Today’s Words for the Week are from Ray Lammie in his Thought for Today.

From birth to age 12 seemed like it took 20 years.
From 12 until age 16 felt like 15 years to me.
From 16 to age 21 was another 10 years.
From age 21 to age 30 was a tough 15 years.
From 30 to the age of 50 seemed like it only took about 8 years.
From 50 until age 60 was very strange — I went to bed one night at 50 and woke up 60!
After age 60 you get up in the morning, grab something to eat, and presto it’s midnight.

Value every year, every day, every hour and even every minute. Don’t spend a lot of time looking forward to some “certain event”; it will surely come soon enough. Spend your time and thoughts in the wonder and the miracle of “today”. Grab hold of this day with passion, desire, love, and with a positive outlook. Life is a wonderful adventure. I sure wish I had found that out at the beginning of this journey.

THOUGHT TO REMEMBER: Sadness flies away on the wings of time. — Jean de La Fontaine


Posted in words for the week | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 5 Comments

We Sin Every Day

Pray then like this: Our Father, who art in heaven, Hallowed be Thy name. Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread, and forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. For Thine is the Kingdom and the Power and the Glory, forever and ever. Amen. —  Matthew 6:9-13

Good morning Prayer Team!

No one is perfect but the Lord. Everyone makes mistakes. Everyone sins. We sin against our neighbors. And we sin against God. So, in this beautiful Lord’s Prayer that Christ gave to us, there is a mention of trespasses. For even as God give us our “bread” on a “daily” basis, we sin against Him on a daily basis.

Because we sin, we are in need of forgiveness, both from God, and from one another. But forgiveness is not enough. We need even more than that from God. We need a blotting out of our sins, a removal of them from our life record. In the Psalm 130:3-4 we read, If You, O Lord, should mark iniquities, Lord, who could stand? But there is forgiveness with You. So, we count on the Lord not only to not count our iniquities, but to obliterate them altogether.

Here is where our Greek comes in handy again. The Greek word for “forgiveness” is “synhoreses.” The word “Afeseos” means “remission,” or blotting out of our sins. “Afeseos” means to “forgive AND forget.” In Greek, the prayer read “ke afes imin ta ofilimata imon, os ke imis afiemen tis ofiletes imon.” It means “blot out our sins, as we blot out the sins of others.”

Let’s talk a little more about “our sins.” In our daily prayers, we are supposed to praise God, thank God, confess our sins to God and supplicate God. The Lord’s Prayer does all four. We should do all four in personal prayer as well, calling to mind specific sins with a prayer of repentance, asking for God’s help to curtail our sinful desires.

Periodically we should come before God in a more formal way, in the presence of a priest, in the sacrament of confession. This sacrament does two things for us — it helps us to take accountability in the presence of someone else, who is there also to guide us toward a plan of repentance. And secondly, through this sacrament, we are given permission to forgive ourselves, to not worry about the sins we have confessed but have no further anxiety about them, departing with a confidence that God has loosed and forgiven our sins, based on a gift God has given to His apostles, passed down to His priests.

Again, it is amazing how much ground is covered by this simple prayer — forgiveness, repentance, confession, and ultimately hope in God’s mercies is covered in this verse of prayer, Forgive us our trespasses. Of course, it takes faith and humility to come to God in sincere repentance. And this is what we should call to mind, at least once a day — our sins, our need for repentance, a desire for true repentance (improvement in at least one area of our life) and faith in God’s ability to forgive our sins when we come to Him in repentance.

Today’s prayer is the Jesus Prayer. Offer this periodically throughout the day, asking God to not only forgive your sins of the day, but to protect your mind and your mouth so that you can stay away from temptation throughout the day.

Lord, Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me a sinner.

Have a great day!

This reflection was written by Father Stavros Akrotirianakis, proistamenos of St. John Greek Orthodox Church, Tampa, FL, as a daily devotion for the Prayer Team Ministry of the Orthodox Christian Network, official agency of the Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops. He has produced two books, Let All Creation Rejoice: Reflections on Advent, the Nativity and Epiphany and The Road Back to Christ: Reflections on Lent, Holy Week and the Resurrection.

THOUGHT TO REMEMBER: It isn’t what you have, or who you are, or where you are, or what you are doing that makes you happy or unhappy. It is what you think about.

