Walking on Sunshine

It’s lovely to be participating in this meme again this week.  I’ve continued to be ill but am getting lots of support from my medical team.  One of them suggested I make a point of going to Confession.  I did and what a difference it has made to me!

I have three books to share with you this week:

Books Read & Reviewed:

  1. Caryn Dahlstrand Rivadeneira –  Grumble Hallelujah – 2011/042
  2. Johnnie Moore – Honestly – 2011/043
  3. Joshua Harris – I Kissed Dating Goodbye – 2011/044
I think my favourite from the set is Johnnie Moore’s.  I read it when I was feeling really depressed and found it a great comfort and consolation.  Of course, getting a really nice note from him when he’d read my review didn’t hurt either!

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Comments on: "Sunday Snippets–A Catholic Carnival" (1)

  1. I will pray for your and healing from your health issues, Laura.

    I read “I Kissed Dating Goodbye” several years ago; but not the other two books you mention. I enjoyed the review for “Honestly” and just added it to my list of books I want to read. 🙂

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