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Little Women by Louisa May Alcott. "I am not afraid of storms, for I am learning how to sail my ship.” One of my all time favorite books!
One of my all time favorite books. I love how much the March sisters care for each other! ♥️
Little Women (Little Women, #1) One of my all time favorite books, ever!
Little Women #books #reading #novels One of my childhood favorites.
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Little Women - Louisa May Alcott
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Hello fellow readers! It might not seem like it, but I have been reading all Summer long. While I don't remember every book I finished this Summer, there are some that stick out in my mind that I will share with you here. The first is my all time favorite book ever: Little Women. I had started this book a while ago and finally finished it while camping in New York this summer. I don't know if I had only read abridged versions or if I had just forgotten some of the details of the book, but there definitely seemed to be some additions that I had never read before, which was a surprise bonus! I love reading a book I have read before and discovering new details and treats! Another book/book series I read (and am currently finishing) is the Mistborn Series by Brandon Sanderson. I initially picked up Mistborn because the book club I am in was reading it. It is definitely not a book I would have picked up on my own. But that's the beauty of book clubs! They open your eyes to new books that you never would have read otherwise. I'm glad I purchased this book and decided to read it! It is AMAZING! The series follows Vin and her group of friends as they try to overthrow their ruler and establish a new government. Vin has "magic" powers that she discovers and perfects with the help of her mentor and friend Kelsier. I am currently reading the 3rd book in the series and have yet to be disappointed. The second book starts out a bit slow, but DON'T GIVE UP! I have also read a few books on couponing as I am trying to get better at it. I won't bore you with those details, but if you are interested in learning more or want to know the books I read just let me know! I am currently reading Now I See You by Nicole Kear for my book club. So far I am enjoying it, although there is some language. I'm not opposed to cursing, but sometimes I feel like it is a bit unnecessary. While I know that there are some things that can only be expressed with a well placed expletive, the extent to which she swears is starting to annoy me. I think that writers especially should be able to express themselves and their emotions more eloquently than using curse words every other line. I am willing to ignore it because this is a memoir and not a book written by a well established author. That is my only criticism so far. I will be sure to blog about Now I See You and will do my best to stay up to date with my blogging from here on out. I've had a busy summer, which you can read about here. Here's to recommitting myself to blogging! Happy reading! ~Tara
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New York Times best selling book The Shack is an analogous tale that cuts to the heart of the issue of human suffering and our relationship with God. Don't be scared off if you're not 'religious'. There's nothing religious about this book which is probably why it's a NYT best seller :)
Read a book in 1 day. I read The Shack in one day. It was well worth the day. Reviews are mixed, but I love it! Other books read in a day: Gone with the Wind, Harry Potter 1,2,3,4.
THE SHACK The beauty of this book is not that it supplies the reader with easy answers to grueling questions, but that it invites you to come in close to a God of mercy and love, in whom we find hope and healing. Jim Palmer, author of Divine Nobodies books-worth-reading
New York Times best selling book The Shack is an analogous tale that cuts to the heart of the issue of human suffering and our relationship with God. Don't be scared off if you're not 'religious'.
The Shack is an awesome book and totally changed my perspective about LIFE
The Shack- Read it- An amazing book about perspective and the path to God
The Shack. An absolutely AWESOME book! I cried through most of it.