Want to take a peek at some of my new reviews?
“There’s just something about a good regency era romance novel that makes me smile. Don’t get me wrong, I’m beyond thankful that I live in the era of indoor plumbing, electricity, and washing machines! But, it’s still fun to spend some time lost in a period drama. If you enjoy historical fiction, The Tutor’s Daughter by Julie Klassen is a great book when you’re in the mood for an interesting romantic story….”
Read the rest of the review here. (While you’re there, enter the giveaway!)
You could win a copy of this too: “I like the idea of lapbooking. The execution however, is not my strong point. I’d prefer to avoid lapbooks if my daughter didn’t love them! What I need, is a ready-to-go lapbook that doesn’t require my creating the booklets to put in the folder. That’s where Knowledge Box Central’s Classical Composers and InstrumentsLapbook comes in. We have a project recording our classical music study. My daughter has a creative and fun project to work on, and it doesn’t require endless prep work from me.”
Here’s the link to the rest of the review.
I haven’t written a review for this next one, but I just have to share it with you anyway. During the month of April, Christian Audio is offering a free download of Enemies of the Heart by Andy Stanley. I listened to it last week and it gave me so much to think and pray about. It was convicting to listen to, but that’s a good thing! Definitely download it this month while it’s free.
Hope you’re having a bit of spring wherever you are. I’m going to enjoy some sunshine today!