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How Much Money Do I Need to Retire?

Title: How Much Money Do I Need to Retire? 2nd Edition
Author: Todd Tresidder
Publisher: FinancialMentor
ISBN: 978-1-939273-06-2

“The amount of money you can afford to spend in retirement is dependent not only on your actual investment returns but also on the order of those returns,” Todd Tresidder writes in his book, How Much Money Do I Need to Retire: Uncommon Financial Planning Wisdom for a Stress-Free Retirement.

~ What ~
This two-hundred-and–twenty-six-page paperback targets those planning or getting ready to retire from work. After an introduction, the book is divided into three sections, ending with a conclusion, bonus material, afterword, glossary, and author’s biography. With a few black and white charts and numbered lists, bolded or italicized words are included.

The writer explains in the first section the smart way of conventional retirement planning, dividing the topic into five parts that discuss retirement costs, assumptions, essential questions, accurately estimating investment returns, and figuring out your “magical” retirement number. The other two sections cover obtaining a creative lifestyle and simplistic cash-flow planning.

~ Why ~
Although this book was published in late 2019, before the coronavirus and stock market fluctuations, I like that it advocates one should be aware of what is ahead as retirement approaches. Since I retired at age fifty (yet still maintain my small business) and my husband did two years ago, we heartily agree with the book’s many concepts about not taping into principal, assume plausible outcomes, and spending less than you need. I appreciate the details explaining the Monte Carlo calculator’s limitations, expectancy models based on valuations, diversifying with passive income, and scenario analysis.

~ Why Not ~
While the book is well-written, there is plenty of the writer’s referral to his early retirement and free online downloads or other books he has written (which does factor into his personal passive income suggestions). Some may be frustrated there are no charts or forms to fill out to obtain a magic number that technically does not exist. Those who only rely on their monthly pension and social security checks after retiring may panic over the potential of their dwindling funds not lasting. Others may prefer a traditional retirement planning with someone else doing all the footwork and monitoring it for them.

~ Wish ~
While reading this book, I noticed passive real estate and business incomes were often promoted as well as insurance and annuities. Since my husband and I were fortuitous in planning our retirements by paying off all debt including our house early and always living within our means, I did not find anything new in the book, only reinforcement that we made the right choices when it came to saving for retirement.

~ Want ~
If you are young and have years or decades to plan your retirement, this is a good read to help you understand how to save and be wise in your investments, but there is no full-proof way to ensure your wealth, especially with the current status of our economy in 2020.

Thanks to the author, Book Launchers, and Bookpleasures for this complimentary book that I am under no obligation to review.

#HowMuchMoneyDoINeedtoRetire #ToddTresidder #FinancialMentors #BookLaunchers #Bookpleasures

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The Basic Bible Atlas

Title: The Basic Bible Atlas
Author: John A. Beck
Publisher: BakerBooks
ISBN: 978-0-8010-7790-6

“And we will not fully understand this story unless we understand the place from which it has come. That is why you need an atlas. Because some of what the Lord has to say to us, he has said using geography,” John S. Beck writes in the introduction of his book, The Basic Bible Atlas: A Fascinating Guide of the Land of the Bible.

~ What ~
This one-hundred-and-seventy-six-page paperback targets those who want to have a better understanding of the lands mentioned in the Holy Bible. After a map and illustration list plus acknowledgments, the book is divided into two parts: Introduction to Geography and Putting the Story in Its Place. The ending includes notes, Scripture index, and an index of place names. The New International Version of the Holy Bible is referenced.

In this book that focuses mainly on Israel and its surrounding areas, over sixty maps with illustrations explain the Old and New Testaments’ geographical locations relating to the stories they provide. The first part has an introduction to the atlas and Biblical world that includes the ancient Near East, regions mentioned in the Bible, and Israel’s major cities, towns, roads, zones, rainfall, seasons, culture, soils, and products. The second and larger section of the book is subdivided into eight chapters covering the creation, the exodus, conquests, the kingdom’s establishments, divisions, and exile, and when Jesus was living as well as church stories.

