Book review: dear brave friend by Leigh ann gerk ma, LPC

Dear Brave Friend is one of the sweetest and universal children's books that I have read in awhile. My favorite feature about the book is that it has journaling pages in the back. A place for kids to express their thoughts or a safe space to deal with loss. The author wrote the book from … Continue reading Book review: dear brave friend by Leigh ann gerk ma, LPC

Book review: Waiting for the night song by Julie Carrick dalton

Rating: 📚📚📚📚📚 "Truth hides in fissures and hollows, in broken places and empty parts. It can be buried, crushed, or burnt, but the truth will always rise." It's funny how much one moment can change the lives of so many people. In a split second, you go from the world you once knew to something … Continue reading Book review: Waiting for the night song by Julie Carrick dalton

Book Review: The loneliness solution by jack eason

Rating: 📚📚📚📚📚 " Loneliness and the feeling of being unwanted is the most terrible poverty."Mother Teresa This book is not only a great read, but it's a guided journal (in a way). At the end of each chapter are prompts that ask questions, and the questions make you think about your own life. A factor … Continue reading Book Review: The loneliness solution by jack eason

Book review: Now Before Dark (Terribly serious darkness #3) by sam hooker

Rating: 📚📚📚📚 Now Before Dark is the third installment in the Terrible Serious Darkness series. Peril in the Old Country and Soul Remains are the first two books of the series. It's a great series, if I do say so myself. The main character is Slooth, Slooth Peril. He is a former accountant turned demon, … Continue reading Book review: Now Before Dark (Terribly serious darkness #3) by sam hooker