Wednesday, December 28, 2016
#Spotlight and #Giveaway: The Woman At the Well by Rachel Tucker @fitgrl09 @iReadBookTours #Biblestudy #womenatthewell #selfdiscovery
Disclosure: I was asked to spotlight this book on behalf of the author. The following information has been given to me by the author ad iRead book tours which this spotlight is apart of.
Are you ready for a rigorous spiritual boot camp? This 4-week intensive Bible Study is about a journey of self discovery. One that will incite and ignite something amazing and wonderful in you. This is the story of how one person's transformation can create a massive wave of change for Jesus Christ in the world.
Buy the Bible Study: Amazon
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Rachel was born in Dayton Ohio to a already large family of 5. She was the baby of the family, and literally about killed her Mother on her entrance into the world. Rachel was the 5th child to a school teacher and truck driver and soon found herself as a child of a single Mom of 5 who was forced to work 3 jobs to support her children. So Rachel is no stranger to seeing and living what it means to be a virtuous woman, as she watched her Mother do it, and continue to do it. Rachel is a devoted wife, Mother of 4 and Founder of Women at the Well Ministries. She is an author and currently writing her first in-depth Bible Study. She has been the keynote speaker at Mother’s of Israel conference, and several of her local church’s women’s events.
Her passion is studying scripture and then teaching those lessons to others, with the goal that they will then turn around and pay it forward. Her #each one #teach one philosophy is her mission. She is passionate about helping women by giving them tools to help them break strong holds so they can pursue whatever the Lord has for them. So, training them up for the call! That is what spurred her ministry.
She knows that God didn’t create women to just sit around and get pedicures and swap recipes and tackle the dust bunnies everyday, but to be side by side with the men in fighting the war against evil and taking as many people to heaven with them as possible.
She now does life with her best friend, her husband Curt and will tell you, her children are the best kids on the earth. They love to do Bible studies together and love traveling with their family.
If she isn’t at home with her family, you will find her checking something off her bucket list! Her biggest so far would be competing in figure competitions, competing at the Arnold class in fitness, being in a beauty pageant representing her county as Mrs. Miami County in the Mrs. Ohio America pageant, and authoring a 30 day bible study devotional. And, she is only getting started.
She loves to weave her own personal stories in with her message, because she believes she is living her calling day by day, and sometimes it gets pretty funny!
Friday, December 16, 2016
#Spotlight & #Giveaway $50 Amazon Gift Card (ENDS 12/30): Captain Hawkins (The Jamie Hawkins Saga Book 1) by H. Peter Alesso #sci-fi
Disclosure: I agreed to spotlight this book and giveaway on behalf of the author and PB book tours. I am not responsible for the prize shipment or contents there of. ~Naila Moon
Jamie Hawkins was living on an obscure planet in the twenty third-century when on one fateful night--his life changed forever. His heroic effort to save the lives of innocent women and children, caught in the cross-fire of war, placed him squarely in the cross-hairs of avenging soldiers. Hawkins was stunned when his rescue effort was seen as treachery.
Unfairly convicted of treason by a corrupt judge, he was sentenced to life imprisonment at hard labor on an infamous penal colony. Once in prison, his courage and perseverance won him the admiration and trust of his fellow convicts.
While he was plotting his escape, an enemy attacked the planet--giving this daring warrior his chance. Together with his fellow prisoners, he launched a bold assault and high-jacked an enemy warship. From then on, Captain Jamie Hawkins and his ship the Indefatigable fought against a corrupt government--only to discover a mysterious alien presence behind the war.
As a scientist and author specializing in technology innovation, H. Peter Alesso has over twenty years research experience at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL). As Engineering Group Leader at LLNL he led a team of scientists and engineers in innovative applications across a wide range of supercomputers, workstations, and networks. He graduated from the United States Naval Academy with a B.S. and served in the U.S. Navy on nuclear submarines before completing an M.S. and an advanced Engineering Degree at M.I.T. He has published several software titles and numerous scientific journal and conference articles, and he is the author/co-author of ten books.
Tuesday, December 13, 2016
Note:Although the author requested a spotlight tour only, I am so impressed with this author for being so young and have written her own novel and published. She began the book when she was only in 8th grade. We should always encourage children to write and read. ~Naila Moon
Two months before Troye Saavedra’s senior year of high school, his father’s drinking problem skyrockets. When Troye’s parents make an impulsive move to Georgia in order to “help” him finish high school on a positive note, he is forced to leave behind everything he knows. Things couldn’t get worse for Troye. That is, until he meets three enigmatic teenagers: Adelaide, an independent violinist with radical ideas; Zaidan, fiercely loyal and always funny; and Arabella, a girl who harbors secret struggles. Together, the four friends try to pick up the jagged pieces of their lives without getting hurt themselves. An insightful tale of perseverance, Silence Interrupted is a young adult novel about the beauty and peril of traversing the world as a teenager.
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Sania Shaikh is a junior at Cambridge High School. Inspired to write from a young age, she worked on Silence Interrupted, her debut novel, starting in eighth grade.
Monday, December 12, 2016
Disclosure: I am not responsible for this giveaway, that is the sole responsibility of the author. This giveaway is part of a spotlight tour on behalf of the author that begins today, December 12, 2016. Please stop by all the bloggers associated with the spotlight, including me, on December 28th. TOUR INFORMATION
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Thursday, December 8, 2016
Review: David Travels to the Past by Gonzalo Martinez de Antonana & Maria Jose Mosquera @editorialsaure @iReadBookTours #graphicnovel #education
David is a young and restless apprentice painter who wants to know everything about painting. His intelligent teacher, the Master Messina, invents a way of transporting David through time to prehistory. They go there looking for the origins of art, but once they are there nothing will be as they thought.
In a second adventure they travel towards the unknown art of Mesopotamia. This time they won´t go alone. The sympathetic and intelligent Angela will travel to the past with them bringing her particular point of view.
I am not someone who generally enjoys comic books but in this case, I make an exception. The two authors of this hard back book, have combined efforts to come up with a truly extraordinary book.
The book is designed completely in comic book style. The story tells the tales of David and his teacher Messina who end up traveling in time to learn about varying art styles mixed with history lessons. The story may seem overwhelming at times but for the older child, they would love it.
The colors are perfect for the styles of art and subject. I personally learned a thing or two as I read, which of course, is the intent of the book to begin with.
The book is targeted for no younger than late elementary to young adult. It should be noted that a couple of times expletive language is used, which could have been left out and still made for a great book. It is nothing major and for me, not a drawback to the book at all.
I give this book 5 stars.
Disclosure: I received a copy of this book for review. The views expressed here are 100% my own and may differ from yours. ~Naila Moon
Where to find the authors:
María José is a teacher. She won international illustrations awards.
Gonzalo has a degree in art history. He works in museums and as a tourist guide.
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