~Why ~
This is is a wonderful read as it is basic and too the point so the reader can pick a topic of the Old or New Testament and pinpoint on a map where it took place. I loved looking at the maps’ notes and learning that Israel covered 6,750 square miles, the Jewish people’s meandering route for forty years in the desert, where Samson lived and died, the travels of the Ark of the Covenant, the expansion of Jerusalem and its Temple, and Elisha’s history. Understanding the distances Jesus traveled and places He performed miracles were interesting as well as Paul’s many journeys.

~ Why Not ~
Those who do not have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ may not be interested in an atlas that shows how God was and is always there, taking care of the beloved Jews and Christians. Others may wish there was more content to the discussions, but it is a basic synopsis.

~ Wish ~
I wish there were more stories of every person’s whereabouts in the Bible, but this would be a major task. Including an index by people’s names would be helpful for quick look-up. By accident, I noticed Susa (Nehemiah and Esther) was not listed in the index. I prefer all pronouns of God to be capitalized for reverence.

~ Want ~
If you are wondering how far Moses traveled, where Bethlehem is related to Jerusalem, or how the Word of God was spread in the New Testament, this is an excellent source of knowledge that will amaze you.

Thanks to BakerBooks for this complimentary book that I am under no obligation to review.

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The Bible in 10 Words

Title: The Bible in 10 Words
Author: Deron Spoo
Publisher: Worthy
ISBN: 978-1-5460-1427-0

“Each word, found in the first page or two of the Bible, sets the stage for God’s perfect world, the brokenness that follows, and the restoration God has in mind for those he loves,” Deron writes at the beginning of his book, The Bible in 10 Words: Unlocking the Message of Scripture and Connecting with God.

~ What ~
This two-hundred-and-nine-page hardbound targets those who like a simplistic devotion of the Word of God concerning less than a dozen keywords. Using the Christian Standard Version of the Holy Bible, the NIV is also referenced. The ending includes acknowledgments, notes, and the author’s biography.

In this short read, ten simple words from the first three chapters of Genesis are discussed and shown how they relate to Jesus being revealed from the beginning to the end of the Bible. The major words are Light, Dust, Breath, Garden, River, Eat, Alone, Naked, Afraid, and Alone as well as one final, perfect word: Jesus. With an introduction and ending, each chapter begins with a written out Bible verse or two and a quote, followed by several pages regarding the topic. Chapters end with a prayer, three to four discussion questions, and further Scripture to research.

~ Why ~
This is a thoughtful read regarding ten words from Genesis and follows them through the Bible. The author discusses finding the True Light, accepting our ordinariness with humility, having a spirit-filled breath to worship; allowing God to tend to our needs; noticing blessings and boundaries; listening with our hearts to the Lord’s instructions; being alone yet wanting God’s companionship; shedding guilt and shame when our true self is uncovered; instead of freezing, fighting, and fleeing when afraid, have the fear of the Lord; understanding life is a gift with a curse so we must persevere, and Jesus is the answer.

~ Why Not ~
If you do not have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, you may not like this book, yet it may be one that ties the Bible together as it focuses on how Christ is shown throughout it. Others may not appreciate reading the writer’s personal stories about his wife, children, family trips, and visits to a monastery as well as tales of chess games, the Heimlich maneuver, shoelaces, and the Mona Lisa to name a few.

~ Wish ~
While I enjoyed the down-to-earth explanations of the words conveyed, I expected there to be more detailed discussions about each as written in the Bible (one word is mentioned only twice in Scripture). I wish it was more of a study book with more Biblical research. I prefer all pronouns of God capitalized for reverence.

~ Want ~
If you like reading a contemporary book of ten words found in the first book in the Old Testament and their correlation to Jesus Christ, this is a nice read at a sophomoric level that contains the writer’s personal reflections. It may be a good read for a new believer.

Thanks to Hachette Book Group for this book that I am under no obligation to review.

