Wednesday, 29 June 2011

A Bridge to a Distant Star ~ Review

This week, the
Christian Fiction Blog Alliance
is introducing
Bridge to a Distant Star
David C. Cook; New edition (June 1, 2011)
Carolyn Williford


Carolyn Williford has authored seven books, including Jordan's Bend, Devotions for Families That Can't Sit Still, and Faith Tango, as well as numerous articles. She and her husband, Craig, live in Deerfield, Illinois, where he serves as president of Trinity International University. They have two children and four grandchildren.


It All Comes Tumbling Down

As a storm rages in the night, unwary drivers venture onto Tampa Bay’s most renowned bridge. No one sees the danger ahead. No one notices the jagged gap hidden by the darkness and rain. Yet when the bridge collapses vehicles careen into the churning waters of the bay below.

In that one catastrophic moment, three powerful stories converge: a family ravaged by their child’s heartbreaking news, a marriage threatened by its own facade, and a college student burdened by self doubt. As each story unfolds, the characters move steadily closer to that fateful moment on the bridge. And while each character searches for grace, the storms in their lives loom as large as the storm that awaits them above the bay.

When these characters intersect in Carolyn Williford’s gripping and moving volume of three novellas, they also collide with the transforming truth of Christ: Deny yourself, take up your cross, and follow me.

If you would like to read the first chapter of Bridge to a Distant Star, go HERE.

My Review:

In May of 1980, one of the worst bridge disasters known in History, the Sunshine Skyway Bridge in Tampa Florida collapsed. Author Carolyn Williford has written a fictional novel of 3 families and the tragic events that led to this day.

Carolyn introduces us to each family and shares their struggles, 1 Novella at a time. As they face the challenges presented, their faith is tested as well as their relationships. As each page is turned, I found myself so emotionally connected with each one of them. This is a book that definitely reminds us to take each and every day as the gift that it is. Never taking things for granted.

I HIGHLY recommend A Bridge to a Distant Star! An Absolute 5 ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥'s

Thank you CFBA for yet another amazing book! I received this book complimentary in exchange for my honest review.

Tuesday, 28 June 2011

2011 Faith Hope Love Inspirational Readers Choice Award Winners Announced

Carla Stewart is a Fellow Okie, and an AWESOME Author. Her latest book "Broken Wings" was just released in early June. Her Debut novel Chasing Lilacs is one of the Winners choice awards! Congrats Carla and to all the others! I have read and reviewed quite a few of these titles here @ HeartofaBookWorm and am so happy to see them win !!

2011 Faith-Hope-Love Inspirational Reader's Choice Award Winners
Today at their annual meeting, the Faith-Hope-Love Chapter of RWA announced the 2011 Inspirational Reader’s Choice Award Winners.

Women’s Fiction
1) Plain Paradise by Beth Wiseman (Thomas Nelson)

2) Chasing Lilacs by Carla Stewart (FaithWords)

3) The House on Sugar Plum Lane by Judy Duarte (Kensington)

Long Contemporary
1) Crossing Oceans by Gina Holmes (Tyndale)

2) Love Finds You in Sugarcreek, Ohio by Serena Miller (Summerside)

3) The Six-Liter Club by Harry Kraus (Howard)

Short Contemporary

1) White Roses by Shannon Taylor Vannatter (Barbour – Heartsong Presents)

2) Rodeo Redemption by Teri Wilson (White Rose)

3) Tender Mercies by Mary Manners (White Rose)

Long Historical
1) The Preacher’s Bride by Jody Hedlund (Bethany House)

2) A Memory Between Us by Sarah Sundin (Revell)

3) Abbie Ann by Sharlene MacLaren (Whitaker House)

Short Historical

1) A Matter of Character by Robin Lee Hatcher (Zondervan)

2) Walker’s Wedding by Lori Copeland (Harvest)

3) The Substitute Bride by Janet Dean (Steeple Hill)

Romantic Suspense

1) Too Close to Home by Lynette Eason (Revell)

2) Forget Me Not by Vicki Hinze (Waterbrook)

3) Nightshade by Ronie Kendig (Barbour)


1) Once Upon a Christmas Eve by Anita Higman (Summerside)

2) A Bodine Family Christmas by Marta Perry (Steeple Hill)

3) The Snowflake by Jamie Carie (Broadman and Holman)

Congrats to each one of you! Thank you for sharing your gift of writing with all of us!

