March 2, 2019

Monthly Wrap Up: February 2019

February is gone. The month we all dread even though it the shortest month of the year. It the last full month of winter. It does not always meant it the end of winter. March is a unpredictable month.

This month was not well in reading.  For me I was able to read 2 books in total for the month of February. I did get a sponsor / partner post written and posted. I also got 3 book review written that were backed up and posted. Most of my time was reading a book called "The Fourth Courier" by Timothy Jay Smith.

Books Read in February:

  1. Storm Proof by Carol McLeod
  2. Trials and Trails by Jim Halverson
My books really fall in different genres for this past month. They are in 2 different media categories I believe as well. They will be shown bellow.

Books by Genre:

  1. Non Fiction - 1 Books
  2. Historical Fiction - 1 Books

Books by Media Categories:

  1. E-Book - 1 Books
  2. Paperback - 1 Books
I have read a total of 532 Pages for the month of February, This is seem like a good amount for just one month. The total for 2019 is 2,062 Pages.

Books by Pages Total:

  1. Storm Proof - 256 Pages
  2. Trials and Trails - 276 Pages

Total Pages by Month:

  1.  January - 1,530 Pages
  2. February - 532 Pages

Total books by Month:

  1. January - 8 Books
  2. February- 2 Books

Do you want to read these books or get them for yourself.

Book Title: Storm Proof
Author: Carol McLeod
Genre: Christian, Christianity, Nonfiction
ISBN: 9781641232210
Publisher: Whitaker House
Publish Date: March 5, 2019 (256 Pages, e-book)

Go “storm chasing” through the pages of the greatest Book ever written! What storm has blown into your circumstances? Are you—or someone you love—suffering from the trauma of plans that have been washed away, relationships that have been uprooted, or security that has been devastated? Many believers have been known to ask, “God, where are You in this storm?” or, “Lord, did You send this storm into my life?” Just what does a believer do during a stormy season? StormProof: Weathering Life’s Tough Times tackles these and other tumultuous questions.
Author Carol McLeod is a storm survivor—more than that, a victor—over infertility, depression, and cancer. She understands the spiritual, emotional, and physical challenges of the trials we face in our lives. A gifted Bible teacher, she provides “life preservers” of hope and faith through the eternal, practical wisdom found only in God’s Word.
By examining key storms in the Bible, and the lives of those affected by them, Carol guides you to uncommon comfort for your own storms, offering the shelter of hope, joy, and faith. In StormProof, you will step out of the boat to walk the waves with Peter, knowing that Jesus always comes to be with you in the midst of your storms; you will be rocked aboard a wind-driven ship with the apostle Paul, in danger of being smashed against the rocks, but be preserved by God’s power; you will watch the gathering storm clouds with Noah, holding on to faith in God’s purposes. You will also experience Jonah’s self-inflicted tempest while affirming God’s unconditional love, sit in silence with Job and ponder his questions about the greatest storm of testing, and huddle with the disciples as their boat is swamped by surging waves—only to hear Jesus’s eternal words, “Peace, be still.” You will also hear about storms of harsh circumstances that others from recent history have encountered and overcome.
Storms are common in every season of life. Yet, for a believer in Christ, the damage such storms cause can be contained, depending on how we navigate their tumultuous waves. There is a way—a triumphant way—to encounter the fierce gales of life and then exit the tempests with strength and resilience. There is a definitive way to walk through the most devastating of circumstantial tornadoes and emerge with grace, empowered for the future. There is a way to be StormProof.
Disclaimer: I received this book free from Celebrate Lit for the tour stop
On Tour: March 17, 2019 @ Nighttime Reading Center
Want to Buy: Amazon

Book Title: Trials and Trails: Adventures and unexpected discoveries of life
Author: Jim Halverson
Genres: Adventures, Historical fiction, Cowboys, Slavery, Adult, Western
Publisher: Gail Force Publishing
Publish Date: January 2019 (276 Pages, Paperback)
ISBN: 9781732619401

With a past of slavery and compliance, LeRoy has learned to pick his battles carefully. Johnny B, a quick-tempered Sioux, is still learning to control his anger. When dangerous circumstances bond them together, the pair learn to navigate Reconstruction Era America and all its prejudices. They save an innocent man from hanging, reunite two old friends, assist in an honorable death for an elder Indian, and discover their worth as they steadily assimilate self-respect into their lives.
From Jim Halverson’s debut novel comes a tale of adventure, purpose, and the pursuit of self-actualization. Cowboys and psychology ride hand in hand, traveling a journey from living life on the edge to finding a place of belonging, joy, vulnerability, and distinction. Through trials along their trails, LeRoy and Johnny B transform people they meet, brand the world a better place, and reap the benefits.
Disclaimer: I receive copy of this book free though IRead Book Tours as a Tour Host.
On Tour: March 22, 2019 @Nighttime Reading Center w/Giveaway
Want to Buy: Amazon | Barnes & Noble | 

 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

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