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The Art of Writing

Title: The Art of Writing
Author: Peter Yang
Publisher: TCK Publishing
ISBN: 978-1-631-61076-9

“These principles serve as a necessary foundation for anyone wanting to enrich their writing, which will, in turn, enrich their life,” Peter Yang states in the introduction of his book, The Art of Writing: Four Principles for Great Writing that Everyone Needs to Know.

~ What ~
At sixty-six pages, this small paperback that is also available as an ebook targets authors who want to improve their writing skills while maintaining their creativity, individuality, and purpose.

After an introduction, the book is divided into five sections, followed by the author’s biography and information. The chapters cover four principles of economy, transparency, variety, and harmony as well as meditations on writing.

~ Why ~
Great writing life skills are waxing and waning since the digital era autocorrects, offers instant solutions, and formats wording without considering its possible connotations. I appreciate how the author discusses a myriad of topics in a short, concise matter while explaining thoroughly their ramifications. Some included are how to avoid crutches, repetition, and punctuation mistakes while being intentional, describing with purpose, and meticulous with modifiers. By using a variety of sentence and paragraph structures as well as word choices, artistic harmony in language and thoughts clarify excellent writing. The script also adds tips on how reading, making use of time, and conveying the truth play a factor in properly putting the pen to paper.

~ Why Not ~
Those who do not care about writing or have no interest in it may have no need for this read. Others may feel they need not be reminded to avoid using filler words, write more actively than passively, and use the Pareto principle to name a few.

~ Wish ~
While Yang does a comprehensive job on what to do or not to do when writing, he did not mention the often incorrect use of the ellipsis or dangling prepositions (which some accept nowadays). Including an index would be helpful.

~ Want ~
If you attain to be an artistic author and want to continually improve your skills, this small but powerful book will encourage and enlighten you in ways you may not have considered while enhancing your writing style.

Thanks to Peter Yang and TCK Publishing for this complimentary book that I am under no obligation to review.

Rating: 4.5 of 5 stars

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Words of Hope for Women

Title: Words of Hope for Women
Author: Carolyn Larsen
Publisher: Revell
ISBN: 978-0-8007-3642-2

Words of Hope for Women offers you ninety inspiring devotional readings that will remind you that God has a plan and a purpose in everything–even the hard stuff–and you can trust him to keep his promises,” the back jacket states in the pocket-sized book by Carolyn Larsen.

~ What ~
At one-hundred-and-ninety-two pages, this small paperback is for women who want a simplified devotional about finding hope in God throughout its ninety topics. Using the New International Version of the Holy Bible, the one-and-a-half page devotions begin with written out verses followed by several themed paragraphs.

The book concentrates on overcoming discouragement, pain of the past, and challenges of the future by depending on God and His glory. Correlating to Old and New Testament verses, some of the titles include True Joy, Hope for Knowledge, Part of the Big Picture, No Half-Hearted Searching, Clothed in Love, Getting through Stress, Blessing of Obeying, and Hope for Keeping On to name a few.

~Why ~
So many devotions include a writer’s personal experiences, but this one does not. I am so thankful that its focus is on having hope in God. I like that I could relate to the topics and how God is the answer in all things. The topics are short but meaningful.

One devotion I enjoyed is Number 39 titled Hope in a Clean Slate with Acts 3:19 written out that reiterates how God not only forgives us when we repent of our sins, but also He forgets them. While we may forgive others and ourselves, God willingly wipes our slate clean time and time again, giving us the opportunity to move forward in our lives as we hope in Him.

~ Why Not ~
Those who do not believe in God may not appreciate this devotional. Some women may not like themed devotions so they would pass on it. Others may prefer only reading the Scriptures as their daily reading; it should not replace daily Bible reading.

~ Wish ~
While I greatly appreciate the author did not talk about herself or her experiences, I wish she would have included more Biblical content and a prayer at the end of each devotion. I prefer all pronouns of God capitalized for reverence.