Posted in Sunday sermonette | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

Jesus, I Trust in You …

As we build this community prayer platform, we ask the Lord to listen to our petitions with full confidence they not only are heard but acted upon by God according to His holy will. These requests are on my prayer list and I hope you consider putting them on yours as you place your petitions before the Lord Sunday.

Let’s remember to approach the throne room and respond with faith and not fear, knowing the promises of God and His mighty hand will hold us through any situation! Sometimes, all it takes is just one prayer to change everything. Something extraordinary happens when two or more agree together in prayer.

What is one of the most important things we should do as Christians? Praying at all times in the Spirit, with all prayer and supplication. To that end, keep alert with all perseverance, making supplication for all the saints (Ephesians 6:18).

Joe will be having a colonoscopy Wednesday.

Prayers for final exams would be great for Angelina.

Grace’s health has been not good lately. She has new tests scheduled and a  new diet to try, but two weeks of feeling not good with no immediate sign of relief in sight is quite demoralizing. She asks for prayers for strength, perserverence, and hope.

Carly’s LDL came back at 183. Normal is under 100. She is 28 and shouldn’t have heart problems.

Kristeen has been battling Stage 4 Lung Cancer but after a meeting with her doctor, oncologist, and hospice, they feel it is time to stop treatments because the treatments are causing more harm then good.

William is living with kidney failure. The good news is he is on a transplant list and has a few live donors undergoing testing.

Arya had an allergic reaction to amoxicillin and during her pediatrician appointment the doctor asked her parents to take her to a cardiologist. She may have congenital heart condition.

Noelle lost her job and there’s no income coming in, no money in the bank and bills are due at the end of the month.

Karen would appreciate prayers. She had an amyloid tumor removed in July and doctors thought  was localized, but now three more tumors were discovered on the left side. She can’t get in to see the specialist until Jan. 30 and asks for prayers God makes a way for a sooner appointment.

Dale is dealing with several health issues.

Juan  is back in the hospital with pneumonia while fighting ALS.

There were a host of unspoken prayer requests and we heard of a number of deaths this week. Prayers for their families as they go through this earthly trial. We grieve … heaven rejoices.

We come to You, Lord, because prayer is the least yet the greatest thing we can do for each other. When two or more are gathered in Your name, we confidently know You are with us. What better company can we have? You reign and we trust You! We may be broken and battered but know You heal and quiet the soul. You are the source for all that happens in our lives. We thank You for the progress being made. We thank You for the many blessings we have received this week — some we unfortunately didn’t notice. Nonetheless, those blessings are ever-present in our lives. We thank You for healing. We thank You for slowing us down. We thank You for providing us our daily needs — no more and no less. We thank You for being with us, listening to us, walking with us on this journey. We thank You for the support of our family and friends … for seeing the extraordinary in the ordinary — sunrises, sunsets, flowers, kids laughing, adventures, good news amid the bad news. We know we can come to You with our concerns and they will be heard. Through Christ all things are possible. We lift up those family members and friends who are battling various physical, emotional, financial, career or spiritual issues and ask not for Your guidance and healing (although that would be welcomed) but to keep reminding us we are not alone in our battles. Specifically we lift up Joe, Angelina, Grace, Carly, Kristeen, William, Ary, Noelle, Karen, Dale, Juan, and all those needing Your healing touch. We pray for the families of all those You have called home. We grieve … You celebrate. We pray for obedience to Your Will so Your “Son” Light shines through us through the power of the Spirit. And we come to You through the confidence of the words taught by Your Son Jesus. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.

Keep your joys and concerns coming. They have been and will be included during my prayer time and I trust they will be on your lips as well as you approach the altar. All it takes is a couple of keystrokes under the “Contact Me” button on the top bar {or to the right if you’re not a follower yet}. I hope it becomes your best friend as you navigate around the site so we can all be viable prayer warriors. You can also comment or reach me at wisdomfromafather@gmail.com.

THOUGHT TO REMEMBER: Pray before you overthink.





Posted in Prayer-Care-Share | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 4 Comments

Five Minute Friday: Rush

Here is this week’s Five Minute Friday exercise.

I’ve said many times, it’s not the day, but the discipline. It doesn’t matter whether it’s Friday {the chosen date for most}, Saturday, Sunday or the middle of next week. The community responds to carve out five minutes of unscripted writing, post it, link up at our special community on Facebook at fiveminutefriday.com and encourage our writing neighbors as we visit and see their take on the common prompt.

