Good Reads Tuesday: Making it Home

I love a good book, an easy read and something to absorb. That said, I'm SUPER bad at finishing books that don't have a great story line, are biographies, historic or factual. I just. can't. do. it.

However, I try. Making it Home, by Emily T Wierenga, is one of those that I chose to try. It came up on Amazon under my suggested reads from what I had purchased or what I had in my cart (can I get a hands up for all of my fellow "fill the cart until I can buy it" friends?!) aaaaand my mother in law got it for me this Christmas.

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I was not disappointed, in fact, I finished it in two days. It is phenomenal. Emily's writing style is conversational and moves along at a fast pace. It's as if you are sitting across from her at your kitchen table and you just asked her to answer the question, "what's your story?"

I laughed, I cried, it moved me Bob...(any Veggie Tales fans out there?!) Seriously though, I had all the emotions. I could relate, I could connect with where her heart was coming from. I cannot adequately describe how much I love this book and connected with the heart of it.

It is amazing how deeply we can connect when the center of everything is Jesus.

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For those of you that have struggled with "making it home" I encourage you to read this one. If you can't purchase your own copy, I will send you mine. It is that good - I'm a book hoarder so you know it's gotta be good if I'm willing to pass mine along.



What's the best book that you've read lately? I'd love to know!

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