Sunday, 26 June 2011

What I'm Reading this week

Sheila from BookJourney
hosts Monday's "What are you reading?" each week. It is a great way to see soo many great books! So if you would like to join in please do, or just go visit Sheila and you can check out all the books being read this week.

Here is what is on my list:

This is one I am soo looking forward to! Here is the book info:

Carrie's seaside cafe is populated with a motley crew of locals---but she only has eyes for widower Greg Barnes. Unfortunately, he keeps himself at a distance---until one of Carrie's employees is murdered and another disappears. Now Carrie and Greg are united in a race against time. Can they avert another tragedy?

This is my first time to read Michelle Stimpson but the storyline sounds excellent! Review will be July 13th

This is book 1 in the "Seasons of the Heart" series! I am excited to begin this one as well!

This book has been excellent so far! I will share my review on Tuesday. Based on the true events of the Sunshine Skyway Bridge collapsing in Florida in May of 1990. Carolyn Williford shares how 3 families deal with this tragic event. This book has proved hard to put down!

What about you? What are you reading this week?

Friday, 24 June 2011

Double Take ~ Review

Young Socialite Switches Places with Amish Girl to Escape Manhattan Scene!
“Why does everything have to be so complicated?” Madison shook her Blackberry at her mom…
“I’m sick of it…I can’t take it anymore…”
Anna Fisher was bored. But she knew better than to say that out loud – especially when everyone was busy with farming and fixing and all the additional chores that came with springtime.

Bestselling author Melody Carlson takes readers into the worlds of a socialite and an Amish girl struggling with who they are in Double Take (ISBN: 978-0-8007-1964-7, June 2011, $9.99). Have you ever wondered what would happen if you could switch your life with someone else for just one day? Readers will live the one-week experiences of a bored Amish girl and stressed out socialite when they decide to switch places in Double Take.
Spring break has arrived. It’s her senior year, and Madison VanBuren is fed up with her surroundings and the pressures of life. Stressed out over choosing an Ivy League school that will please her parents, their marital problems, and her boyfriend's pressure, Madison gets in her car and drives west.
Meanwhile, eighteen-year-old Anna Fisher wants to escape the so-called simple life--which for her consists of caring for younger siblings, sewing, cooking, and gardening--and she's well aware that her future will simply be more of the same with a man she doesn't love.
Madison and Anna stumble into each other in a small town. Realizing their looks are uncannily similar, they both think their lives are boring. Thinking the grass is greener on the other side, they make a decision that will transform them forever and switch lives for one week.
Readers will love this funny and provocative tale of switching places from bestselling author Melody Carlson. As they get a glimpse and understanding of these two very different worlds. They may find themselves happy to be just who they are, and where they are.

Melody Carlson is the award-winning author of over two hundred books, several of them Christmas novellas from Revell, including her much-loved and bestselling books, Christmas at Harrington’s and The Christmas Bus. She also writes many teen books, including Just Another Girl, Anything but Normal, the Diary of a Teenage Girl series, the TrueColors series, and the Carter House Girls series. Melody was nominated for a Romantic Times Career Achievement Award in the inspirational market for her books, including the Diary of a Teenage Girl series and several books which are being considered for TV movies. She and her husband serve on the Young Life adult committee in central Oregon.

Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group, offers practical books that bring the Christian faith to everyday life.  They publish resources from a variety of well-known brands and authors, including their partnership with MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) and Hungry Planet.


My Review:

What a cute book "Double Take" is!!! It's for the Young Adult group and would be great for those around 12-16 yrs. of age. The message is awesome especially in todays age. How many times have we looked at someone's life and think they have it all together? Madison and Anna meet and make a decision to "switch" their lives. As the girls spend time living the life of one another, they both realize it isn't all they thought it would be.

