A Traveler's Advisory: Stories of God's Grace Along the Way by Marcia Laycock
Enjoying this book because it takes you to a lot of different places. Love how the author uses Bible passages in everyday life events and explains them so you can understand.
She chooses many 'hard' times, 9/11, etc Loved hearing of all the sights, even in nature as they presented themselves on the journey.
Amazed at all the different locations and the descriptions of the places. The connection to religion is out there, you won't have to look for it. Liked hearing of all the traditions in each place they traveled to, made you feel like you were there.
Foreign words are explained in the contents. Lots of hope in this book.
I was given the book by the author via Book Fun (The Book Club Network) and this is my honest review
Hot And Dangerous by Desiree Holt is doubly delicious! This book holds two complete, unrelated stories.
Escape The Night is Gus and Anya's story. There is plenty of drama, action, sizzle and humor to keep readers glued to this story.
Dancing With Danger is Rachel and Gabriel's story. The action, humor and smoking hot sexy bits will keep the pages flying.
Both of these stories have amazing, lovable characters. I loved reading Hot And Dangerous and can't wait for my next book by Desiree Holt. Both of these stories are complete stories, not cliff-hangers.
I voluntarily read a copy of this book that I received from BookFunnel.
This is a set of short stories for those that like to be made to think whilst being entertained. Each story draws us to different views of our sentient being, and may well work differently for individual readers with differing life experiences. In my case, ‘Conflict’ was the story that resonated most deeply for me. This is a book that clearly sits on the contemporary fiction, literary, shelves, a vague classification though it is. Perhaps I may build a shelf labelled contemporary fiction musings.
So then, this isn’t a set of adrenal thrills, isn’t all about those fashion icons, plot and character, though Halpenny certainly writes with style as he pulls us deep into different fictional consciousnesses. This is reading for those that like nutritious input rather than the crude modern hits of sugar salt and hot pepper. There is a thread of sorts through these stories, that being the nature of reality.
These aren’t the classic short stories for a half-conscious read on the commute to work. They need quiet time and certainly benefit from undivided concentration. They are worthwhile stories for possibly short, but always deep, quiet moments.