Saturday, March 19, 2011

I Made The Switch!

For those of you who actually follow me and read this blog, I have MOVED!

I will now be blogging along over at Wordpress.

You can find me HERE!

Thanks for taking this change well and I'll see you soon!

Friday, March 4, 2011

Blog Hopping Along

I haven't done a blog hop in a while. Decided to join in with this one.

Thursday, March 3, 2011

Listen by Rene Gutteridge Review

by Rene Gutteridge
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc
Someone is listening . . .

The quaint, close-knit community of Marlo was the ideal place to live . . . until someone started posting private conversations online for everyone to read, word for word. Now it’s neighbor against neighbor, friend against friend, as careless comments and hurtful accusations turn the town upside down. Violence and paranoia escalate, and the police scramble to find the person responsible before more people get hurt—or even killed.

But what responsibility do the residents of Marlo have for the words they say when they think no one is listening? 

Listen by Rene Gutteridge 
Review by Me
5 Squees/5 Squees

First off I want to say that I think this is a book that everyone should read. We are a world that is too quick to speak. We are too quick to dirty someone's name when they aren't around to defend themselves. In Rene Gutteridge's book, Listen, you meet the citizens of a small town called Marlo who quickly learn the power of words. I absolutely loved this book. I was drawn in immediately and I was kept enthralled all the way till the end. The thing I liked most though was the realness of this book and the ability it had to open my eyes up to my own life. How often do we talk badly about other people? How often do we say one thing behind someone's back, but another to their face?

After reading this book, you'll start seeing yourself in a different light and you'll start realizing that your words have power. Do you want that power to be uplifting or bring people down?

"Speak Kindly. Love powerfully. Listen Fully."