Lately, I’ve also been sharing some of those experiences as chronicled in Five Minute Friday: A Collection of Stories Written in Five Minutes Flat. This week, I’ll share the word from Alia. I hope her words inspire you to join our writing club.

“I was a writer long before I was ever so bold as to claim that name for myself. I believed, as many do, that it was something you have to earn with book sales or a paycheck or a degree from a fancy university. But I had words coiled up inside me that would leak from my pen by lamplight that would one day be packed up in a nondescript cardboard box labeled journals and placed next to the camping equipment in the garage. I was a girl who saw a storied world, with metaphors and symbolism and words that felt like warm honey on my tongue. And when I ventured to the screen, I worried, as writers are prone to, that my words were not enough, that I might not be enough. I spent a lot of time hovering over backspace and I hit publish with shaky fingers. I feared the deafening silence and the gathering crowds with equal measure. I longed for a place to write the way I did when the journals were scribbled in and no one was going to call me out as a fraud, but I didn’t want to be alone anymore. I wanted a place where I could write too many words or too few and not worry if they were the right ones. And when I found FMF and they promised I could just come, that showing up was the battle and doing it scared was brave, I found my fingers would fly across the keys. I wrote things that made me cringe, and others that made me believe I was born for this. And I found a community that would cheer either way. I learned that writers write and the first step is showing up. I leaned to call myself a writer in those five minutes every Friday. I learned to write free.

There you go. The word this week is RUSH. The timer is set for five minutes, so let’s GO…

Rush. Rush. Rush. We rush to grow up. We rush through assignments. We get caught in the morning or evening rush. We’re constantly rushing through life … especially at this time of year.

Take a deep breath. Take another. How abut if we stop rushing and take some time to just enjoy the life we have?

Now, I am as guilty as the next person. For years, I was rushing at breakneck speed to advance in life and in career. I put family and life on hold while I rushed to the next project, the next story, the next career move. It took some personal losses — and the benefit of just plain aging and observing — to realize I had it all backwards.

Instead of rushing through life — literal life and prayer life — take time this season — especially this season — to savor the often hidden innocence and beauty of the world and circumstances we are in. Stop for a moment. Look around. Listen to the tugs of your heart. Take the time to appreciate what we have, wherever we are, … STOP

... in whatever circumstances we are in. To borrow and paraphrase a few cliches, stop and smell the roses, look for the extraordinary in the ordinary, count your blessings, and give thanks for the NOW to the Creator who has placed us here.

THOUGHT TO REMEMBER: I have a great ambition to die of exhaustion rather than boredom.

Posted in Five Minute Friday | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 5 Comments

Did I Miss Christmas?

A month ago, it seemed {at least to me} all things Christmas, 24/7. Ads. Radio Stations. Television programming. Twinkling lights.Even town and village Christmas decorations.

Then came Thanksgiving. And something changed. Maybe it’s been the geography. After all, Kentucky is not quite the winter wonderland as my northern stops. There is still Christmas — but it’s not 24/7. Life goes on. There are ads, not just the glitz and glitter of Christmastime pitches but everyday advertising as well {or I might be more conscious of them}. You can find all-Christmas radio stations, but other stations are continuing to play their regular playlist, perhaps with a Christmas song or two thrown in. There is always Hallmark and Lifetime for the Christmas fix, although I admit I haven’t watched a Christmas movie since just crossing the Ohio River {Hallmark executives, don’t count this lapse against me}. There are some twinkling light shows around — including one right around the corner — but I don’t see carloads heading there. I’m sure towns and villages have community decorations. Fountain Square Park in downtown Bowling Green, KY, had lights on the trees and festive decorations over the arch … but it was daytime when I visited so I couldn’t appreciate them as much. Even in my son’s residential neighborhood, a circle with close to 100 homes, I haven’t spotted one — not one — even modestly decked out in Christmas attire. I  have spotted some straggling pumpkins, though.

Now, don’t get me wrong. I’m a Christmas all year long type of guy. But Wednesday I found myself watching the impeachment hearings {yawn, yawn, zzzZZZ} when I could have logged into Hallmark. Even this morning I had the congressional activity and reaction as my background  noise {really! … not political?} instead of a music channel piping in Yuletime music.

