Review of “The Checklist Book”

Life is busy. Most people are constantly juggling a million things and deadlines each week. My motto is, “if it isn’t written down, it is forgotten.” Checklists help me stay organized. Do you like checklists? The Checklist Book is a perfect read for you if you thrive on checklists to keep you on track or

Review of “Move My Way”

Relocating every 3-4 years can be challenging for military families. Move My Way: A Moving Journal for Kids is a journal that helps children keep track of their feelings, special places and memories of the home they are leaving, as well as predictions about their new place of residence. This journal was developed by a

Review of “Rufus T. Rouse, Wee Mouse in the House”

Starting over, developing friendships, and saying goodbye are common themes in the military world. Rufus T. Rouse, Wee Mouse in the House examines these concepts throughout the story while intertwining scripture. Disclaimer: Strength 4 Spouses was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Synopsis Rufus T. Rouse embarks on

WOW: Women on Writing’s Blog Book Tour: Review of “Hug Everyone You Know”

Synopsis Attitude is everything, especially when you are fighting cancer. “Hug Everyone You Know” is a compelling memoir about the journey through stage I breast cancer. It details the entire story from diagnosis, to treatment, and survival. Instead of allowing her cancer diagnosis to defeat her, Antoinette Truglio Martin allowed it to develop an attitude

Review of “Heal Yourself with Journaling Power”

Synopsis “Heal Your Self with Journaling Power” is an easy to read self-help book by multi-award winning author Mari McCarthy. She gives you rationale throughout the book as to why journaling is important and how it can improve your life in multiple ways. Included in the book are stories from others who have used various

Review of “Mommy’s Big, Red Monster Truck”

Travel is a huge part of military life, whether it is planned or unplanned. How can you incorporate an appreciation for all of those places your family has visited into your children’s lives? Local military spouse author Alison Paul Klakowiz has made that easy in her children’s book “Mommy’s Big, Red Monster Truck.”   Disclaimer:

Review of “Daddy Left with Mr. Army”

This book is written by Chandelle Walker and illustrated by Joshua Allen. To learn more about Chandelle or to order your copy of her book, click here.   Disclaimer: A free copy of this book was issued in exchange for an honest review.  Daddy Left with Mr. Army approaches the topic of deployment and the

Review of “When Dad Deploys”

This book is written by Leslie Zimmerman. She spent time as a combat medic in the Army and exited service at the rank of Sgt. After watching the impact deployment had when her sister deployed, she was inspired to open up the conversation of deployment for children through her children’s books. To learn more about

WOW: Women on Writing’s Blog Book Tour: Review of “All Eyes on Alexandra”

Synopsis “All Eyes on Alexandra” is a children’s book that details the story of a migrating crane family. Alexandra is the curious crane, known to wander. Her curiosity about the world sets her up to be a great leader in the migration journey, once she gains the trust of her concerned family. This children’s book

WOW: Women on Writing’s Blog Book Tour: Review of “Time to Refresh”

Synopsis Karen Brown Tyson found herself laid off at the age of 51. While many feelings could have taken over and made her new path seem dark and bleak, she decided to take the time to trust in God, even when she did not understand the plan fully. Through this experience, she created a21-Day Devotional