Girl Online on Tour is the sequel to Girl Online, both written by Zoe Sugg, AKA Zoella. This time around, Penny is still with her boyfriend Noah, the so-called “rock god.” Noah invites Penny to go on his European tour with him so they can spend the summer together. This book is clearly written for teenagers, but since I love Zoe and I enjoyed the first book, I thought I would give it a chance. To read my review on the first Girl Online book, click here.
Experiencing joy in the happy and exciting moments is undoubtedly easier than being thankful and joyful in the difficult moments. However, God calls us to find joy in ALL things. If we learn to grow from every experience we have and find more joy in the Lord through those times, that is definitely something to be joyful about. The book One Thousand Gifts helped shape and refine my view of what blessings are and how to be grateful for the small things, the big moments and the difficult situations.
Love is never stationary. In the end, love doesn’t just keep thinking about it or keep planning for it. Simply put: love does. – Bob Goff
Love Does is a book all about the act of love: the kind of love that goes beyond thoughts and feelings and goes deeper into the act of sacrifice and selflessness. The author, Bob Goff, uses many examples and stories from his own life and from those around him to demonstrate this kind of love in action. This book not only had me laughing and kept me intrigued, it also taught me a lot about the heart of God and the kind of life I should strive to live.
Books have such an incredible ability to take us away from our current lives and transport us to a faraway land, immersed in characters we grow to love and places we want to go. I have not done much traveling in my life, but I do love to read about adventures other people have had.
The Lost Girls is about three women (Jennifer Baggett, Holly Corbett and Amanda Pressner) from New York City who decide to escape reality for a year and go on an around-the-world trip.
April was an excellent month of reading for me. I discovered a non-fiction book, a memoir and a fiction story. I love reading, and the weather has been so nice lately that I have started reading outside on my patio. There’s nothing quite like sitting outside drinking iced tea, eating watermelon and reading a book. Yes please!
Keep reading for my thoughts on They Left us Everything, The Power of Habit and Someday, Someday Maybe.
I write monthly book reviews of the books I read the previous month as a way of keeping myself accountable to read more, to share good books with you, and to let you know when I come across books that were not worth my time. I also like to hear what you’ve been reading, so we have a little book club going here on the blog. I read quite a few amazing books in January and February, which you can check out in those posts, but the books I read in March did not quite measure up.
February will now be known as the month I discovered my new favourite novel! I read two novels and one nonfiction book last month. (I also read half of another nonfiction book, but I’m only counting books I finished as part of this month’s review) I love reading, and I love discovering new books, so take a look below to check out my “February Reads,” AKA the books I read in February.
If you read my January Goals, you’ll know one of my goals was to read 2 new books in January. I used to read a lot when I was younger, and I always loved it. This year I decided I wanted to get back into reading, and I am so glad I did. It is definitely a habit I plan to keep up. Anyways, I ended up reading four new books last month, all of which were good in very different ways.
Keep reading for my thoughts on my January Reads, AKA the books I read in January.