Reviews by cynkeys
On 1/18 cynkeys wrote: I specifically chose this book to read and review as a part of the Booksneeze community because I thought it would be a great way to refocus for the new year. Courtney Joseph delivers an easy read and an encouragement to women to get back to the basics and to fill their lives with the priorities each ... Women Living Well challenges your priorities
On 12/9 cynkeys wrote: We all desire a glimpse of hope especially during the Christmas season. Max Lucado shares a story of hope in "The Christmas Candle" that warms the heart and soul. The legend of a candle that is touched by an angel every twenty five years is received with skepticism by the new minister, David Richmond, ... "The Christmas Candle" shines bright
On 12/6 cynkeys wrote: I was introduced to this author, G.K. Chesterton, while living in NYC a few years ago and fell in love with his ability to say the profound in a few, well chosen words. For me, this book is a great collection of some of his most famous sayings and pearls of wisdom. The Quotable Chesterton: The Wit ... For Chesterton fans everywhere
On 1/3 cynkeys wrote: Deborah Norville tackles a huge issue in our society that she believe is disappearing from our fabric as people - respect. She uses humor, fact, and great stories to help us understand how respect is one of the most valuable character qualities that we can exhibit as people. Deborah says that "The Power ... A MUST READ for anyone who interacts with the human race!
On 9/29 cynkeys wrote: es, that is the correct title. If you read the first book, Same Kind of Different as Me, then it makes sense. The saying goes. "You will be the same person in five years as you are today except for the people you meet and the books you read." (attributed to Charles Jones) Same Kind of Different as Me ... My Review of What Difference Do it Make?
On 9/8 cynkeys wrote: The timing of this book could not be more perfect. In a way that only Max Lucado can, he carefully weaves Scriptural truths into the most current of situations that we are all facing right now. Fearless goes to the heart of an issue that is paralyzing our culture and the church today...we are afraid. ... My Review of "Fearless" by Max Lucado
On 8/24 cynkeys wrote: What better way to tell the story of your life than on a road trip? That is what Ken does with such beautiful language - weaving personal stories into the physical landscape that is our beautiful nation. As he and his wife Connie leave their home in Bodega Bay in a they call "MOSES", they take a physical ... My Review of Between Wyomings by Ken Mansfield