Sunday, May 28, 2017

Roadside Assistance by Amy Clipston

~Description ~

      Emily Curtis had lost her Mom to cancer and she is having a hard time learning how to cope with her mothers death as well as her Dad losing the family business and her home. When her Dad loses the house Emily and her Dad is forced to live with her Aunt Darlene which Emily is not to pleased at first,  but learns to accept that her Aunt Darlene did it out of love and kindness.
       Emilys first friend was Chelsea when she started a new school after moving in with her Aunt Darlene, Uncle Curtis and Whitney.  Chelsea helped Emily adjust to her new school.
        Emily meets a boy named Zander and they become really good friends and Emily can talk to Zander about just about anything. Zander helps Emily learn how to get her faith back in the Lord after losing her Mom.

  ~What I liked~

        I liked the whole book.  The story was well thought out and held my interest until the end. I especially liked how the characters stuck together and held each other up and helped solve problems that we all face time to time. I really liked the spiritual cont

~what I disliked~

            There wasn't anything I disliked about this book

 ~rating ~
     5 + stars I really enjoyed this book and I will be re-reading it again at some point.  I would recommend this book to others as this is the first book I read by this author.

Friday, May 26, 2017

My life (a little about me)

I know I haven't blogged in awhile ,since the last blog I have been trying to get my mental illnesses under control by going to group therapy and going to see my therapist and psychiatrist. I'm doing better now Im back on my medications and  going in the right direction to recovery.  I will be posting on my blog more often. I actually miss blogging. I love to read as a coping skill to my illnesses as a way to escape in a sense.  With this being said I'm going to go start reading so I can blog my reviews. Thank you for your time.

My first review that I'm going to do is on Roadside Assistance by Amy Clipston.