Saturday, May 2, 2009

My First Book Recommendation

Hey all! For you ladies reading this who love to read, I have a great book to recommend. I know it's great because I have read all of the books in the series to go with this one. This one is titled, Sisterchicks In Wooden Shoes, and it's due to come out soon!!!

{For those wondering why I'm doing this, this is something new to me. I somehow got signed up to do a blog review of books that I have read, and since I am participating, I receive free books. One to keep, and possibly one to give away, although I'm not sure about that yet. Although this is not what I am talking about. I received an email from the author of these books asking me to recommend this book on my blog. And I may get one free! Woohoo! For those of you who know me, you know that books are my chocolate.}

Here is what this brand new book looks like, as well as a brief summary of what it's all about:

"Summer and Noelle, two pen pals since 4th grade, meet for the first time in the land of tulips and windmills. An abnormal mammogram sends Summer on a quest to fulfill her lifelong wish before she begins the same struggle her mother fought against breast cancer. The story of these two Sisterchicks is brimming with hope and cheer and will bring encouragement for any woman who has faced a fearful future."



Not only have I read every book in this title series, I have read every other book she has written, as well. She's a wonderful author, and extremely personable. She actually responded to a comment I left one time~she's just another wife/mom/friend who is trying her hardest to please her Maker, her One and Only. If you're looking for a great read, go buy this book! This is a series, and I like to start at book one, but in this series, that's not necessary. You can read them out of order. I hope you all read this~if you do, let me know what ya think! Love to all!

1 comment:

Phyllis said...

FREE BOOKS? That sounds great to me! Of course you know I will read this book.

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