My Review: Val Knowles' lovely book on daily blessings is a breath of fresh air! I received a ebook version of this book and it's beauty sprang forth as I moved through each page and imagine a print copy of this book would be even more breathtaking. The graphics are soothing and serene, beautifully photographed to match each coordinating month and date.
If you read it all on one day, like I did (for review purposes!), it's a short but moving read at just 62 pages. I recommend the reader take one's time to go through this as intended,
month by month, blessing by blessing. It was refreshing to look ahead at my birthday, and the birthday of my children and husbands as each day is highlighted by a passage, uplifting words and blessing.
There is no doubt, Ms. Knowles was meant to write! She has a gift with words and her poetic flowing of verse on paper is one to do exactly what she offers: Uplift. Each of us has a struggle within, no matter how large or small. Each of us can be blessed in some way, prayed for, and pray for others. Sometimes it's easy to get stuck on what to say,
or even knowing what's in your heart. This is an incredible tool to open and read and remind each of us that there is the greater of goodness waiting and that God's blessings were already there!
Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book/Ebook/Product to review. I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the FTC Regulations. I am part of The CWA Review Crew.
Author Bio:Val Newton Knowles was born in the beautiful island of Nassau, in the Bahamas. She is a passionate about helping people. Val's new book, "Everyday Uplifting you," is now available. Val started writing daily nuggets to encourage an aunt who had been going through some challenges, the book was such a blessing, that she decided to make it available as an encouragement for others. Val seeks to uplift, motivate and encourage to be the best they can and never allow failure to cause them too give up.