In this journal readers will be introduced to a few of the author’s collective stories that originated from life experiences. The author shares true events and provides practical advice and Bible verses to assist individuals with their journey. We will spend a life time creating memories, experiencing life and creating great stories that we may never share. They will linger within our minds and there they may stay, never to be shared. Don’t let this be you. Experience the art of journaling. Write your stories if only for you to revisit one day. The purpose of this journal is to give you the tool to express your thoughts, tell your stories, and share your life experiences. You are important and you have a lot to say by way of journaling.
Gail Davidson is a lifelong resident of southern West Virginia. Gail enjoys the company of her family and gets pleasure out of watching her great nephew Johnathan play soccer. Gail also enjoys spending holidays and special occasions with her great niece, Jennifer and other great nephews, Ryan and Ronell. Gail enjoys traveling and spends a great deal of her vacation time in the Carolinas. Gail has enjoyed over the years telling stories that inspire others. She has a love for writing and wanted to share some of her stories with you.
I was gifted this book yesterday, by the author herself. And I have found that it is a gift I will treasure for many, many years. [I am ordering copies for my granddaughters now!]
Life has a way of teaching us many lessons. It is important how well we listen, and take to heart, those lessons that will determine just how we turn out in the end.
This book contains beautiful life lessons for readers of ALL ages, but especially for the young person who is just starting out on their own, say in college, or a first job.
Davidson begins with a little story [she says she has a never ending supply of stories] and follows that with the lesson. Each lesson is then highlighted with a reference from Scripture. Each lesson is very short, and will take about 5 minutes to read. There are thirteen  chapters in all.
The book can be read in a single sitting. Or the lessons can be read one at a time. I found the book suitable for group study as well.
This book is available in both print and Kindle versions on Amazon.com and Xlibris.com.
I give this book Five Stars and a big Thumbs Up!
****DISCLOSURE: This book was provided by the author, and was a gift, under no obligation for review.
Cyndi Beane Henry