Summer Reading with “A Sweethaven Summer”

Sweethaven Summer

At 12:30 in the morning I finally put the book down. 

I told my daughter-in-law just the other day… This is why I don’t read more.

Whenever I start a new book, I have to finish it in a day or two no matter what the time is.

A Sweethaven Summer is a book that I’ve been planning on reading for a few years now.

When the book came out in 2012 and everyone was talking about it…

I pinned the cover on my Pinterest Page as “books I want to read”.

Being that the book is about a girl who’d just lost her mother, the timing was too soon.

The book is written by Courtney Walsh who also happens to be a scrapbooker.

(how cool is that)

A Sweethaven Summer is a sweet easy read with a little romance, memory keeping,

mystery and faith.

Inside the book

As Levar Burton of Reading Rainbow would say…

“Don’t just take my word on it.”

This is what was written on the inside of the book.

I requested the book at my local library or you can purchase one of your own on Amazon*.

 

A Sweethaven Summer  A Sweethaven Homecoming A Sweethaven Christmas

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Upcycled Jewelry, Bags, Belts and more.

I was recently asked by Linda Peterson and Cisco Books to review Linda’s latest book

Upcycled Jewelry, Bags, Belts and More.

As soon as I received the book, I immediately sat down and thumbed through all the pages.

I was amazed at the unique and creative ways that Linda uses everyday found objects.

Have you figured out what she used to make the belt on the front cover?

Soda Can Tabs!

Linda has added beautiful, detailed pictures with easy to follow instructions that makes

recreating these projects a breeze.  If you enjoy Indie crafts and up-cycling everyday

found objects then I highly recommend this book.