January 10, 2020

Book Review: I Go With God

Book Title: I Go With God
Author: Jill Ferrie
Publisher: Ferrietales
Publisher Date: June 6, 2018 (36 Pages, HardCover)
Genres: Children,
Age Target: 4-9 year olds
Prayer is the superpower! A young boy discovers that God's angel messages come to help him through prayer-when he wakes up feeling sick the day of his friend's big party. God's angels also give him the right thoughts he needs to help his pet fish. The boy quickly learns he can pray to God anytime, anywhere because God is Spirit and is always with him. So help is always at hand.
Discliamer: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher through the BookCrash.com book review program. The opinions I have expressed are my own and my honest review.
I Go With God is a good decent book for young children. The pictures are clear and tell the story. The plot I believe the story is being sick and prayer. Then again it could be just about Prayer.

This little boy seems to learn some things and that asking god is a good thing to do. It also seems to be something you may be able to go anywhere. The pictures are the story. The message is that you can pray to go and ask for help.

It book that could to read your child or children. They can learn about faith and prayer. This is what I got mostly from the book. The angel thing is sweet and I got that they could be helpful though. The concept of them angels maybe what a bit confusing. The idea was not to bad. The angels' message on one of the pages is really good. I understood that and the rhyming of it. Done well.

The art is clear. You get the boy want to help himself and also his pet fish. He asking the one for that help. The topic is decent and something any child or children would go through. That sadness and being sick.
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December 31, 2019

Yearly Wrap up: 2019 Year

Can you believe it the 2019 year is almost over? It is over at the stroke of Midnight. So let's see what I did for the whole 2019 year. Did I do better with the gender gap with more female vs Male? Did I do more of my favorite or did Mix it up this year. You can take a look at my graphs for this year. Along with my monthly wrap-ups. I will be using those wrap up for some stats for some graphs.

I was able to completely read 54 books this year. My goal was 31 books. That is 23 books over my goal. The Total of Pages read for the year 10,348 Pages, 33 Hours and 33 Mins.

Books Read in 2019: Book Title (In Order of being read)

The Christmas Story of Light
Woman of Courage: Collector's Edition
A House for a Mouse
Colorfull
Eye Of The Eagle
The Haunting of Hillwood Farm
The Forgiving Jar
A Song for Bellafortuna
Storm Proof
Trials amd Trails
The Fourth Courier
Mending Fences
Sonya Sahni and the first Grade - Its International Day
The High Court
Secrets of Cavendon
Winter Frost
Counter Punch
Crimes Past
Dead Gold
It Murder, My Son
An Amish Family
With Winters First Frost
A Silken Thread
The Thirteenth Guardian
The Brides of the Big Valley
Real Murder
The Healing Jar
The Root Of Murder
Great & Small Prayers For Babies
Night Night Bible Stories
The Inn at Hidden Run
Found In Time
Gertrude and Toby Meet the Wolf
Max and Dax Meet
The Last Thing She Said
The Heart of A King
Over the River and Though the Woods
Are We Still Friends?
God Gave Us the Bible: Forty-Five Favorite Stories for Little Ones
The Magic Sapphire
The Lost Pulse
The Statue of Anubis
An Amish Christmas Bakery
Snowfall at Moonglow
Ted the Friendly Frog and the Tale of the Diamond
Ted the Friendly Frog and the Race at Golden Lake
Ted the Friendly Frog and Santa Frog
The Society of Exraordinary Raccon Society
The Perfect Christmas
The Society of Extraordinary Raccoon Society on Boasting
Claudette's Miraculous Motown Adventure
Which Shape Should I Be?
Christmas In London
The Bleikovat Event
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My shortest book for the year which is "Great and Small Prayers for Babies" by B&H Kids and my longest book for this year is "The Brides of the Big Valley" by Wanda E. Brunsetter. My average Length by Goodreads is 209 Pages.


My most Popular book this year is "The Forgiving Jar" by Wanda E. Brunsetter with 997 people want to read. My least popular book "Ted the Friendly Frog and the Race of Golden Lake" by Scott McCall.


My List of authors for this year. There a lot of them. Let see a total of them below. Then I will tell you who was my favorite author this year. I will be able to tell you my Female vs Male Author in pie form.

