Thank you for stopping by my blog. Lately I have been reviewing books and haven't had as much time to scrap. Hopefully soon I'll get back to scrapping and creating some new files. Thank you for your patience.

I have made files available at absolutely no charge. I do this for fun. I am learning the wonderful Make The Cut (MTC) program and trying to improve my skills. Most of the files have been created from free coloring sheets online. You will need MTC software in order to cut these files. Please use these files for your personal use only and if you want to share them with others please direct others to my blog. I hope you enjoy these files. Comments are always appreciated. If you are not a follower please consider doing so. I have lots of new files that I want to add over the next few months.


Thursday, March 20, 2014

A March Bride

This is the fourth book in the series of A year of Wedding Novellas. So far this one has been my least favorite. It is just like the others in the fact that it will only take a couple of hours to read. Although, Rachel Hauck has done a good job with her characters and letting us into their world it still fell a little flat for me. I found a few mistakes that an editor should have caught but it wasn't a huge issue. It seemed more of a fairytale than reality in my opinion and I had issue with the whole citizenship subject. I will not get into because I don't want to have a review with a spoiler in it. I will say I do see what she point she is trying to make and it does make sense to me in the end.

If you have been enjoying these novellas you will like this one too, I'm just glad it wasn't the first one that I read.

I recieved this book from BookLook Bloggers at no charge in exchange for an honest review.


A Stillness of Chimes

“When teacher Laura Gantt comes home to Prospect, Georgia, to settle the household of her recently deceased mother, the last thing she expects to encounter is a swirl of rumors about the father she lost to the lake twelve years ago---that he has reportedly been seen around town. Elliott Gantt’s body was never found and he was presumed dead.”

A Stillness of Chimes by Meg Mosely is a contemporary, Christian, fiction. I really enjoyed this novel by Mosely. It took me a couple of chapters to get into it for some reason but once I did I was sucked in. I love books set in the south because I can identify with them being from the south myself. I love novels by Mosely because I feel like I can walk right into them. She does a wonderful job introducing her characters and making them come alive. She includes so many sights and sounds into her novels and if you have read any of my past reviews this is something I look for. I want to be able to be transported to wherever the story is taking place. I want to be able to imagine myself there. I can do this with her book.

A Stillness of Chimes is set in Georgia and has an air of mystery to it. Although,  if you are an avid reader I’m not sure there are any great surprises (but there are a couple of things that happened that I didn’t see coming). I still found myself wanting to see what was going to happen next. Mosely throws a little bit of romance in there for all of us romantics out there. Her book is all about friendship, love, trusting, forgiveness and following one’s heart.

I would recommend this book to anyone who loves romance and mystery. If you love Meg Mosely’s books this one will not disappoint you she comes through with another great one.

I received this book from Multnomah at no charge in exchange for an honest review. I also received a copy from for review . (It had been a while since I read it and had forgotten but as I started reading it again I remembered it) I really like her books. 

Please rank my review