1 Star for writing and publishing a book, and putting yourself out there.
½ Star for book cover. The cover was ok, but I think it could have been set up better.
½ Star for interior formatting. The formatting was fine but some small issues.
1 Star for intro; it got me interested.
1 Star for the book as a whole, I enjoyed subject matter and wanted to get to the end of the book.
As a Christian I am a little bias because the subject matter is based on bible verses. The author is also Christian and puts his faith into his writing. That also made me, as a Christian to pay attention to his work. Just like most books I read, there’s always seems to be a little problem with the cover and the interior formatting. As I have said before I will not focus on these little mistakes for as an author myself, I have made the same ones. But I do give ½ stars for both, whether there are one or one million mistakes made, and will not sit and point them out. Just like other books I have read with these mistakes, they do not take away from the book as a whole, at least in my opinion.
As I said above, that I am bias because of being a Christian on the subject matter of this book. But I have to point out that I enjoyed reading a book on self help through Christian faith, bible verses and how they affected the author; Instead of long nonfiction stories giving the same ideas. Over all I would recommend the book to anyone, whether you are a Christian or just looking for some inspirational words for you daily life.
4 out of 5 stars
If you want to read my interview with Clifton Pettyjohn, check it out here on my blog.
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Happy Reading and Writing Everyone.
G. D. Talbot