[One of the Few]: An eARC Review

Happy Monday, everyone! Today I have the opportunity to participate in the Re-Launch Anniversary Event of One of the Few: A Marine Fighter Pilot's Reconnaissance of the Christian Worldview by Jason B. Ladd. For more information about the author or the book, follow the provided links. This memoir tells the story of Jason's discovery of …

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[Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet]: A Review

Happy last day of August, friends! Time to sneak in one last review for the month. And I am really excited about this one. A few weeks ago I got my new library card (priorities, right?) and hit the shelves looking for a too long list of books high on my TBR. I could only find a few of …

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[These Happy Golden Years]: A Review

I am super excited to introduce the newly designed Greenish Bookshelf! It is definitely still a work in progress but I am thrilled with the new look so far. I am also excited to review These Happy Golden Years by Laura Ingalls Wilder today. I remember really loving this book as a child. The title …

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[The Butterfly and the Violin]: A Review

Hi all! I am really excited to review The Butterfly and the Violin today. I have been wanting to read it for months now--ever since the lovely Carrie over @ Reading is my Superpower recommended it as one of her favorite WWII novels. Carrie is basically full of fantastic recommendations 🙂 A few initial thoughts: Why did I …

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[The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie]: A Review

Happy Memorial Day Weekend, USA! We are celebrating this weekend with lots of family time, good food, and remembering loved ones by visiting graves. Hope you all have a lovely weekend! I am so excited to be back today with a review of one of my favorite WWII novels (which is actually quite British, not …

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