You Can Never Read Too Much 

People who are not lovers of books, will never understand the life of an avid reader …and that’s okay. But, please don’t disrespect is by saying that we read too much. 
There’s no such thing! 

Everyday is another opportunity to learn something new, and many times, that information can come from a book. 

So, readers…don’t be discouraged when someone tells you that you read too much.

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Book Review: I’ll Eat When I’m Dead by Barbara Bourland

A dead body has been found in the closet…after six hours. After two months, one detective is determined to find the killer. 
It kills me to say I had to put this book down, because I’ve never been defeated by a book before. It was a little slow for me, but might be the perfect died for someone else. For this reason, I sadly give this book 💎💎💎.

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Quote of the Day 

Today’s quote comes from “Sunday Morning Blues” by K.T. Richey.  
Don’t have a copy, but interested in reading more? To purchase a copy for yourself (or for a friend), head over to @amazon, your local independent bookstore or the author herself (my preference), and don’t forget to leave a review when you’re done. 

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Charge of an Angel by Linda Diane Wattley

Repost from @crownholdersinc:

Linda Diane Wattley is a proud veteran of the United States Army. She was born in Akron, Ohio and attended the University of Akron majoring in Psychology. While attending the University she learned during a writing course she had the gift of writing. This gave her confidence to submit her first work of art which was poetry. The poem, “I Wish” appeared in the Poetry Gem of the American Poets Society.

For over twelve years she had her own religious/philosophical column in the Frost Illustrated Newspaper in Fort Wayne, Indiana, titled “The Best Will Show Themselves” where she shared her personal perspectives of spiritual insights and covered current social and religious events in her community.

Linda has appeared as a contributing writer for the online magazines including: “Faith Writers”, “The Wright Side of Me Productions”, “The Blessed Room”, “Real Life Real Faith Magazine” and “The Cheers” where she shares inspirational and thought-provoking messages to readers. She is also a contributing author of anthologies: “The Triumph of My Soul” edited by Elissa Gabriel, “This Far by Faith” with Vanessa Miller as editor and “Testify: The Praise Literary Collection Testimonials” complied by Angel M Barrino.

God has awakened her to an extremely important message to share with the world. We must become more conscious of PTSD, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder; Her work: “Soldier with a Backpack, Living and Dying Simultaneously”, has allowed Linda Diane Wattley to be a nominee for the ‘Best in Nonfiction’ during the African American Literary Awards Show in 2016. Her work continues as a voice for victims of every walk of life. She is a registered member and speaker of RAINN, an organization supporting and encouraging victims of sexual assault. She is available for interviews and speaking engagements.