Sunday, November 16, 2014

What I've Read Recently.

I had a chance to read a lot of different kinds of books this month. 
In the fiction category I got to read:

Becoming Bea by Leslie Gould - I received a copy of this book from the publisher.  My opinions are my own.
This is an Amish fiction romance.  If you like this genre, you'll like this book.  I have to admit, when I want a light read, books in this genre tend to fit the bill.  This was an interesting book, I had to guess which young man the story was going to follow (although it wasn't hard to figure out as I read on) and I did like that I couldn't immediately tell the ending of the story.  It is the story of a young woman who is naturally an introvert, living with a sister who can be overwhelming and take the reigns of life.  It was great to see Bea come into her own.  To see her continue to be herself, but to find the value in herself, and the ability to speak to her sister, instead of just allowing her sister to control her life.  Pick it up, enjoy!

Aging with Gracie by Heather Hunt
This is one of the books I "bought" when it was free on amazon.  When I looked it up to write the review it is only $.99.  It is totally worth the purchase.  I loved Grace's personality, and I loved how hard she worked to make life better for all of the people around her.  She took her job seriously, and took people personally.  If you want to read a story of a strong woman, with real spirit, this is a good read.  Doesn't hurt to have a little romance thrown in too. 

Non - Fiction :
Restaurant Success, by The Numbers  - I received a copy of this book from the publisher.  My opinions are my own. 
This book was an interesting read, and I think a good resource to look at if you are opening any kind of brick and mortar business.  Each chapter was well thought out and had good information for you to think through before you open your doors.  I read the book, not because I'm opening a business, but because these kinds of things interest me, and I wanted to know what went into planning to open a restaurant.  It sounds like Mr. Fields has put a lot of thought into this, and would have a good idea of how to get anyone started in this business.

Colliding with Destiny by Sarah Jakes- I received a copy of this book from the publisher.  My opinions are my own. 
I loved this book.  Sarah Jakes makes her own life very transparent as she tells stories to emphasize points.  She brings the story of Ruth (from the Bible) to life and does a great job of relating things that Ruth is going through to things that are probably occurring in your life.  This is an uplifting devotional, that I found to be well written, and well thought out. 

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