction,Christian and general. The main character is Beth who is married with two sons. Her husband Rick who is a men’s pastor at their church gets offered a new job. The family would have to move but ... The Sky Beneath My Feet
On 1/30 sexy_muse wrote: The review for today is “More Than A Bucket List” by Toni Birdsong Every one is familiar with the term Bucket List. On there you place things you want to do in life before you die. This little book is just that. It mentions out of the mind amazing things to try to things you can do in your own own. ... "More Than A Bucket List"
On 1/7 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Dirty God” by Johnnie Moore. This book falls into the genre of religion, Christian life and spiritual growth. I found this book to be truly incredible and it came at a time in my life where I had the same questions that were asked in this novel. Johnnie lays out the content ... Dirty God
On 12/22 sexy_muse wrote: The book up for review is " 20,000 Days And Counting" by Robert D. Smith. This book falls into the category of self-help,personal growth and general. When I requested this book it was noted that it can be read in one hour. They were right. The author one day realized he had been alive 20,000 days. ... 20,000 Days And Counting
On 11/30 sexy_muse wrote: The book up for review is “Chocolate-Covered Baloney(The Confessions of April Grace” by KD McCrite. It revolves around the main character April Grace who lives with her youngest baby brother Eli, her oldest sister Myra and their parents. The setting is in the 80ties so there is a lot of reference ... "Chocolate-Covered Baloney"
On 11/26 sexy_muse wrote: The book fore review is “ What On Earth Am I Here For?” by Rick Warren. The genre for this book is in the category of religion, Christian life and spiritual growth. This book if you want to do it successfully it is suggested you do one chapter a day. During that day one reflects on the message ... "What On Earth Am I Here For?"
On 11/2 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Soul’s Gate” by James L. Rubart. This book is in the genre of fiction/Christian/General. It is based on being able to travel inside another person’s soul in the spiritual sense. Meet Reece Roth the tour guide to a group of three, two men and one woman who will show these ... "Soul's Gate"
On 10/18 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “The Anger Workbook” by Les Carter, Ph.D. And Frank Minirth, M.D. This workbook has many layers to it. It starts off with how to identify one’s anger. It continues in saying how anger thrives on unmet needs and it is also created by other emotions. It includes methods in ... "The Anger Workbook"
On 10/5 sexy_muse wrote: The book up for review is “Wisdom Meets Passion” by Dan Miller. This book is broken down to show readers how to use your skills, personalities and passion to give you a sense of meaning for your life. It is not just about going to college, going into debt, graduating and finding that amazing job ... Wisdom Meet Passions
On 9/24 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “The Reason” by William Sirls This is a hard book to review for me. I don’t care what genre or age group the novel is for it needs a hook on the first page. By the end of chapter three I still had not found it. I had no reason to keep on reading it if it was not for the ... "The Reason"
On 9/7 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “The River” by Michael Neale This book is one of fiction that has a touch of religious overtones to it. It is about a young boy who loses his father to the river. At the tender age of five he watches him fall to never return. The trauma of viewing this is inside him as a child ... The River
On 8/24 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Cruel Harvest” by Fran Grubb. This is a book about abuse and cruelty within a family at the hands of the patriarch. It starts off with a family of seven, five children and the parents who are migrant workers. They criss cross the US finding work where it can be found. The ... Cruel Harvest
On 7/12 sexy_muse wrote: The main character in this book is Lopez Lomong. One of the many athletes who represents the US in the Olympics. Lopez is one of the “ lost boys” of Sudan. Raised in this region that has been plagued by war, famine and poverty our young man lives on hope and the love of his family. While in America ... "Running For My Life"
On 6/27 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Through Rushing Water” by Catherine Richmond. This book is set in the 1870’s in the Dakota Territory. A young woman by the name of Sophia leaves the comfort of home to make her way as a missionary for the Ponca Indians. She did have help. The man who she had planned on ... "Through Rushing Water"
On 6/1 sexy_muse wrote: The book up for review is “Hope Springs” by Kim Cash Tate The book is based on a family whose roots are in Hope Springs, North Carolina. The family lives all over but the matriarch, Grandma Geri, is based there. When she becomes sick the family pulls together to help take care of her, some rearranging ... "Hope Springs"
On 5/3 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Simply Grilling 105 Recipes for Quick and Casual Grilling” by Jennifer Chandler. It is rare I review cookbooks but am glad I took a chance on this one. The photography in this book is amazing almost good enough to eat off the page. Majority of people love to grill, whether ... Simply Grilling
On 4/16 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “A Shot Of Faith To The Head” by Mitch Stokes, PhD This book is divided into three sections. The first being “ Belief In God Is Irrational”. It breaks it up into those who say there is not enough evidence to believe in God. Of course with books of this topic one can almost ... "A Shot Of Faith To The Head"