Books Read in 2019: By Author

B&H Kids2
Barbara Taylor Bradford1
Carol McLeod1
Chris Ledbetter1
Dorena Williamson1
Hawk MacKinney2
Jim Halverson1
Kathleen Fuller1
Kathryn Knight1
Kelly Irvin1
Kim Vogel Sawyer1
KM Lewis1
Lauren Carr6
Ora Smith1
Patrice William Marks1
Rebecca Westberg1
Sharon Buchbinder1
Soma Mandal1
Suzanne Woods Fisher1
Timothy Jay Smith1
Vincent B. Chip LoCoco1
Wanda E. Brunsetter4
Olivia Newport1
JK Kelly2
Shari Tharp1
Marissa Shortt1
Jill Eileen Smith1
Randall Goodgame3
Lisa Tawn Bergren1
Alba Arango2
Scott McCall3
Anita Hughes1
Bell Renshaw1
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My Top 5 Authors were for 2019.
  1. Lauren Carr (6 Books)
  2. Wanda Brunstter (4 Books)
  3. Randall Goodgame (3 Books)
  4. Scott McCall (3 Books)
  5. JK Kelly (2 Books)
As you can see that is my list of authors by amount I read. You see my Top 5 Authors for this year. I read 54 books and have 31 Total authors. I have read few books by a couple of authors. I like that by far. You can see what my favorite authors were this year.

For my Genre of book i enjoyed this year seem to be "Mystery" 8 books (34.3%). This seem about fair given that Lauren Carr is my top author with a total of 6 Books read. The next one is "Romance" with 8 books (22.9%), and then "Historical Fiction" with 7 (20%). My Top was "Other" with 19 Books but it not listed on this chart.

Those are my favorite to read by the way of fiction. Not in that order per say. I enjoy Children which falls in the Other section in this chart. Mystery is the next best for me. This year this chart is not complete right has some of the genres were missing in the chart.

The authors gender for me this year was clear. I read more female authors then male. Female authors read this year is a total of 36 (66.7%), Male authors read this year was 14 (25.9%), Both and NA came to 2 books a piece (3.7%). I did do this years though a pie chart to see what my percentage is more Female or Male? My key to this is using Female (F), Male (M), Combined (Both), I did not know (NA).



Almost but not quite there is my Series vs Standalone? How many books do you think you can read 29 Books in series and 25 Books that are considered Standalone. Series out wins Standalone this year.
that are not series or just standalone. I know I read more series books then I do standalone books. I know i read more series then standalone. But how many of each for this year? I have not clue. How many did i start and not finish or got a book that put me to starting a new series. Well lets find out, By looking at the pie chart. Well it looks like I have

I wondered how many of my books came in what format? Were they E-books or Paperback or audio-book or another format. Well thanks me keeping track and Google Sheets for helping figure out the numbers to correct my spreadsheet for making the right format for each of my books for this year in 2019.
For This year of 2019, I have seem to have read more Paperbacks. I had a total of 5 different formats this year. E-Book, Paperback, Hardcover, Audio-Book and Board Book. My E-books came next after Paperback. Which you can tell by the pie chart.

Now for my reviews for this year. I have read 54 books. Most of the reviews are up for this year. I will show you my first review for 2019 that got posted on Goodreads. That is "A Christmas Story of Light" by Ora Smith. I got this book as an E-book and Being on the book Tour. I enjoyed it.

My favorite book that really enjoyed reading and it was out of my Book Tour books was "Over the River and Though the Woods". It was one of my better reads. do not get me wrong when I say that this is one of my favorites reads. It was on one of my top reads for 2019. If would suggest you read my review of "Over the River and Though the Woods". Winter Frost is second, The Thirteenth Guardian come third to that.

My Top 5 Favorite Reviews: 2019 Year


  1. Winter Frost (Mystery, AudioBook Tour)
  2. The Forgiving Jar (Christian Fiction)
  3. The Haunting of Hillwood Farm (Mystery)
  4. The High Court ( Fantasy, Book Tour)
  5. The Inn at Hidden Run


There is only one that will be posted next year in 2020. That review is "The Bleikovat Event" by Hawk MacKinny. This book is on book tour here in 2020. That book was my last review posted on Goodreads for 2019 even though it not stating that in my year of books. If you want to see the full review or get a copy of it though my blog please wait for the blog post to go live here in 2020. There is a giveaway for this book i believe. Here is the one they are saying is my last review of the year


Here is my full list of blog post for the year of 2019. I hope you enjoy. Let Bring in 2020 with a blast. Happy New Year all. I hope You get more Book to enjoy in 2020.

