I love, love, love learning new techniques in the media of painting because I can never learn too many tips. Foundations of Drawing by Al Gury is educational. I devoured each of the pages and loved all of the tips and examples shown throughout this informative book. I can only say that this will be the one book to refer to for some time to come. If I had to only be given one book for painting techniques than this book would be the one, the definitive one. I highly recommend! I received a copy for this review from blogging for books and all opinions are my own.
Tuesday, June 6, 2017
The title of this latest book sums up the entire premise of the contents in this book it explains all the bits and pieces of everything. The Physics of Everyday Things by James Kakalios has given us a very thorough look of the items we use on a daily basis and how they work and how unassuming they are to our life. This book almost reminds me of a history class I once took in school that was all information and based on what was already known or easily researched. Interesting, very interesting. I received a copy for this review from blogging for books and all opinions are my own.
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Thursday, June 1, 2017
What an inspiration to read a story about second chances and the idea that He really put this in the works all along. Sweetbriar Cottage by Denise Hunter is everything and more. I may be biased and I will be honest about this and that is I adore every single story by Hunter. I am forever grateful for her power with words. Noah and Josephine are so easily my new favorite couple because of their flaws and love for one another. Such a great story. I received a copy for this review from Book Look Bloggers and all opinions are my own.
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Tuesday, May 23, 2017
I thought, at least, a few times over my life that it would be such an interesting experience and possibly life altering to start my own business. However, fear and lack of knowledge on where to begin is what has held me back. Fortunately the latest book to come from Dale Partridge,Launch Your Dream, will get me and anyone wanting to turn their love of a skill into a profitable adventure. I thought this book would be a bit dry and that was not true. I devoured each of the chapters and a fire has been set in me. I received a copy from book look bloggers and all opinions are my own.
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Saturday, May 20, 2017
Being able to conquer other businesses before they become a real threat is the number 1 aspect all companies face. Red Teaming by Bryce G. Hoffman gives the best tips and techniques to properly combat this issue effectively. Hoffman shares how these tactics were successfully implemented and how some companies failed at not following these steps. Such a great read and informative. I received a copy for this review from blogging for books and all opinions are my own.
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Wednesday, May 10, 2017
To live the life we choose to is kind of hard to attain sometimes and even harder to see that we already have that life we want. This book is divided into sections that give us the tools in order to get that life skill we think we do not have. Chazown by Craig Groeschel is pure delight to immerse oneself into, it is not that hard to devour in a few hours. Worth the time and the weight of reading. I received a copy for this review from blogging for books and all opinions are my own.
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I will say one thing and that is devotional books are pure gems with there powerful words of inspiration. I do not think there has been a terrible devotional book that I can think of in over a year because they have been amazing. The latest, Devotions from the Kitchen Table by Thomas Nelson, was no exception. It was full of magical words and just as amazing pictures along the many pages of this book. I love that fact that it is easy enough and inspiring enough to place and devour at will when I need the inspiration. It amazes that a few sentences could empower its reader. I received a copy for this review from Book Look Bloggers and all opinions are my own.
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