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Book Review: He’s Making Diamonds

Book cover on the left features a diamond shaped mountain with title He's making Diamonds by Sarah Willoughby above. The Title and author name appear in text on the right.

Geared towards teens suffering with chronic illness, this book aims to answer some of those tough questions believers often find themselves asking when things seem to be falling apart. This is Sarah Willoughby's debut work, and I think she has done a great job of highlighting God's heart and love for us even in the midst of suffering.

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Book Review: Nobody’s Girl, By Tania Crosse

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I'm so excited to share this heartwarming story with you today! Nobody's Girl by Tania Crosse is a fantastic book full of family drama, tragedy, friendship and love. You will follow wonderfully relatable characters through the most trying times of their lives - prepare to be transported on a rollercoater of emotional events. Loved this book!

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Book Review: Annabeth’s War, by Jessica Greyson

Book Review, Annabeth's War By Jessica Greyson, ChronicallyHopeful

In my first book review I'm sharing my thoughts on this lovely novella by Jessica Greyson. Annabeth's War was her debut work and it happens to be the first book I read from beginning to end on my new Kindle! It's an exciting tale of a young girl's quest to save her loved ones and her country from an evil Lord that has his eyes on the throne while the King is away at war and the fascinating characters she meets along the way.

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The Paleo-ketogenic Cookbook, by Dr Sarah Myhill

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Dr Myhill's latest book arrived in the mail today! It's a Paleo-ketogenic cookbook called "The PK Cookbook - Go Paleo-Keto and get the best of both worlds". I managed to get a copy on early release and love what I've seen so far.

I've been so excited to get this book and have already skimmed through it today, highlighting and sticking post-it notes all over the place! So far I like all the information I've seen, explanations about both the Paleo and the Keto ways of eating and why they would benefit us.

There are lots of charts, lists and scientific explanations sprinkled throughout the book as well as some jokes and quotes. Dr Myhill's personality comes through in her writing and makes her books fun to read. There are no coloured photographs or glossy pages, just the good stuff, the stuff that matters.

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