Category: nonfiction






Book Review: Forever Painless by Miranda Esmonde-White

Book Review: Forever Painless by Miranda Esmonde-White

Posted November 15, 2016 / 23 Comments

End chronic pain—for good—with this practical guide from the PBS personality behind Classical Stretch and author of the New York Times bestseller Aging Backwards. Chronic pain is the most common cause of long-term disability in the United States. Twenty percent of American adults accept back spasms, throbbing joints, arthritis aches, and other physical pain as […]



Book Review: Six Days in Leningrad by Paullina Simons

Book Review: Six Days in Leningrad by Paullina Simons

Posted November 3, 2016 / 2 Comments

From the author of the celebrated, internationally bestselling The Bronze Horseman saga comes a glimpse into the private life of its much loved creator, and the real story behind the epic novels. Paullina Simons gives us a work of non-fiction as captivating and heart-wrenching as the lives of Tatiana and Alexander. Only […]


Book Review: Be The Miracle by Delores Liesner

Book Review: Be The Miracle by Delores Liesner

Posted October 30, 2016 / 4 Comments

Whether we title these unexplainable happenings miracles, God-sightings, or some other name, people love to hear of such occurrences. Why? They increase our faith by providing evidence of the miraculous in our everyday lives and heighten awareness of God’s desire to minister personally to us and through us. Unique connecting […]



Book Review: Union With Christ by Rankin Wilbourne

Book Review: Union With Christ by Rankin Wilbourne

Posted October 5, 2016 / 0 Comments

Nothing is more basic or central to knowing and enjoying God than Union with Christ. Have you ever had difficulty connecting what you know to be true about God with how you feel or how you live each day? Have you ever longed to change but just felt stuck? The […]



Book Review: Jesus and the Beanstalk by Lori Stanley Roeleveld

Book Review: Jesus and the Beanstalk by Lori Stanley Roeleveld

Posted September 30, 2016 / 5 Comments

What if a fairy tale and ten Bible verses could free you to live an effective, fruitful life in Christ? We live in unsettling, challenging times. Everywhere we look, we see giant problems: giant obstacles to sharing faith, giant barriers to peaceful lives, giant strongholds of fear. But what if […]



Author Interview (Plus a Giveaway!): Melissa Spoelstra

Author Interview (Plus a Giveaway!): Melissa Spoelstra

Posted September 21, 2016 / 0 Comments

Good morning, my friends! Today, I am pleased to welcome author Melissa Spoelstra to the blog! Melissa Spoelstra is a popular women’s conference speaker, Bible teacher, and writer who is madly in love with Jesus and passionate about helping women of all ages to seek Christ and know Him more […]


Book Review: Carry On by Lisa Fenn

Book Review: Carry On by Lisa Fenn

Posted September 19, 2016 / 3 Comments

In the spirit of The Blind Side comes a deeply moving memoir about the unexpected bonds that wouldtransform three lives. Lisa Fenn produced human-interest features for ESPN for over a decade, but one particular story came into her life and never left. After seeing a newspaper image of two young wrestlers from […]


Most Anticipated Book Releases Fall & Winter 2016: Non-Fiction

Most Anticipated Book Releases Fall & Winter 2016: Non-Fiction

Posted September 9, 2016 / 10 Comments

Happy Friday, friends 🙂 Today I’m taking a (momentary) break from the new releases in fiction (contemporary, historical, suspense, Amish) to talk about the non-fiction new releases I’m most looking forward to through the end of 2016. Tomorrow, I’ll close out the week by looking at the new releases in […]



Book Review: Boycrazy by Tiffany Dawn

Book Review: Boycrazy by Tiffany Dawn

Posted August 4, 2016 / 0 Comments

Time was ticking away and Tiffany was losing her mind, waiting for Mr. Right to show up and press the “START” button on life. That led to a horribly broken relationship, addiction to attention from guys, and fear — constant, tormenting fear — that no one would ever love her. […]