Mar 29

Review – Same Life, New Story: Change Your Perspective to Change Your Life by Jan Silvious

Review – Same Life, New Story: Change Your Perspective to Change Your Life by Jan SilviousSame Life, New Story by Jan Silvious
Published by Thomas Nelson Inc on February 7th 2011

How’s your life? Does it tell a wonderful story fi lled with grace, character, and courage? Or are you stuck in the past, struggling with regrets and fears?
PERHAPS IT’S TIME FOR A NEW STORY.
Same Life, New Story is a ten-week Bible study that offers women a powerful truth: one small change can have profound effects. With humor, vulnerability, and transparency, Jan Silvious—a professional life coach—uses a unique blend of modern-day anecdotes and biblical character stories to bring you out of the land of what is and victoriously into the land of what can be.
Each chapter examines the life of a woman from the Bible, providing unique insights into scripture as well as questions for personal reflection and journal exercises. Learn how to overcome the past, conquer fear, say “I can,” face adversity, and harness resilience.
See your story through the eyes of Naomi, Leah, Rahab, and Deborah. Discover—as Hannah, Abigail, and Elizabeth did—the irreplaceable role that God longs to play in your life. Learn, as Jan did firsthand, that changing your perspective can truly change your life. Within you lies a new story just begging to be told. What are you waiting for?



Mar 18

My First Review – Letters from the Vieux Carre by Haden Hudson

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My First Review – Letters from the Vieux Carre by Haden HudsonLetters from the Vieux Carre Series: A Time Travel Romance #2
by Haden Hudson
on February 10, 2012

Completely devastated after losing the love of her life, Anna Bailey wanders the streets of the French Quarter in New Orleans. Following a mysterious encounter, Anna is sent falling back in time to the nineteenth century and into the arms of a man who bears a striking resemblance to her deceased fiancée.





Mar 17

A Brand New Leaf to Add to the Ever-Growing Tree of Me!

Decided that all of my book reviews and such should have their own home, so I decided to give them one.  So, I decided to start this page, Just Another Rabid Reader, since Rabid Reader was taken!  I will have the review of the first book read since coming up with this idea shortly.  I started it last night, and could not tear away from it and finished it just a little while ago.  If there are any books ya’ll would like me to look at, recommend, review, et cetera, please do not hesitate to ask.  Until then, happy reading.