~ Want ~
If you are looking for a thoughtful book to give to a woman who wants to know the hope in Jesus Christ as she faces life, this would be an encouraging choice, especially as a stocking stuffer, secret sender, or “just because” gift due to its inexpensive cost.

Thanks to Baker Publishing for this complimentary book that I am under no obligation to review.

#CarolynLarsen #WordsofHopeforWomen #Revell

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Words of Comfort for Women

Title: Words of Comfort for Women
Author: Carolyn Larsen
Publisher: Revell
ISBN: 978-0-8007-3643-9

Words of Comfort for Women offers you ninety inspiring devotional readings that will remind you of God’s presence in your life during challenging times and help you see your world from a positive perspective,” the back jacket states in the pocket-sized book by Carolyn Larsen.

~ What ~
At one-hundred-and-ninety-two pages, this small paperback is for women who want a simplified devotional about finding comfort throughout its ninety topics. Using the New International Version of the Holy Bible, the one-and-a-half page devotions begin with written out verses followed by several themed paragraphs.

The book hones in on the frustrations, disappointments, fears, and temptations that women face and can be overcome with God’s guidance, trust, and comfort. Correlating to Old and New Testament verses, some of the titles include Pass It On!, Pursued!, Work in Progress, Stop the Noise, Resting in Prayer, This is Love, No Man is an Island, Really Living, What’s Your Job?, and Love Your Enemies to name a few.

~Why ~
So many devotions include a writer’s personal experiences, but this one does not. I am so thankful that its focus is on God and positivity. I like that I could relate to the topics and how God is our Comforter in all things. The topics are short but meaningful.

One devotion I enjoyed is Number 17 titled Check Your DNA with Isaiah 51:1-2 written out. The paragraphs reinforce that if we are Christians, we are God’s children in spite of the continual errors we make in our lives. With His DNA in us, we are forgiven by His grace and given another chance to live for Him.

~ Why Not ~
Those who do not believe in God may not appreciate this devotional. Some women may not like themed devotions so they would pass on it. I noticed there is little mention of Jesus Christ. Others may prefer only reading the Scriptures as their daily reading; it should not replace daily Bible reading.

~ Wish ~
While I greatly appreciate the author did not talk about herself or her experiences, I wish she would have included more Biblical content and a prayer at the end of each devotion. I prefer all pronouns of God capitalized for reverence.

~ Want ~
If you are looking for a thoughtful book to give to a woman who seeks comfort, this would be a lovely choice, especially as a stocking stuffer, secret sender, or “just because” gift due to its inexpensive cost.

Thanks to Baker Publishing for this complimentary book that I am under no obligation to review.

#CarolynLarsen #WordsofComfortforWomen #Revell

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The Story of the Cosmos

Title: The Story of the Cosmos
General Editors: Paul M. Gould & Daniel Ray
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
ISBN: 978-0-7369-7736-4

“For those who have eyes to see and ears to hear, the cosmos does indeed declare the glory of God,” Daniel Ray writes in the first chapter of the book Paul M. Gould and he edited, The Story of the Cosmos: How the Heavens Declare the Glory of God.

~ What ~
This two-hundred-and-seventy-two-page paperback targets those who want to learn more about the universe that was notably created by the Almighty God. Using mainly the New International Version, other versions referenced are the NASB, RSV, ESV, and NRSV. After an introductory chapter, there are three parts, ending with an afterword, contributors’ biographies, subject and Scripture indexes, and notes. About a dozen full-color photographs and illustrations/diagrams are included.

In this science and faith apologetics read that is a compilation of fourteen authors, the book focuses on how our universe promotes God. The first part is an exploration of the cosmos with six chapters that cover topics such as nature’s intelligibility, meteorites, habitable zones, binary stars, black holes, and the lives of two astronomers, Tycho Brahe and Johannes Kepler. The middle section covers the cosmos through art and literature expressions in three chapters involving well-known painters, C.S. Lewis, and J.R.R. Tolkein. With three chapters in the final section, its concentration is on the evidence of creation involving theology and science, cosmic coincidences, and discarded image rediscovery.