On 3/30 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Crater” by Homer Hickam. The genre for this book is juvenile fiction. The time frame is the distant future to a colony that is living on the Moon. They are miners of Helium-3 which is a form of energy that is sent back to Earth. At this time our home planet has been devastated ... "Crater"
On 3/21 sexy_muse wrote: The book to be reviewed is “The House On the Corner” by Michael Rains This book was really confusing for me. The list of characters seemed endless and if I did not write them down I would lose track of who was who. I am curious what is the age group for this book. I know as an adult what kids accept ... The House On the Corner
On 3/16 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “The Founders’ Key: The Divine and Natural Connection Between the Declaration and the Constitution and What We Risk By Losing It” by Larry P. Arnn This book is divided into two parts. The first is “The Argument” while the second is “ Foundational Readings”. The ... "The Founders' Key
On 2/24 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “ The Coming Revolution: Signs From Americ’a Past That Signal Our Nation’s Future” by Dr. Richard G. Lee. This is an intense book, one can not just skim through it and expect to give an honest review. The first half of this book talks about America’s history pertaining ... "The Coming Revolution"
On 1/31 sexy_muse wrote: The main reason I read this book is due to the review that was require of me for receiving this book for free. Otherwise I would have stopped after Chapter 1 This was a hard book to read due to the dry material that was placed in between the binders Trying to explain humor like this author did is like ... "Surprised By Laughter"
On 1/3 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “ Real Marriage: The Truth About Sex, Friendship and Life Together” by Mark and Grace Driscoll. Pastor Mark and his wife Grace share their experiences with their marriages as they talk about the ups and downs that plagued them. It is not a guide per say like other books that ... "Real Marriage: The Truth About Sex, Friendship and Life Together"
On 11/28 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “The Future Door” by Jason Lethcoe This is the 2nd book in a series by this author. Even though I have not read the first one I was able to read along and not be lost with any of the details. The book is about a 12 year old boy who uses his attention to detail and conclusive ... "The Future Door"
On 10/26 sexy_muse wrote: The book up for review is “ Heaven is for Real for kids” as told by Colton Burpo to his parents Todd and Sonja Burpo. It has a simple yet powerful message. The young boy in the story went to heaven and came back. What he encountered during that journey is laid out in this book. Colton learned ... "Heaven is for Real for kids"
On 10/18 sexy_muse wrote: This book is about a couple named Jade and Max who are happily married even with the ups and downs of marriage. That all changes when Jade finds out Max had a one night stand with his ex-fiancée Rice a week before he was to marry Jade. To make matters worse, Rice becomes pregnant and chooses to raise ... "Softly and Tenderly"
On 10/6 sexy_muse wrote: This book just continued the notion that it is possible to have great children books in ebook form. The illustrations were darling and just right for the age group. If a child just wanted to look at the pictures as the parent read to them, it would keep their attention. The words were the right tone ... "Night Night Blessings"
On 10/4 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Gabby, God’s Little Angel” by Sheila Walsh. This is a dear little book for the younger readers. It is about an angel named Gabby who gets her first assignment to watch over her charge Sophia who is a young child on Earth. While Sophia is riding her horse, Gabby makes sure ... "Gabby, God's Little Angel"
On 10/3 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is "Thank You, God, For Blessing Me" by Max Lucado The main reason I picked up this book was I wanted to see a children's book in e form. I always wondered how it could be done and still enjoyable for children. It did not hurt that the author was Mr. Lucado who I have read many times ... "Thank You, God, For Blessing Me"
On 9/25 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is ” Ascent From Darkness” by Michael Leehan This book is based on the author’s depth into the world of Satanism. Michael was an every day man with a college degree, wife and children. The breakdown of the marriage was just one nail that drove him to look for a way out. It ... Ascent From Darkness
On 9/3 sexy_muse wrote: The book up for review is “ Right from the Heart” by Bryant Wright. This is a devotional book that lays out inspiration on a daily basis for one year. Each entry has a topic that it will be discussing followed by a scripture that is in sync with the topic. A short paragraph ensues that goes into ... "Right from the Heart"
On 8/5 sexy_muse wrote: I am reviewing " Stumbling Into Grace" by Lisa Harper This is a devotional book. I was not familiar with this author prior to this book- but wow. I have read quite a few devotional books geared toward women, this one nailed it. It was simple, to the facts and written in a way that was soothing and ... "Stumbling Into Grace"
On 7/25 sexy_muse wrote: I wish I could give this book more than 5 stars. I simply loved this book-read it in one day. The author hooked us from the start. The story is about a lawyer, Alexia Lindale, who is defending a young woman who is guilty of killing her husband. However, Lindale does now have that knowledge, the audience ... "Life Support" by Robert Whitlow
