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Learning to Read Curriculum Reviews

March 11, 2016

As a homeschool mom, teaching my children to read is an essential responsibility of mine. I have two daughters, one who is now 8, reads fluently, and can occasionally be spotted with an encyclopedia in her lap. My other daughter is 6, and while she’s not reading fluently yet, she’s getting there. On this...

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Beat that Kid in Chess!

March 1, 2016

I received this book for review at the end of October and have been using it with my daughter (now 8 ) to help her improve her chess ability. We have enjoyed this book and the lessons have been helpful. For beginning chess players...

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Game Review: Dozen Doubloons

October 8, 2015

Dozen Doubloons Website Dozen Doubloons is a pirate-themed card game for 1-4 players. As the name suggests, there are doubloons involved, and the number 12 is important. The first player to collect a dozen doubloons is the winner. This game is attractively packaged and...

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Marriage on the Mend: Healing Your Relationship after Crisis, Separation, or Divorce

July 9, 2015

As the title suggests, this book is about healing a marital relationship, and it’s written by a married couple who’s been there before. Clint and Penny Bragg were divorced...

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Brave Girls: Better than Perfect

July 2, 2015

This small paperback book is a 90 day devotional for girls ages 7-10. My 7 year-old daughter showed an interest in it the day it arrived, and I agreed...

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Current Kickstarters

June 23, 2015

It’s been over two years since I’ve done one of these posts! But this week two projects on Kickstarter have come to my attention that I’d like to highlight....

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The Boring Story

April 27, 2015

While going through a box of papers from high school (yeah I still have some of those!) I found this story which was apparently written in round robin format....

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She Calls Me Daddy

April 23, 2015

The first thing that stood out to me about this book was the author’s delightful writing style. This book had me interested by page one, laughing by page three,...

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The Single Dad Detour

April 16, 2015

As a single mother, I thought this book might be of some interest to me, despite that the book is obviously directed at men. I think it’s great to...

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For the Right Reasons

April 2, 2015

Before reading this book I’d never heard of Sean Lowe and I’d never seen an episode of The Bachelor (still haven’t). The reason I requested this book was primarily...

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Yearning – a First to Dance prequel

March 17, 2015

Last year I published First to Dance, a science fiction novel I started writing in high school. After taking some time to finish my Fairy Tales Retold series, I’m...

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Confessions of a Sociopath

March 12, 2015

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest review, and that’s basically the only reason I finished reading it. Had I picked this up...

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Doodle Journal Series

March 10, 2015
Doodle Journal Series

Like several of my books, the doodle journal was born out of necessity. See, when I take notes at church, I have a tendency to doodle while I’m listening,...

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Treasury – Fairy Tales Retold

February 11, 2015

The complete collection of my Fairy Tales Retold series is finally available on Kindle! Treasury – Fairy Tales Retold includes all eight of my fairy tale novellas. The price...

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The Ultimate Guide to the Daniel Fast

January 27, 2015

I had a few reasons for wanting to read this book, but my primary reason was to get the recipes. I am gradually attempting to eliminate processed foods from...

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Messy Beautiful Love

November 13, 2014

Messy Beautiful Love is a marriage book for Christian women who want to learn how to improve their marriage by becoming a better wife. What I liked: This book...

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Disparity – a Rumplestiltskin story

October 2, 2014

King Cameron regrets the decision he made when Marvin Bellemont declared his daughter could spin straw into gold, but if he goes back on his decision he fears he...

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Vanity – a Snow White story

September 29, 2014

Vanity is the story of one young woman’s ascent to the throne. Cassius has been desperate her entire life to hear that she’s beautiful, and when the king takes...

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