Blog Tour Stop: Heal Your Self with Journaling Power by Mari L. McCarthy

If I love to do anything besides reading, it is writing in my journal. When Women of Writing invited me to join this blog tour, I could not resist. Dealing with my own problems, it just makes me feel better.

Synopsis

Harness the Power of Therapeutic Journaling.

Overcome the Issues In Your Tissues.

Mary J. McCarthy’s international bestselling book, Journaling Power, started a movement Heal Yourself with Journaling Power is igniting a revolution!

You’ll discover the life-changing magic of journaling through moving personal stories told by just some of the thousands of people who have tapped into the proven therapeutic power of excessive writing.

There are people just like you, and their challenges are the same ones you have.

Heal Yourself with Journaling Power reveals the inner strength and grace that comes with living your life in the present from the inside out. It will help you transform your life and . . .

    Manifest everything your desire
    Fill you with uplifting positive energy
    Put you on a path to better health and wellness
    Give you the inspiration and motivation to live your best life
    Show you how to use journaling to solve your most pressing problems

I give this book ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ because it just helps me broaden my writing to help me see more of me that I did not know existed!

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Blog Tour Stop: Papa’s Shoes by Madeline Sharples

Knowing that this story is fiction, it felt like it was a true story . . .

Synopsis for Papa’s Shoes

Papa’s Shoes, a work of fiction about immigration with a feminist and historical bent. At 99,968 words, Papa’s Shoes is a stand-alone novel with series potential.

Ira Schuman is determined to move his family out of their Polish shtetl to the hope and opportunities he’s heard about in America. But along the way he faces the death of three of his four sounds, a wife who does not have the same aspirations as his, and the birth of a daughter, Ava, conceived to make up for the loss of his boys. Ava grows up to be smart, beautiful, and very independent.

Besides having a feisty relationship with her overly-protective mother, Ava falls for the college man who directs her high school senior class play. With the news that she wants to marry a non-Jewish man, Ira realized that his plan to assimilate in the new world has backfired. Should the young couple marry, he must decide whether the banish his daughter from his family or welcome them with open arms. Even though he won’t attend their wedding, he makes her a pair a wedding shoes. In his mind, the shoes are simply a gift, not a peace offering.

I have to admit, I felt a little intimidated reading this book because it had Jewish words that I did not understand. But, that is what is so great about reading . . . You learn and your vocabulary grows.

Papa’s Shoes is a work of art, and again, I am adding it to the list of my favorite history books (even though it is fiction, to me, it still fits). I hope you enjoy it just as much as me. I give Papa’s Shoes ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ for how beautiful it was written, and the connect I felt with the characters.

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