#15 of 52: It’s Only Too Late If You Don’t Start Now by Barbara Sher

Where to even begin with Barbara Sher’s book It’s Only Too Late If You Don’t Start Now: How to Create Your Second Life at Any Age. Quite a mouth full for a book title, huh? Well…the rest of the book was pretty much the same way. I should say that I have rewritten this review…

#14 of 52: A Year By The Sea by Joan Anderson

I’ve been thinking lately about my most recent book choices. I know I already mentioned in a previous post that I was on a “self-help kick.” But I never mentioned why. My birthday is fast approaching; the summertime to be fairly precise but vague enough not to get too personal. With the last year of…

#13 of 52: A Weekend to Change Your Life by Joan Anderson

A Weekend to Change Your Life by Joan Anderson is another one of those “self-help” books I told you I’d be reading throughout these fifty-two weeks. Be prepared, there are plenty more where this one came from. As mentioned on the book’s cover, she is also the author of A Year By The Sea ….

#12 of 52: The Shack by William Paul Young

Last week I finished reading, The Shack by William Paul Young. I’ve been a little busy so please excuse this late post on the book. The gist of it…the book is beautiful. The story is about Mack, a father of five, who loses his youngest daughter in a horrible violent crime. Understandably, Mack gets stuck…

#11 of 52: Kitchens Of The Great Midwest by J. Ryan Stradal

Ok….so….my return to fiction has been a triumph! Fine print: With the exception of “Silence”.   Kitchens of The Great Midwest by J. Ryan Stradal is a treat! It’s Stradal’s first book and a real gem. It is an engaging story about one little girl’s journey through a world that has afforded her very few…