A Grand read

Thursday, May 14, 2015


Saving Mossy Point by Donna Winters

Do you all think I have lost my love  for reading? Not so I have just been so busy!

I just finished a pretty  good book!     I have always been an avid reader. Growing up, I loved historical fiction. Now that I am an adult, I still enjoy speed-reading books for a younger audience in the hopes of finding new favorites for my siblings as well as my future children. Although there are many wonderful books for children and young adults which are not particularly Christian (think Little House and such), it is always great to be able to provide books for your children which reinforce Biblical truths and grace  .  Donna did a great job.

  I thought the author wrote with wonderful style and skill. It is rare to find a Christian fiction book written in such a classic manner. I believe that is the crowning glory of this book. 
Donna Winters Bio
Donna adopted Michigan as her home state in 1971 when she moved from a small town outside of Rochester, New York. She began penning novels in 1982.
Her husband, Fred, a former American History teacher, shares her enthusiasm for the Great Lakes. Together, they visit historical sites, restored villages, museums, state parks, and lake ports purchasing books and reference materials, and taking photos for use in Donna’s research.

I received this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review. Thank you!

1 comment:

  1. Thank you so very much for reviewing my story! I treasure my readers!
    Donna Winters