Twitterature – June (casual book reviews)

twitterature-graphic1Linking up with Anne Bogel‘s #Twitterature over at Modern Mrs. Darcy; a place to share short, casual book reviews.

Right now you can find on my bookshelf or nightstand… or coffee table… or Kindle:


Good Clean Murder: A Plain Jane Mystery (A Plain Jane Mystery, a Cozy Christian Collection Book 1)

Bible school student Jane cleans houses to make ends meet. But being independent brings big trials, like falling for a handsome professor, dealing with an obnoxious roommate, and then there’s the dead bodies…

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The Barefoot Executive: The Ultimate Guide for Being Your Own Boss and Achieving Financial Freedom

Carrie Wilkerson offers practical tips on starting and running your own business. The Barefoot Executive helps you through the whys and hows of having a successful home based business.

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Too Small to Ignore: Why Children Are the Next Big Thing

I listened to this one in the car and found myself tearing up on the road! Compassion International president Wess Stafford tells of his own childhood abuse at the hands of missionaries and shares his life-long passion for freeing children from poverty in the name of Jesus. Beautiful.

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Desperate: Hope for the Mom Who Needs to Breathe

Desperate is filled with practical advice and hope for all mothers. I went through this one with my bible study group. Great book for a group study and discussion.

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  1. I keep hearing really good things about Desperate! I think I need to read that one. And my goodness, Too Small to Ignore… it sounds like such a good book but I just can.not. handle stories about child abuse right now with little kids of my own. Visiting from the Twitterature link-up!

    • I totally understand about Too Small. It’s was difficult to get through parts for sure. If you decide to go through Desperate let me know what you think. Thanks so much for stopping by. Xoxo

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