Fierce By Alice Connor

Fierce by Alice Connor was the May read for my facebook group, "Faith, Coffee, and Books". Honestly? I kind of dreaded starting this one. It took me a long time to get back into reading after all of the pandemic and lockdown stuff happened. I'm still working my way through February and March's reads. In my … Continue reading Fierce By Alice Connor

To My White Brothers & Sisters

To My White Brothers & Sisters: It’s time to cease our White tears of protest It’s time to stop asking those with skin different from ours To be patient with us To see the intention of our hearts To assume the best of us We never gave them that gift We shouldn’t expect it in … Continue reading To My White Brothers & Sisters

A Good Marriage by Kimberly McCrieght

This book was chosen for me by the lady who runs the Book of the Month Club I am in. Each month she chooses a thriller for us that we can either buy or opt-out of. I hadn't actually heard of this one, but the synopsis made it look interesting. So I said, "I'm in!" … Continue reading A Good Marriage by Kimberly McCrieght

A Monster Called Trauma

Yesterday I had a session with my therapist. I began to open up about something traumatic I had experienced. It's something that I've never had time or space to talk about or think about. Because part of being a Good Christian Girl™ is to keep quiet and keep the peace. But yesterday, I broke my … Continue reading A Monster Called Trauma

Fierce, Free, And Full of Fire by Jen Hatmaker

Okay, I admit it. I am a bit late with my review. I was overjoyed a couple of months ago when I found out that not only would I be a part of Jen Hatmaker's launch team for her latest book, "Fierce, Free, And Full of Fire", but I was also one of a group … Continue reading Fierce, Free, And Full of Fire by Jen Hatmaker

Mental Health in the midst of Pandemic

How are we all doing today? I'll be honest, I am struggling. I'm lucky. My partner has his job. We have a roof over our heads and food in our fridge. We're young and reasonably healthy. We're able to practice social distancing to protect ourselves and others. I know I am lucky. I know there … Continue reading Mental Health in the midst of Pandemic