Review of Mess to Majesty

Do you feel you are a mess and can't let anyone know? Not even God? A quick devotional filled with imagination and inspiration. Each week begins with a Biblical fiction story of a woman in the Bible: the woman at the well, the woman with an issue of blood, woman with alabaster box, and Mary, the mother of Jesus.

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Review of Dear Mr. Knightly by Katherine Reay

I reviewed Katherine Reay’s latest release (the Printed Letter Bookshop) last week. When I saw the opportunity to review her newest, I was really excited because my first experience with her novels made such a good impression on me. That first experience while reading Dear Mr. Knightley is what I will describe now:

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Review of the Printed Letter Bookshop by Katherine Reay

The POV is unique in that each chapter has not one, not two, but three distinct first-person POVs. We get the story from Madeline's, Janet's, and Claire's perspectives. The author does a wonderful job of keeping these voices distinctive. I want to re-read this book later and see if I can just read each person's story from beginning to end (just from Madeline's perspective, then just from Janet's perspective, and then just from Claire's perspective). It was almost like having three stories in one, though they did intertwine quite a bit.

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