Melody Carlson does an excellent job with this story. Great lessons scattered in along the way and most definitely will have you thinking! This is a quick and fun read and one I would recommend for sure!

Thank you Revell, a Division of Baker Publishing for allowing me this opportunity in exchange for my honest review!

Happy Reading!

Wednesday, 22 June 2011

She Makes it Look Easy ~

This week, the
Christian Fiction Blog Alliance
is introducing
She Makes It Look Easy
David C. Cook (June 1, 2011)
Marybeth Whalen


Marybeth Whalen is the wife of Curt and mom of six children. The family lives outside Charlotte, NC. Marybeth is a member of the Proverbs 31 Ministries writing team and a regular contributor to their daily devotions. Her first novel,The Mailbox was released in June 2010. Her next novel, She Makes It Look Easy, will be released in June 2011. Additionally, she serves as director of She Reads, Proverbs 31 Ministries' fiction division.


Ariel Baxter has just moved into the neighborhood of her dreams. The chaos of domestic life and the loneliness of motherhood, however, moved with her. Then she meets her neighbor, Justine Miller. Justine ushers Ariel into a world of clutter-free houses, fresh-baked bread, homemade crafts, neighborhood play dates, and organization techniques designed to make marriage better and parenting manageable.

Soon Ariel realizes there is hope for peace, friendship, and clean kitchen counters. But when rumors start to circulate about Justine’s real home life, Ariel must choose whether to believe the best about the friend she admires or consider the possibility that “perfection” isn’t always what it seems to be.

If you would like to read an excerpt of She Makes It Look Easy, go HERE.

My Review:

How many times have we found ourselves admiring the life of those that we "THINK" has it all! Only to find out, it is not at all what it seems! In "She makes it look easy" author MaryBeth Whalen, does a phenomenal job of sharing the story of Ariel and Justine and the mistake it is to allow envy into your heart and mind.

I give "She Makes it Look Easy" 4 ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥'s

Thankyou CFBA for allowing me this complimentary book in exchange for my honest review.

Happy Reading!

Monday, 20 June 2011

Winning Him Without Words ~ Review

This week, the
Christian Fiction Blog Alliance
is introducing
Winning Him Without Words
Regal (February 15, 2011)
Lynn Donovan & Dineen Miller


Lynn Donovan

Verse: John 15:5 Apart from Me you can do nothing.

Tagline: Challenging Women to Live in Truth

A passionate writer and speaker, Lynn is a woman who presents a compelling message to encourage women to thrive in their marriage. She speaks at events nationwide where she challenges the myths women believe about love, pointing them to life-changing freedom through a relationship with Jesus. She reveals the zany yet meaningful stories of marriage challenges, truths, and triumphs in her life and invites women to share her view from her front row seat to an amazing journey; life lived for Christ.

Married since 1992 to her best friend and biggest enthusiast, Mike, she lives in Temecula, California. They have a son and a daughter and a wacky dog named Peanut. She loves to laugh, enjoys a strong cup of coffee and Fantasy Football and not necessarily in that order.

She lives each day in awe of the grace of God in her ordinary life.

Dineen Miller

Verse: Romans 8:28 And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.

Tagline: Igniting the Soul

Dineen readily admits that one of the greatest lessons she’s learning about life is that there’s purpose in our trials. And it’s all about trusting God and putting our hope in Him. Her favorite stories will always be of the miracles God has wrought in the lives of her family.

Through this lens she also believes her years as a youth counselor, a Stephen Minister, a women’s ministry leader, and a small group leader have prepared her for God’s calling on her life—to write for and speak to those in mismatched marriages like hers.

In addition to writing for Spiritually Unequal Marriage, Dineen writes for Laced with Grace and various other fiction online magazines and newsletters. She’s also won several prestigious awards for her fiction, and her devotional writing has been featured in Our Journey and Christian Women Online Magazine.

Married for 23 years to a guy who keeps her young, she lives in the Bay Area with her husband, two precious daughters, and their dog Shasta, who no doubt is an angel in disguise.