~ Why ~
Anyone who views the heavens on a clear dark night can witness the mystery of God’s creation. I appreciated the many writers’ views on how and when they realized that our universe was not haphazardly put together by chance but engineered beautifully by our Creator. The chapters explain some of cosmology’s history, meteorite studies, living in “the age of astronomical surveys,” that sixty percent of stars are binary, black holes are crucial to the development of the universe, and sometimes cosmic discoveries are unexpected.

~ Why Not ~
Those who do not have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ may not be interested in this read, but it could change their stance on God creating the Heavens and the Earth. Some may find it too technical and dry if they do not know enough about the topic. Others may not like the ending where the writer challenges the reader to see the glory of God through His wonderful displays in space.

~ Wish ~
While I thoroughly enjoyed the chapter by Wayne R. Spencer on Brahe and Kepler and how they were true Christians who searched for cosmic answers, I did not care for Brother Guy Consolmango JS’s writing on meteorites as it often discussed his personal life and unrelated material. I wish the book contained more photographs showing the beauty and magnificence of God’s incredible work. It would be thoughtful to capitalize all pronouns of God for reverence.

~ Want ~
If you are interested in connecting the dots between man’s quest to learn about space and how God finely tunes it for the existence and flourishment of humans, this may be of interest to you.

Thanks to Harvest House Publishers, Inc. and the editors for this book that I am under no obligation to review.

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Barbie Forever

Title: Barbie Forever
Author: Robin Gerber
Publisher: Epic Ink
ISBN: 978-0-7603-6577-9

“Since her debut in 1959, Barbie has been breaking boundaries and highlighting major moments in art, fashion, and culture,” the inside jacket announces in Robin Gerber’s book, Barbie Forever: Her Inspiration, History, and Legacy.

~ What ~
This oversized one-hundred-and-seventy-six-page hardbound targets those interested in the Barbie doll that has been around for sixty years and is still sold successfully worldwide. The large coffee table book begins with a foreword by Ibtihaj Muhammad and introduction, followed by eight chapters, and ending with a bibliography, acknowledgments, author’s biography, image credits, and historic timeline.

With full color, large photographs of design models of the iconic Barbie, the eight sections cover how the doll has been inspiring fans since 1959, her profitable marketing strategies, breaking toy boundaries, the evolution of her female shape, creation of her lifestyle, how she affects fashion and art, global attributes, and the magic she has provided to many doll owners.

~ Why ~
Being in my early sixties, I enjoyed seeing a couple of the old Barbies that I grew up with and still own, so I was familiar reviewing this book. I found the history of Mattel Creations, Ruth and Elliot Handler’s designing Barbie, and Charlotte Johnson’s fashion clothing interesting.

~ Why Not ~
Those who never owned a Barbie doll or do not care about the iconic figure that has enamored girls for decades and will probably continue to do so will not appreciate this book. However, it does show the progression of culture, events, and fashion that the well-known doll captured. Some may not care for a doll proportioned with unrealistic body measurements.

~ Wish ~
With so much historical content in the book, I wish an index was included so one could look up a topic.

~ Want ~
If you love the iconic Barbie doll and are looking for a beautiful tabletop book, this would make an excellent choice. It would be an ideal gift for the Barbie collector too.

Thanks to the author, Bookpleasures, and Epic Ink for this complimentary book that I am under no obligation to review.

#BarbieForever #RobinGerber #EpicInk #Bookpleasures

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Animal Skins

Title: Animal Skins
Author/Photographer: Mary Holland
Publisher: Arbordale Publishing
ISBN: 978-1-64351-3393

“Fur (hair), feathers and scales are animal skin coverings that look very different from each other but do many of the same things,” Mary Holland begins her children’s book, Animal Skins.

~ What ~
A part of the Animal Anatomy and Adaptation series, this oversized thirty-two-unnumbered-page hardbound with a duplicate jacket cover targets children ages four to eight years old who enjoy educational information about nature. With no scary scenes, the book may be best read out loud by adults to beginner readers due to some complicated wording.