On 7/13 sexy_muse wrote: The book up for review is “Surviving Your Serengeti” by Stefan Swanepoel According to the cover this book made the New York Times Bestseller List. I am not sure why. The only redeeming quality about this read was the fact I didn’t have to actually pay for it. My main problem with the book was ... Surviving Your Serengeti
On 6/17 sexy_muse wrote: ← “The Seraph Seal” by Leonard Sweet and Lori Wagner “The Waiting Place” by Eileen Button Posted on June 17, 2011 by mainemuse I am reviewing “The Waiting Place” by Eileen Button. It’s a collection of stories from the author’s life. Each story introduces a character that the author ... The Waiting Place
On 5/31 sexy_muse wrote: I am reviewing "The Seraph Seal" by Leonard Sweet and Lori Wagner. This book made me think a lot of Dan Brown's "Da Vinci Code". It is similar with it having a religious basis to the plot. The main characters are finding clues along the way, while some clues are given to them mysteriously. There are ... The Seraph Seal
On 5/17 sexy_muse wrote: This is a must book to read if you are an unpublished writer. I have completed my first book and was uncertain how ready it was. This book showed me how I was not. It breaks down the book into 6 components.There are four elemental competencies which include concept, character, and story(plot). There ... Story Engineering
On 4/23 sexy_muse wrote: This review is on the book ” Jolt” by Phil Cooke This book came at the right time for me. Mr Cooke point of this book was to give people a jolt with their lives. It is divided in sections. The first is to jolt your direction. How to rethink your idea of change, rethink how you do things, why you ... Jolt
On 3/28 sexy_muse wrote: I am reviewing " The Fight Of Our Lives" by William J. Bennett and Seth Leibsohn. This book made me pause numerous times as it was being read. It is about how politically correct we have become when it comes to radical Islam. The two authors are clear in how they feel Islam is taking advantage of the ... The Fight Of Our Lives
On 3/4 sexy_muse wrote: It is based on 55 common questions that people might have concerning the world, God and his viewpoint on them. Each chapter is based on a separate issue. The question is listed and then the author speaks using scriptures and also what would God and Jesus say in this situation I for one find it odd and ... A Conversation with God for Women
On 2/9 sexy_muse wrote: This book is based on spiritual pilgrimage. It could be to the Holy Land or it could be any place where one gets growth, one gets answers, one learns about themselves in a way that is different from when they first started. The point of a pilgrimage is to move. We as humans are not meant to be stationary. ... The Sacred Journey
On 1/31 sexy_muse wrote: The book is a ten week bible study program. In it the author talks about changing your view point on your own life story. How our lives is a book, a story to tell , to be told by us and read by others. How we tend to be stuck in a story like setting in our lives. Some people stay in this funk never venturing ... Same Life, New Story
On 1/18 sexy_muse wrote: The book being reviewed is "Finding Our Way Again" by Brian Mclaren. This was a rough read for me because many times while reading it I would find my mind would wandering off. The author brings forward many good points thoughout his book and if you are one who has strayed from your faith and you are ... "Finding Our Way Again"
On 1/6 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is ” In Constant Prayer” by R. Benson. As a Catholic and wanting to learn more about praying, I thought this book would be a good research of information. The author does state repeatedly he is not a professional, not a member of the clergy but in fact a poet and this book is ... "In Constant Prayer"
On 12/21 sexy_muse wrote: I reviewed the book “Invasion” by Jon S. Lewis. This book was a quick and yet exciting read. It showed that books have no age and even though I am not a juvenile throughly enjoyed this book. If you like outer space and alien genre books this is the book for you.It is about a young man named Colt ... "Invasion"
On 12/9 sexy_muse wrote: The theme of the novel is the roots of the Middle East crisis from a biblical point of view. It shows how it all started back in bible time. It showed how it started with Abraham and his two sons, Ishmael and Isaac. Abraham’s first wife Sarah due to being barren told him to conceive through her hand ... Seeds of Turmoil
On 11/16 sexy_muse wrote: Even though I am not a tweet or tween I fell in love with this book. The characters where wholesome and genuine. The book was a fast read for any age group. The book was about a young amish teenager who was not your every day amish teenager. It all starts when her cousin comes to visit not for a few ... The Secrets Beneath
On 11/3 sexy_muse wrote: I am a fan of Max Lucado and once again he does not disappoint. In today's chaotic world this book brings serenity to one's mind and soul. The book flows well and is an easy and quick read though one can take the chapters one per day and enjoy the message inside. The back of the book has discussion questions ... Outlive Your Life
On 10/9 sexy_muse wrote: 4.0 out of 5 stars Illegals-The Unacceptable Cost of America's Failure to Control its Borders, October 8, 2010 By Muse - See all my reviews This review is from: Illegals: The Unacceptable Cost of America's Failure to Control Its Borders (Paperback) The author is clear in his opinion on what should ... Illegals: The Unacceptable Cost of America's Failure to Control Its Borders (Paperback)