Book of the Week & Giveaway: Code Breaker Girls by Local Author Jan Slimming – Book Signing Saturday at Enchanted Forest!

Dunwoody Author, Jan Slimming,  will be signing copies of her debut publication at The Enchanted Forest Dunwoody (July 10th 12-2pm). The Enchanted Forest Gift Shop is located at 5580 Chamblee Dunwoody Road, Dunwoody (in the Publix shopping center).

You can win a copy by leaving a comment on our website or Facebook post!   Winner will be announced on Friday, July 9, 2021.… Read More »

Local Author Book Giveaway: 3 Pack from Katie Kenny Phillips!

Katie Kenny Phillips lives in Dunwoody with her husband, five kids, and her dogs, Norm and Coco.  Lucky for us, she gave me a set of her 3 new children’s books:

  1. God, You make me feel Special
  2. God, You make me feel Safe
  3. God, You make me feel Loved

Presenting colorful pictures and fun prose, the God, You Make Me Feel series is a wonderful way to connect a child to the greatest source of love: their Heavenly Father.… Read More »

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Join Andy Stanley for this special one-night event where Andy discusses some of the life-changing ideas from his new book, Better Decisions, Fewer Regrets. This teaching will help you make better decisions no matter the context—your finances, relationships, career, and more!

Who is this event for? Anyone that plans to make a decision!… Read More »

Book of the Week & Giveaway: The Hate You Give

I have a copy to give away this week.   Insert a comment on our website or Facebook post about the book if you are interested in winning a copy. 

I read the book and then watched the movie on HBO.   Fans of The Hunger Games will find it interesting that Starr is played by the gorgeous Amandla Stenberg who portrayed the lovely Rue, from District 11. … Read More »

Book of the Week & Giveaway: Just Mercy

The biggest disadvantage of reading everything on my Kindle, is the inability to pass books along for more and more and more people to read.   I really want others to read this one so I bought a paperback to give away as long as the winner is willing to keep paying it forward by passing it along and encouraging others to keep passing it along.  … Read More »

Book of the Week: Boy’s Life by Robert McCammon (One of Audra’s 10 faves of all time)

by Audra H. Anders for The Aha! Connection

The entire time I was reading Boy’s Life I was thinking about how much my Dad would love it.   So, I decided to get him a copy for Father’s Day.   It was written in 1991 but I figured it would be easy to find a copy.  Whoa – it is not available at our Barnes and Noble.  … Read More »

Giveaway: Emily Giffin’s THE LIES THAT BIND

I can hardly wait to read this.  Here’s what Amazon has to say: 

“In the irresistible new novel from the #1 New York Times bestselling author of All We Ever Wanted and Something Borrowed, a young woman falls hard for an impossibly perfect man before he disappears without a trace. . . . “

Our amazing Style Editor gave me a signed copy to give away. … Read More »

Books: 7 Things to Share from Audra’s Meadowlake Book Club

by Audra H Anders for The Aha! Connection

My friend/neighbor, Heather, took over managing our Meadowlake neighborhood book club a few years ago and has done an amazing job.    I’m sharing her note to our book club from this week because it is full of great info!

  1. Barnes & Noble Perimeter is still doing online orders with curbside pickup from 10-5.
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Book of the Week: Oona Out of Order

by Audra H. Anders for The Aha! Connection

I wish I had a dollar for every time I’ve said I wish I had all the time in the world to read.   Some folks have a lot of time on their hands due to our current international health crisis.  Rather than stressing out watching the news, I’d like to suggest you grab that book you’ve been meaning to read.  … Read More »

Book of the Week: Henry’s Sisters by Cathy Lamb

This is another recommendation from my friend Laura.  She warned me I won’t be able to put it down.   I just downloaded it to my Kindle and Audible.   If you are looking for me this weekend you’ll likely find me glued to this book.

Here’s what Amazon has to say about Henry’s Sisters by Cathy Lamb

“Ever since the Bommarito sisters were little girls, their mother, River, has written them a letter on pink paper when she has something especially important to impart.Read More »