Week after week, they sit in church . . . alone. They are the spiritually mismatched, those who are committed to a spouse who does not share their faith. Feeling abandoned by their spouse and forgotten by their church, they live out their faith in survival mode, guarding the spiritual flame yet never feeling free to share it. But God wants them to thrive—not just survive.

Winning Him Without Words presents 10 Christ centered keys to thriving in a spiritual mismatch. Readers are encouraged to commit to Christian community, to release their spouse to God’s capable hands, to find peace in their relationships with Christ and with their spouse, to continue their pursuit of a growing faith and to love their spouse with fresh enthusiasm. God wants every marriage to exude peace and love, and Winning Him Without Words empowers readers to create that environment in their homes and thrive as God works.

Watch their book video:

If you would like to read a sample chapter of Winning Him Without Words, go HERE.

My Review:

Having followed their blog for quite some time, I knew their book would be as anointed as their daily posts. I have a huge heart for marriages, and especially those who want to work to keep them strong. Even though my marriage is equally yoked, In reading "Winning Him Without Words" I gleaned such wisdom and insight. In our Christian walk, I think we all continue to grow in our relaitonship with Christ and in that growth, our relationships with others also change.

Lynn Donovan and Dineen Miller share 10 Keys to thriving in your spiritually mismatched marriage. So many times women are guilty of thinking we can "change" the men into something we want them to be. I know in my early years of marriage, I was VERY GUILTY of being a "Junior Holy Spirit" to my husband. I LOVED their chapter titled "Don't save your husband, save yourself"
These words are soooo true and very powerful when lived out!! I know so many times I have seen countless women coming to church alone, or sadly, been in Bible Study after Bible Study with prayer requests for spouses to come to know the Lord and accept HIM as their Savior. Can you even imagine going through life with your spouse and not being able to share your Faith and all that God has done? So many women experience this very thing.

Winning Him Without Words is an excellent book. Lynn and Dineen are quick to share they are real women,struggling with real issues, who don't claim to have all the answers. They do, however, claim to know the One who does. Despite years or praying for their husband's salvation, both Lynn and Dineen found certain principles to help their marriage thrive instead of wither and die. No matter if you are in a spiritually mismatched marriage or a marriage that is doing well, this book is a must read!

I know the wisdom shared in this book has amazing potential to help countless marriages and touch so many lives for sure! This is one that you will want for yourself as well as having others on hand to give away!

Tuesday, 14 June 2011

The Sweetest Thing by Elizabeth Musser ~ Review

This week, the
Christian Fiction Blog Alliance
is introducing
The Sweetest Thing
• Bethany House (June 1, 2011)
Elizabeth Musser


Elizabeth Musser, an Atlanta native, studied English and French literature at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. While at Vanderbilt, I had the opportunity to spend a semester in Aix-en-Provence,

France. During her Senior year at Vanderbilt, she attended a five-day missions conference for students and discovered an amazing thing: God had missionaries in France, and she felt God calling her there. After graduation, she spent eight months training for the mission field in Chicago, Illinois and then two years serving in a tiny Protestant church in Eastern France where she met her future husband.

Elizabeth lives in southern France with her husband and their two sons. She find her work as a mother, wife, author and missionary filled with challenges and chances to see God’s hand at work daily in her life. Inspiration for her novels come both from her experiences growing up in Atlanta as well as through the people she meets in her work in France. Many conversations within her novels are inspired from real-life conversations with skeptics and seekers alike.

Her acclaimed novel, The Swan House, was a Book Sense bestseller list in the Southeast and was selected as one of the top Christian books for 2001 by Amazon's editors. Searching for Eternity is her sixth novel.


Compelling Southern Novel Explores Atlanta Society in the 1930s.

The Singleton family’s fortunes seem unaffected by the Great Depression, and Perri—along with the other girls at Atlanta’s elite Washington Seminary—lives a life of tea dances with college boys and matinees at the cinema. When tragedy strikes, Perri is confronted with a world far different from the one she has always known.