Monthly Wrap up: December 2019
20 Best Books of a Decade (2010-2019)
Book Review: Christmas In London
Book Tour: An Amish Christmas Bakery
Book Review: Which Shape Should I Be?
Book Review: Claudette's Miraculous Motown Adventu...
Book Review: The Society of Extraordinary Raccoon ...
Book Review: The Perfect Christmas
Book Tour: Snowfall at Moonglow by Deborah Garner ...
Monthly Wrap Up: November 2019
Book Tour / Review: Over the River and Though The ...
Book Tour: The Last Thing She Said by Lauren Carr ...
Book Review: The Society of Extraordinary Raccoon ...
Book Review: Ted the Friendly Frog and Santa Frog
Book Review: Ted the Friendly Frog and the Race at...
Book Review: Ted the Friendly Frog and the Tale of...
Monthly Wrap up: October 2019
Book Review: The Statue of Anubis by Alba Arango
Book Review; The Lost Pluse by J.K Kelly
Book Tour: The Root of Murder With Giveaway
Book Review: The Magic Sapphire by Alba Arango
Book Review: God Gave Us the Bible by Lisa Tawn Be...
Book Review: Are We Still Friends? By Randall Good...
Book Spotlight: C.R. Richards and CREED OF THE GUA...
Book Review: The Heart of A King
Win 10 Halloween Books Giveaway
Monthly Wrap up: September 2019
Audiobook Tour / Review: Real Murder by Lauren Car...
Book Review: Max and Dax Meet
Book Review: A Cousin's Promise
Book Review: Gertrude an Toby Meet the Wolf
Book Review: Found In Time By JK Kelly
Monthly Wrap up: August 2019
Book Review: The Inn at Hidden Run by Olivia Newpo...
Book Review: Night Night Bible Stories
Book Review: Great & Small Prayers for Babies
Book Review: The Healing Jar by Wanda E. Brunsetet...
Book Review: The Brides of the Big Valley by Wanda...
Monthly Wrap Up: July 2019
Book Review: Going Home
Book Review: White Christmas Pie
Book Review: Anna's Crossing by Suzanne Woods Fish...
Monthly Wrap up: June 2019
Book Review: A Silken Thread By Kim Vogel Sawyer
Book Review: Rookie Privateer
Audiobook Tour: It Murder, My Son by Laren Carr wi...
Book Review: The Thirteenth Guardian by K.M. Lewis...
Book Review: With Winter's First Frost by Kelly Ir...
Monthly Wrap up: May 2019
Audiobook Tour: Crime Past by Lauren Carr with Giv...
Book Review: An Amish Family by Kathleen Fuller
Book Review: Dead Gold by Hank MacKinney With Give...
Audiobook Tour: Winter Frost by Lauren Carr with G...
In Memory of My Grandfather (Pappap)
Monthly Wrap up: April 2019
Book Tour: The High Court by Chris Ledbetter with ...
ARC Book Review: Counter Punch by Patrice Willaims...
Book Review: Secrets of Cavendon
Monthly Wrap up: March 2019
Book Tour: Trials and Trails by Jim Halverson with...
Book Tour: Storm Proof by Carol McLeod
Book Review: Mattie's Pledge
Book Review: Sonya Sahni and the first Grade - Its...
Book Review: Mending Fences By Suzanne Woods Fishe...
Book Review: The Fourth Courier With a Giveaway
Monthly Wrap Up: February 2019
Book Review: The Quieting by Suzanne Woods Fisher
Review: Where Courage Calls
Sponsored Post: Smashbomb Review
Grimms' Fairy Tales
Monthly Wrap up: January
Book Review: The Forgiving Jar by Wanda E. Brunste...
Book Review: A Song For Bellafortuna
Book Tour: Marine by Mark JG Fahey with Giveaway
Book Review: The Haunting of Hillwood Farm
Book Review: Eye Of The Eagle
Book Review: Colorfull
Book Review: A House for A Mouse
Book Review: Woman of Courage: Collector's Edition...
Review: A Christmas Story of Light
Want to read my Monthly Wrap up for 2019? Well just look below.

