105 - How to Write a Book Proposal

How to Write a Book Proposal is an excellent read.  The book offers an in-depth step by step method to how to write a book proposal.  The book is extremely practical for those who are struggling with writing figuring out how to get their book read by the right people.  The book wasn't necessarily practical at this point in my life, since I'm not finished with anything yet, but will be a book I come back to over and over throughout my life.  I'm sure the information in this book can help any writer at least get their proposal read and seriously considered.  It's an excellent read for the writer or hope-to-be-writer.

I received this book for free from Writer's Digest Books in exchange for a fair and honest review.

104 - The Treasure Principle

Randy Alcorn's book has been around for a while.  I have finally gotten around to reading it.  I should have read this book long ago.  It's brief, powerful, and will change the way you look at generosity.  Alcorn encourages his readers to give and give and give.  Give and see how blessed you are.  Give and see what a difference it makes in your life.  I would encourage anyone who is a fan of Dave Ramsey or Crown Financial to check this book out.  Obviously at 120 pages it can't replace the power of a financial class, but it can give you a boost, when you begin to second-guess yourself.  Highly recommended.

I received this book for free from Multnomah in exchange for an honest review.