I don’t what to make of it. Have I just hit the Christmas wall? Did the season peak too early? Am I alone? Your thoughts?

THOUGHT TO REMEMBER: Life can be really hard sometimes, really amazing sometimes, uplifting, heartbreaking, thrilling, boring, lame, terrifying, sometimes … sometimes …  sometimes …

Posted in life & love | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 6 Comments

Midweek Mirth

One of the misconceptions about being a Christian is non-Christians think we don’t know how to have fun or have a sense of humor. Trust me, if the Big Guy can have a sense of humor when it comes to dealing with us mere mortals, so can we.

The difference for Christians is we don’t have to debase ourselves or others to generate a smile. Laughter at life or ourselves is a gift from God.

So, let’s smile a little!

The Doctor’s Story

Several years ago, a doctor was having one of those days when he wondered whether he should have stayed in bed. He was running late and had a headache. He entered the next examining room with a little less than his usual enthusiasm only to find his next patient had set him up. He had stretched out on the examining table, took the sheet that was provided and pulled it over his body. He then stuck a sign on his chest that simply stated: “TOO LATE!”

And now for the bonus — with a Christmas twist …

It’s Science

Professor Stein was lecturing his physics class. “Molecules can be split into atoms. Can molecules be broken down any further?”

A pupil replied, “I’m not certain, but a sure way to find out would be to mail some of them in a Christmas package marked ‘fragile.’ ”

THOUGHT TO REMEMBER: A good laugh heals a lot of hurts. — Madeleine L’Engle

Posted in midweek mirth | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Book Blitz

My publicist suggested I participate in a book blitz. Being a publishing neophyte, I wasn’t quite sure what a “book blitz” was exactly. I knew it was a promotional tool aimed at getting your book and your name in front of people outside your circle. Book tours are virtual tours where a book is promoted for a determined period of time — in this case, a week — makings virtual stops on different blogs. The stop can be an interview, a review, or just a simple promotion of the book.

Cat (Lyon Media Service), my publicist, suggested Enticing Journey Book Promotions, so I checked them out. The ladies at Enticing Journey sold me. Their relatively inexpensive blog tour included invitations to book bloggers in my genre to participate; manage participation; set  review guidelines, master schedule, excerpts, social media links, author bio, story synopsis, and buy links; and promote the tour on a variety of platforms –Facebook,  Instagram, Pinterest, Tumblr, Twitter, and their website.

I have no idea whether the latest experiment will be successful, but I do know it will reach thousands of eyes I would not normally be able to reach. Ena and Amanda contacted me over the weekend with the tentative schedule of stops. There are 87 visits set up next week, Dec. 9-13. More bloggers can sign in from there, including at Cat’s site.

From my standpoint, I want to thank Catherine, Ena and Amanda for all their hard pre-blitz work and encouragement. Of course, I want to thank those brave bloggers who are willing to take a chance on me. And I ask each of you to visit some of those blogs, to like {if you’re so inclined} and show support.

I’ll keep you posted.

Following is the schedule I have as of today:

Dec. 9

A Wonderful World of Words joyffree.blogspot.com/ and facebook.com/joy.dibiasegiachino

Angela’s Opinion — angelasopinion.wordpress.com and facebook.com/angela.gibbs.5680

Bibliophile Bestie, Ashley Alexander, Marissa White or Jennifer Lubow — instagram.com/bibliophilebesties3 and facebook.com/groups/110021559696304/

Bloom & Buck Book Blog, Jamie Buck — facebook.com/BloomAndBuck/

Book-Lover, Lucii Dixon — instagram.com/bookloverblog14 and facebook.com/BookLoverBlog2014/

BookBistroBlog — bookbistroblogger.blogspot.com bookbistroblogcom.wordpress.com and facebook.com/groups/BookBistroBlog

Books lover — romancebooksmania.blogspot.com/ and facebook.com/BooksLoverr/

Buried Under Books – buriedbybooks1.com and facebook.com/buriedunderbooksblog

Creative Dreamer — brigiddowney.com and facebook.com/BrigidWriter/

cupcakesandbookshelves, Jayne — cupcakesandbookshelvesblog.wordpress.com and facebook.com/cupcakesandbookshelves/

Everything But The Books — blogeverythingbutthebooks.com/ and facebook.com/ebtbbrasil/

