Reviews by adventures...everyday
On 7/31 adventures...everyday wrote: I adore Lisa's writing style. She's a witty, clever storyteller who can intertwine life-impacting statements that make you really think without being overbearing, rude or a -know-it-all. The pages turned so quickly as I read, laughed and pondered, I wished there were more Lisa to read. Her ability ... Five Star Read!
On 7/22 adventures...everyday wrote: I recently received Regret Free Parenting: Raise Good Kids and Know You're Doing it Right by Catherine Hickem. The book was well-written and easy and quick to read. However, I did not enjoy it. The overall concept of the book is an excellent one - be intentional in the raising of your children. ... A Parenting Book Miss
On 1/27 adventures...everyday wrote: This devotional was steeped in truth and rich in the Word (as I would expect nothing less from Graham). This would be a wonderful addition to any devotional library. Each day was brief, no more than a page and a half, it was easy to read. Unto the Hills would be particularly wonderful for the person ... Quick Yet Powerful Devotional
On 10/6 adventures...everyday wrote: Overall, I didn't enjoy this book. I just didn't connect with the topic and the manner in which Lisa wrote about it. I found the chapters to be disconnected and the flow to be jumpy and haphazard. Lisa included many personal letters and emails written by her to friends and by her friends to her. ... Friendship for Grown-ups
On 4/3 adventures...everyday wrote: I was incredibly disappointed in Lucille O'Neal's book, Walk Like You Have Somewhere to Go. I was really looking forward to an inspirational story. Her less-than detailed recap of her life from childhood to adulthood was like wandering aimlessly on a path with little direction of where she was taking ... Walk Like You Have Somewhere to Go gets 1 Star
On 3/6 adventures...everyday wrote: I liked this book very much! It unveiled areas in my own life where I easily trust God with everything and, perhaps more importantly, those areas where I do not. And it reminded me that, no matter what, God is faithful. The content of the book was excellent, generating many instances of personal reflection. ... 4 out 5 stars for Sheila Walsh's new book