In this artistically photographed collection, the outer coverings of animals are the focal point. Beginning with the wings of a moth, the pages show a cicada, porcupine, skunk, fawn, birds, frog, salamander, toad, snake, turtle, and little child, explaining what each’s covering is, does, and how it protects them.

The last four pages have more educational tools of learning activities for creative minds that involve a matching skin game, how animals’ skins are used, special skins of a hairy-tailed mole, European honey bee, turkey vulture, and gray treefrog, and animal classes with answers.

~ Why ~
What makes this book fun is not only the full-page, full-color photographs and explanation of skin coverings but also the informational data at the end for older readers. A child will enjoy viewing the animals and insects that show the skin and skin covering differences between species.

~ Why Not ~
Those who have no interest in animal life and their skin may not appreciate this book. Others may prefer more information in chart or comparison format. Beginner readers may struggle with the many two- and three-syllable words.

~ Wish ~
To me, skin is usually the epidermis on a human, animal, or some insects, yet this book considers fur, hair, and feathers to be skin while technically these three are coverings on the skin. Thus maybe the book should have been titled “Animal Skin Coverings” or “Animal Covers.”

~ Want ~
If your child is interested in an educational series about the different parts of animals such as ears, eyes, legs, mouths, noses, and tails, this one on skin is a good choice.

Thanks to Arbordale Publishing, Bookpleasures, and the author for this complimentary book that I am under no obligation to review.

#ArbordalePublishing #AnimalAnatomyandAdaption #MaryHolland

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Super Cool Space Facts

Title: Super Cool Space Facts
Author: Bruce Betts PhD
Illustrator: Steve Mack
Publisher: Rockridge Press
ISBN: 978-1-64152-521-3

“In this book you’ll find a basic description of each thing we talk about, some awesome pictures, and tons of super cool space facts. And jokes–lots of jokes,” Bruce Betts writes in the introduction to his children’s book, Super Cool Space Facts: A Fun, Fact-Filled Space Book for Kids.

~ What ~
This one-hundred-and-twenty-four-page paperback states it targets children four to eight years old who want to learn about space. With no scary scenes but colorful illustrations and photographs within circles, there are facts about planets, stars, constellations, black holes, jokes, and more.

After an introduction, there are five chapters that cover the universe, stars and constellations, the solar system, comets, meteors, and other sky shows, and rockets, satellites, astronauts, and more. The ending includes a glossary, resources, index, acknowledgments, and the author’s biography.

Containing limited paragraphs about the related topics in one to two pages each, the chapters are filled with circles that are either colored with white writing or photographs with boxed explanations, diagrams, big word alerts, and jokes.

~ Why ~
Most kids love space, and this is an engaging source for children to learn more about it. I appreciate the many interesting facts written in the different-sized circles and the explanations.

One of my favorites was Stars that discuss how they are giant balls of hot glowing gas. The two photos are of hundreds of stars that make up the Quintuplet star cluster and the colorful Hyades star cluster. The two-colored circles mention different sizes of stars and how some solar systems have more stars orbiting them. The big word alert is plasma, an electrical charge-filled gas, and the joke is What did the cool star say to the hot star? Hey, why are you so blue?

~ Why Not ~
Those who have no interest in space may not like this book or want to take the time to learn about our universe. Those who are creationists like me will cringe about the promotion the earth is 13.8 billion years old. Some may think the content is rudimentary or that the jokes are corny.

~ Wish ~
Online it states the book is for preschool to third grade, but its contents may be better geared and understood by ages 8 to 12 years old. I wish somehow God would be given credit for creating the amazing universe where we live.

~ Want ~
If you know a child who is into space and wants to learn more about it, this is an entertaining yet educational book.

Thanks to Callisto Publisher’s Club and the author for this complimentary book that I am under no obligation to review.

#supercoolspacefacts #spacebookforkids #CallistoPublishersClub

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