LBM Book Blog — lifebooksandmore.blogspot.com and facebook.com/lifebooksandmore

mamalou’s book pimping, blog and reviews, Emma — bookbub.com/profile/4014446646 and facebook.com/groups/173687110103077/

Mythical Books, Cremona — mythicalbooks.blogspot.com/ and facebook.com/MythicalBooks/

Nicole’s Book Musings, Nicole — nicolesbookmusings.blogspot.com and facebook.com/nicolebookmusings

Reading Is Our Satisfaction Blog, Maria — facebook.com/ReadingIsOurSatisfactionBlog/

Sexy Books & Sarcasm — facebook.com/groups/233348527345646 and facebook.com/Sexy-Books-Sarcasm-248727192532684/

Spunky n Sassy Promotions & Reviews, Tracey — facebook.com/snspromotionsandreviews/

The Romance Reporter — facebook.com/theromancereporter

Valerie Ullmer | Romance Author Valerie Ullmer — valerieullmer.com and facebook.com/valerieullmer.author

Dec. 10

2 chicks and a book — facebook.com/2chicksandabook

All Things Dark & Dirty — allthingsdarkanddirty.wordpress.com and facebook.com/allthingsdarkanddirty

Bangor Belle Book Besties — facebook.com/Bangor-Belle-Book-Besties-981479905238992/

Book Club Gone Wrong, Natalie — bookclubgonewrong.weebly.com/ and facebook.com/Bookclubgonewrong/

Bookluvin Rose Reads — bookluvinrosereads.blogspot.com/ and facebook.com/BookluvinRoseReads/

bookscoopular — bookscoopular.home.blog/ and facebook.com/bookscoopular/

Cat’s Guilty Pleasure — facebook.com/catherinewrightbooks

Educated Book Freak — educatedbookfreak.wordpress.com

Kiss N’Tale Blog, Wendy and Gloria — facebook.com/kissntaleblog/

Lucky 13 Book Reviews and News– facebook.com/lucky13bookreviews/

My Book Obsession — mybookobsession1.blogspot.com and facebook.com/mybookobession

Read. Review. Repeat. — readreviewrepeat00.blogspot.com and facebook.com/pages/Read-Review-Repeat/391436337681330

Sally Mieske — instagram.com/sallymieske/

Southern Babes Book Blog — facebook.com/southernbabesbookblog

The Art of Reading — facebook.com/theartofreadingohio/ and facebook.com/ashley.estep.148

Tiffany Bookluver Blog — facebook.com/tiffanybookluver/

Warrior Woman Winmill — petulareadsromance.blogspot.com and facebook.com/WarrriorWomanWinmill/

Dec. 11

A Little Book Love — aliciafreeman40.wordpress.com/ and facebook.com/aliciareadsblog/

Beyond the Covers Blog Carrie — beyondthecoversblog.blogspot.com and facebook.com/BTCBlogs/

Book rampage — facebook.com/Bookrampage/

Books and Choccies Na — facebook.com/booksandchoccies/

Bourbon, Bikes, and Books — bourbonbikesandbooks.blog and facebook.com/bourbonbikesandbooks/

cheekypee reads and reviews, Philomena — cheekypeereadsandreviews.blogspot.co.uk/ and facebook.com/cheekypeepimpsyourbooks/

Ever Growing Book Obsession — facebook.com/evergrowingbookobsession/

Laura Lu’s Book Reviews — lauralusbookreviews.blogspot.com/ and facebook.com/DaffyGirl

Mabkenyie Reads — mabkenyiebibliophile.wordpress.com and facebook.com/mabkenyiereads/

Nerdy Dirty & Flirty, Jessica — nerdydirtyandflirty.blogspot.com/ and facebook.com/nerdydirtyandflirty

Readers World Book Haven, Julie — facebook.com/readers.worldbookhaven/

Sassy Southern Book Blog — sassysouthernbook.blogspot.de and facebook.com/sassysouthernbookblog/

Sparklin Reads — facebook.com/sparklinreadsreviewernblog/ and facebook.com/consuelo.marron

TBR Book Blog — tbrbookblog.com and facebook.com/TBRBookBlog/

The Broke Book Lover — theoliviaelizalde.wordpress.com/blog/ and facebook.com/theoliviaelizalde/

