Can’t wait…

Hi, folks I got several book reviews coming up and I just can’t wait to get my books in the mail. 🙂 I was going to start another book , but I got a request to read a Civil War setting Romance book.. I can’t wait to share that with you. Plus I got a really cool hair styles book I’m getting shortly. 🙂

I’m very excited. I’ve also signed up to look at an adult coloring book, but I don’t know if I’ve gotten selected or not.. So we’ll have to wait and see on that one.

I never would have realized how much work goes into social media. I’m getting the hang of it , though. 🙂

Don’t forget to follow me. More followers more chances for more awesome books.:-)

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What you’ve all been waiting for

What you’ve all been waiting for

I’m very sorry for the delay in this particular book review post. I was busy with my businesses and making my inventory. Then I got a slight cold and have vertigo issues sometimes. Even now I’m having a hard time staring at this screen image001.pngand typing. Something about the type of screen it is and WordPress is making me dizzy. lol However, let us move right into the book review.

Today I’m reviewing a self help book by Jessie Minassian  called Backwards Beauty.  I received this as an eBook. This book is interesting in its layout and is broken down into 10 steps for teenage girls to apply to their life. It is written in a Christian perspective and is like reverse psychology to help you see how silly you can be in thinking you need to be skinny or thin just to be liked by boys. At times, the book was interesting at others I got bored. I liked the questions at the end of each chapter and the application of a Bible Study. I can’t say I liked all the suggestions in the book. Especially the food chapter. Something about it bothered me. Maybe I just enjoy my tatters and fries too much. 🙂

However,  I thought the book was good if girls didn’t have a mentor to talk to or a mom. It could give you more self-confidence. Even myself thought some of the chapters were quiet interesting enough to apply now in my adult life. 🙂 Some of the steps you could use forever.

Now as always, I have to say I got to try the book for free through Net Galley and Tyndale Publishing.

Stay tuned for more great books!