At the insistence of her parents, Mary ‘Dobbs’ Dillard, the daughter of an itinerant preacher, is sent from inner-city Chicago to live with her aunt and attend Washington Seminary. Dobbs, passionate, fiercely individualistic and deeply religious, enters Washington Seminary as a bull in a china shop and shocks the girls with her frank talk about poverty and her stories of revival on the road. Her arrival intersects at the point of Perri’s ultimate crisis, and the tragedy forges an unlikely friendship.

The Sweetest Thing tells the story of two remarkable young women—opposites in every way—fighting for the same goal: surviving tumultuous change. Just as the Great Depression collides disastrously with Perri's well-ordered life, friendship blossoms--a friendship that will be tested by jealousy, betrayal, and family secrets...

If you would like to read the first chapter of The Sweetest Thing, go HERE.


I. LOVED. THIS. BOOK! From the first chapter to the very last page, I couldn't put it down! The friendship between Perri and Dobbs is so precious. Back in the days of the Great Depression, Perri is an upper-class young lady who lives a life with the elite. She is a member of all the "right clubs", has a group of girlfriends that are all elite as well. One day, Mary "Dobbs" Dillard arrives to stay with her Aunt in her "Potato sack" full of life, enthusiasm, and hope for a brighter tomorrow. These girls are thrown together in the midst of horrible circumstances that affect Perri's family. Together, they walk beside one another, helping each other adjust to their new way of life. As they carry the weight of the world on their shoulders, or at the very least, the responsibility of "saving" their families, the girls encourage one another in their daily lives.

The Sweetest Thing is a beautiful story and one that I would Highly Recommend. The Sweetest Thing would be a Sweet Summer Read for sure! ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥

Thursday, 9 June 2011

Fashion With A Purpose

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Wednesday, 8 June 2011

Shattered by Melody Carlson ~ Review

About the Book:

Cleo Neilson's best friend is moving away and she wants to make Lola's last night in town special. For Cleo, that means going to the big Christian concert in the city, but her mom won't allow her to go. She says that area of the city is too dangerous for two unchaperoned teenage girls.

Convinced her mom is just being an overprotective "helicopter" mom, she sneaks out of the house. After all, her mom has to let her grow up sometime, right?

Cleo now faces the chilling consequences of her actions and a secret that it is eating her up inside. As Cleo fights through her grief and guilt, she learns about faith in God and forgiveness through him.

About the Author:

Melody Carlson has written more than a hundred books for all age groups, but she particularly enjoys writing for teens. Perhaps this is because her own teen years remain so vivid in her memory. After claiming to be an atheist at the ripe old age of twelve, she later surrendered her heart to Jesus and has been following him ever since. Her hope and prayer for all her readers is that each one would be touched by God in a special way through her stories. For more information, please visit Melody's website at

My Review:

Shattered is most definitely for the YA audience. Cleo is a 17 year old who longs to spread her wings, yet her "helicopter Mother" holds on so tightly that she fears she will never break free. Cleo and her best friend, Lola, want to go to a concert in the city to celebrate Lola's last night before she moves away. Lola has won the tickets and the girls have done everything they can think of to convince Cleo's mom to let them go.

The girls make plans to go despite what Cleo's Mother has told them. While Cleo worries about the "what-ifs" she is quite relieved when they make it through the evening without any serious trouble. But when she awakes the next morning, life as Cleo knows it will never be the same. The guilt consumes her and the choices she makes about how to deal with her grief and guilt are unfortunately so common to so many these days.

Shattered is a story that shares what devastation guilt can be when you allow it to eat away at you day and night. I would say this story-line needed a bit more substance. Without "spoiling" for you, I would just say that knowing a bit more about Cleo's family and her Mother would have helped this story flow better.

This book deals with death, guilt, pain, and addiction. Cleo makes some very bad choices and pays a very high price for them. It broke my heart that she felt so alone and truly had no one to talk to, or so she thought. Turning to pills to numb the pain was how she felt she could deal with life.

