Reviews by Connie Almony
On 6/2 Connie Almony wrote: I love this woman! And what a book! God Loves Broken People, by Sheila Walsh is a book about what it means to need and be saved by a Savior. Though this is the primary message of the Gospels, it still somehow gets lost in the rigmarole of church members struggling to be good little Christians, ... God Loves Broken People, by Sheila Walsh—A Review
On 3/28 Connie Almony wrote: In Dawn Comes Early, by Margaret Brownley, Kate Tenney comes to The Last Chance Ranch to become an heiress. Not by marrying a man of means, but, well, by not marrying any man. That and she has to work the ranch until the dirt is grinding through her veins. But being a novelist, whose written fanciful ... Dawn Comes Early--A Review
On 2/22 Connie Almony wrote: Cliques, Hicks and Ugly Sticks, by K.D. Mc Crite is the second in the Confessions of April Grace series about a middle-school girl traversing the difficult years between elementary and high school. She must deal with a variety of challenges, including a snooty neighbor who moves in with April’s family, ... Cliques, Hicks, and Ugly Sticks--A Review
On 11/9 Connie Almony wrote: Many readers will have heard of the original book Heaven is For Real, which though told by the young Colton Burpo, is written for adults. This is the picture book version for children, the story of a young boy who visited heaven while his parents were in the hospital waiting room, fearing for his life. It ... Heaven is For Real, For Kids--A Review
On 10/12 Connie Almony wrote: There You’ll Find Me by Jenny B. Jones is about a young woman still reeling from the death of her brother. A brother who’d devoted his life to help others and meant a great deal to her. So why would God take him from her? After acting out against this trauma, through extended over partying, Finley ... There You'll Find Me, by Jenny B. Jones--A Review
On 9/14 Connie Almony wrote: Cherished, by Kim Cash Tate, is a story about two women on different paths in their faith journey and how God brings them together to help them grow in Him. Kelli is a young woman whose faith had poured from her, through song, until she made a terrible decision which she felt separated her from God, ... Cherished--A Review
On 8/15 Connie Almony wrote: When I first saw the title of the book, Rumors of God by Darren Whitehead and Jon Tyson, I thought it would be about God’s work in the world around us. Stories of miracles in our daily lives. But that’s not ... Will You Be Part of God's Rumor Mill?