Coffee Time Romance & More






ISBN# (10): 0-446-58087-2/ (13): 978-0-446-58087-8
August 2007
FaithWords (Hachette Book Group USA/Imprint of Warner Books)
237 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10169
$22.99 U.S./$28.99 Canada
240 Pages
Fiction/Christian Women/Religious/Inspirational
Rating: 4 Cups

Any puzzle is not complete without all the pieces together. The same can almost be said with knitting. One takes each strand and creates a beautiful masterpiece. Life each day can be like that section of a puzzle or something being knitted. Since the beginning of time, this can be said about people. There has always been a plan to follow that will knit things together perfectly. God created each of us and through Him a plan fashioned for each of us and with each plan someone always has one dream they hope will happen in their life.

Just as everyone has a dream, no one wishes to fail. As with the author who went through life to finally fulfill her dream of being the ultimate writer, others have set goals they wish to ensue, while often having that little seed of fear to jump into the picture, making them lose any hope of success. It is the ultimate dream, a secret hope that eats away at a person until one day they finally see they have achieved that one dream. Knit Together demonstrates how determination and believing in oneself, can often conquer that moment of fear that enters the mind.

Knit Together brings out how God has been there with us from our birth watching over each of our steps as we strive to embrace our dreams and success. Sometimes it is encouraging to take risk, be daring, adventurous and confident in the abilities in which God has given us. One should never be afraid of mistakes. The book enhances the five B’s that help with one’s goals. Be proud, be persistent, be grateful and be yourself. By taking pride in oneself, going after our goals, daring to dream, one can learn to appreciate the small things in life.

Debbie Macomber has weaved a fantastic book in Knit Together. I was able to learn quite a bit once I opened the pages. I thought the part about the negative self-talk was most interesting as it leads others to start believing it to be true. I love Debbie Macomber and this book would make a great addition to any bookshelf. While reading the contents, I felt as if Ms. Macomber was like a sister, a friend or the next door neighbor, sharing a cup of sugar or coffee, someone who is there for you any hour of the day or night. She brings joy and a glowing heap of warmth to this read and a smile with each turn of the page.

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