Shattered will make you "think" and hopefully cause you to reflect on the choices you make everyday! I would rate this 3♥ ♥ ♥'s out of 5

I was given a complimentary copy in exchange for my honest review. Thank you Glass Road Publications

Happy Reading

Tuesday, 7 June 2011

Lady Of Bolton Hill ~ Review

This week, the
Christian Fiction Blog Alliance
is introducing
The Lady of Bolton Hill
Bethany House (June 1, 2011)
Elizabeth Camden


A research librarian and associate professor, Elizabeth Camden has a master’s in history from the University of Virginia and a master’s in library science from Indiana University. She has published several articles for academic publications and is the author of four nonfiction history books. Her ongoing fascination with history and love of literature have led her to write inspirational fiction. Elizabeth lives with her husband in central Florida.

A word from Elizabeth: I am a college librarian in central Florida by day, but by night I can be found pounding out inspirational historical novels the moment the sun goes down. I love writing books about fiercely intelligent people who are confronted with profound challenges. As a rather introverted person, I have found that writing is the best way for me to share my faith and a sense of resilience with others.

As for who I am? I love old Hitchcock films, the hour before sunset, a long, sweaty run through the Florida countryside, and a glass of good wine. After spending my entire adult life on a college campus (either as a student or a librarian) I have finally been able to pursue my ultimate goal of writing professionally.


Female journalists are rare in 1879, but American-born Clara Endicott has finally made a name for herself with her provocative articles championing London's poor. When the backlash from her work forces a return home to Baltimore, Clara finds herself face-to-face with a childhood sweetheart who is no longer the impoverished factory worker she once knew. In her absence, Daniel Tremain has become a powerful industry giant and Clara finds him as enigmatic as ever. However, Daniel's success is fueled by resentment from past wounds and Clara's deeply-held beliefs about God's grace force Daniel to confront his own motives. When Clara's very life is endangered by one of Daniel's adversaries, they must face a reckoning neither of them ever could have foreseen.

When Clara Endicott and Daniel Tremain's worlds collide after twelve years apart, the spark that was once between them immediately reignites into a romance neither of them thought possible.

But time has changed them both.

Daniel is an industrial titan with powerful enemies. Clara is an idealistic journalist determined to defend underprivileged workers.

Can they withstand the cost of their convictions while their hearts, and lives, hang in the balance?

If you would like to read the first chapter of The Lady of Bolton Hill, go HERE.

My Review:

OH MY! "The Lady of Bolton Hill" by Elizabeth Camden has been such a wonderful surprise! I don't usually "CHOOSE" a book for review thinking that I won't enjoy it, but THIS ONE......I haven't just enjoyed it...I have LOVED IT!


Clara Endicott, a young journalist who longs to defend the young and underprivileged workers. Her Father, Reverend Endicott wants only the best for his daughter and will do whatever it takes to make sure no one gets in the way. Clara goes to London and fulfills her dream of writing but at what cost? Will her friendship with Daniel remain with such distance between them, or do they fall victim to her Fathers ploy to keep his daughter from Daniel.

Daniel Tremain is Clara's best friend. A young, poor boy, who is left to raise his sisters after the death of his Father. Daniel and Clara share their days together, their dreams for their future, and vow to be best friends all the days of their lives NO.MATTER.WHAT! Clara cares not whether Daniel comes from money or not, but Clara's family certainly does! When the day comes for Clara to leave for London, their hearts are broken and unsure of what the future holds. Nevertheless, Clara knows that "no distance or class or circumstance would ever tear them apart." (pg 23)

After 12 long years they are reunited, but has time changed them too much? Daniel has become a very Rich and Powerful Business man and Clara has made quite the name for herself with her writing. Has time treated them well or has all that has happened to these two changed them forever?

I loved this story! You will too if you love Historical Romance! I rate this a DEFINITE 5 ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥'S FOR SURE :)

Happy Reading!

Sunday, 5 June 2011

Your never too old to be read to....

Did you read to your kids when they were younger? How about when they got in Jr. High or Highschool? Well, this single Dad read to his Daughter every single night until she went to COLLEGE!! Great Story!

Happy Reading!

Friday, 3 June 2011

Free Kindle Downloads from Amazon

Just wanted to share this link ..... Some Awesome downloads (Yay Travis Thrasher's Solitary) and some others at a discounted price as well! Enjoy!

Happy Reading!