Monthly Wrap up:

January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December


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Monthly Wrap up: December 2019


December came in with fast and furious. The holidays wanted to be here fast. They came a upon us quickly. This could have been cause they are in the middle of a week. I got a total of 5 books done for this month. One book was sitting on my TBR List for more then a year. Finally able to read it.

I spent time celebrating my birthday and then the holidays. I was more getting ready for the holidays this month then anything. I also was doing a little bit more with 24 Task of the Festive Season. I also had two new Cousins born be for holidays as well. One in November and the other was born the day after my birthday.

I have giveaways going on my blog. Check my sidebar on my blog under "Giveaways".

Books Read in December:
  1. The Society of Extraordinary Raccoon Society on Boasting by Randall Goodgame
  2. Claudette's Miraculous Adventure by Claudette Robinson
  3. What Shape Should I Be? by BH Kids
  4. Christmas in London by Anita M. Hughes
  5. The Bleikovat Event (Vol I) by Hawk MacKinney (Book Tour / Review Coming January 31)
    My books really fell in 3 different genres for this month. They are in 4 different media categories I believe as well. They will be shown below.

    Books by Genre:
    1. Children - 3 Books
    2. Romance - 1 Book
    3. Science Fiction - 1 Book
    Books by Media Categories:
    1. Paperback - 2 Books
    2. Hard Cover - 1 Books
    3. E-Books - 1 Books
    4. Board Book - 1 Book
    I have read a total of 612 Pages, for the month of November. I finally am back to reading around what I think I can for a month.  The total for 2019 is 10,348 Pages and 34 Hours of Listening.

    Books by Pages Total:
    1. The Society of Extraordinary Raccoon Society on Boasting - 32 Pages
    2. Claudette's Miraculous Adventure - 42 Pages
    3. What Shape Should I Be? - 22 Pages
    4. Christmas in London - 288 Pages
    5. The Bleikovat Event (Vol I) - 228 Pages
    Total Pages by Month:
    1. January - 1,530 Pages
    2. February - 532 Pages
    3. March - 1,390 Pages
    4. April - 363 Pages, (about 16 Hours, Listening)
    5. May - 368 Pages, (about 10 Hours, Listening)
    6. June -  995 Pages
    7. July - 448 Pages, (about 8 Hours, Listening)
    8. August - 1,093 Pages
    9. September - 782 Pages
    10. October - 1,496 Pages
    11. November - 739 Pages
    12. December - 612 Pages

    Total books by Month:

    1. January - 8 Books
    2. February - 2 Books
    3. March - 5 Books
    4. April - 4 Books
    5. May - 2 Books
    6. June - 3 Books
    7. July - 2 Book
    8. August - 5 Books
    9. September - 4 Books
    10. October - 7 Books
    11. November - 7 Books
    12. December - 5 Books
     
    Favorite Book of the Month:

    My Review for Which Shape Should I Be
    It good babies to Toddlers. Ages 00/04 (Newborn to 4 year olds)
    A circle, a square—each shape everywhere . . . Can you choose which shape each picture should be? In this delightful concept board book, toddlers will giggle at the silliness of a square egg or a round star, all while learning to recognize nine shapes. And they’ll learn that God made each of us the perfect shape too!
    Want to buy: Amazon or Lifeway

    Book Haul of the Month:





    Book Challenges:
    - Goodreads Reading Challenge 54/31 Books (Completed)
    - Booklikes Reading Challenge 54/31 Books (Completed)
    - Fiction Addiction's Monthly Wrap up
    - Backlog of Reviews (4 Reviews) 2011 though 2018
    Bloggers Commenting Back
    Follow me and I follow back

    Giveaways:
    None





     Here is everything that been posted for the year. Some things have been will be posted later then when I read the book or reviewed it. Most cases this is when a book is on tour with me. The Book review may be posted later or a month or so done the line. I will gladly mark these when I read the book so you know.




        My Wrap Ups for the Year:

        1. January
        2. February
        3. March 
        4. April  
        5. May  
        6. June  
        7. July  
        8. August
        9. September
        10. October
        11. November
        What are your Reading?
        Gearing up for 2020?





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