Wonder Tre Reads — facebook.com/WTReads/

Dec. 12

AJ Book Remarks — ajbookremarks.com/ and facebook.com/AJsbookremarks

Ayala&book — facebook.com/Ayalabook-111596780240639/ and facebook.com/ayala.neaman

Book Boyfriend Kidnappers, Anonymous, Katie S. — krosarioatc.wixsite.com/bbkablog and facebook.com/Bookboyfriendkidnappers/

Bookhookers book blog — bookhookersbookblog.blogspot.com and facebook.com/BookHookersBookblog/

books4life from Liverpool — facebook.com/books4lifefromLiverpool/

Cassie’s Book Addicts — cassiesbookaddicts.blogspot.com and amazon.com/gp/profile/amzn1.account.AEHS443XTMNSX4TNW2YYLWND6FTQ/

Ebook Indulgence, Kat — facebook.com/Ebookindulgence/

Hope. Dreams. Life… Love, Elaine Cantrell — elainepcantrell.blogspot.com and twitter.com/ElaineCantrell

Jeri’s Book Attic — jerisbookattic.com and facebook.com/JerisBookAttic

K & R’s Dark Angels Book Blog — facebook.com/KrisDarkAngels/

Live Through Books Blog — livethrubooks.blogspot.com/ and facebook.com/LiveThroughBooksBlog/

Mom Reads to Escape Reality — momreadstoescapreality.blogspot.com/ and facebook.com/momblogger76/

OMGReads, Jessica — omgreads.com/blog/ and facebook.com/OMGReads/

Romance: Research and Analysis — romanceresearchanalysis.blogspot.com and twitter.com/SophiaTriad

Sinful Swag and Sass, Jill — facebook.com/Sinful-Swag-and-Sass-895702760492964/

Tasha Talks Books Blog — amazon.com/gp/profile/amzn1.account.AHLFA3XB23FH4VA32P3LQNWSZN3A/ and facebook.com/TASHATALKSBB/

Three Twisted Beauties — facebook.com/threetwistedbeautiesblog

Trouble Maker’s Library — troublemakerslibrary.com and facebook.com/troublemakerslibrary/

Dec. 13

Abibliophobia Anonymous Book Reviews — abibliophobiaanonymous.blogspot.com/ and  facebook.com/AbibliophobiaAnonymous/

Angels with Attitude Book Review, Joelle — angelswithattitudebookreviews-joelle.blogspot.com/ and facebook.com/Angels-With-Attitude-Book-Reviews-145476262231326/

Bleeding On Paper — facebook.com/ibleedonpaper/

BookBoleyn Reads  — bookboleyn.wordpress.com and facebook.com/AnaBoleynBookJunkie

Books Make Addicts — facebook.com/Books-Make-Addicts-100165518062802

Busy Bumble Bee Book Reviews Wednesday — facebook.com/BusyBumbleBeeBookReviews

Cat Lyon’s Reaing Den — anauthorandwriterinprogress.wordpress.com/  facebook.com/CatsReadingDen/ and twitter.com/kitcatlyon

Digital Dirty Girl Book Blog — digitaldirtygirlbookblog.blogspot.com/ and facebook.com/DigitalDirtyGirlBookBlog/

Iron Canuck Reviews & More, Christine Woinich — ironcanuckreviews.home.blog/ and facebook.com/ironcanuckreviews/
Janise’s Jivin Book Blog — janisejivinbookblog.com and facebook.com/janisejivinbookblog/

Little Shop of Readers – littleshopofreaders.com/ and facebook.com/LittleShopofReaders/

melisbooksandcoffee — instagram.com/melisbooksandcoffee/

Nikitasbookreviews — instagram.com/nikitasbookreviews/ and facebook.com/nikitasbookreviews/

Real Talk Book Talk, Abrianna — realtalkbooktalk.blogspot.com and facebook.com/realbooktalk

Simply Honest Reviews — simplyhonestreviewsblog.wordpress.com/ and facebook.com/SimplyHonestReviews

T’s Stuff — tsstuff.net and facebook.com/tsstuffreviews

The Power of Three Readers, Jennifer Pierson — facebook.com/ThePowerofThreeReaders/

The Sassy Nerd Blog — facebook.com/thesassynerd89

THOUGHT TO REMEMBER: Have a good day.


Posted in Readin', Ritin' & Rithmetic | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments