Christina Li, BA, MA, is an author, editor, journalist, wife, and homeschool mother of five. She has seen first hand the amazing things that happen when you say 'yes' to God.
She and her family live in the Northwest suburbs of Chicago. Besides writing, Christina enjoys coffee, fresh roasted and ground by her husband, great books (two of her favorite authors are Sonya Noble and Sherlock Treasures), and spending time with her amazing family.
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- My Book Isn't Selling! The Chargan Book of Marketing Ideas
on March 23, 2011
Great book. Short read, but full of helpful info, especially for us newbies. Thanks!
- Where's the Money?
on May 10, 2011
This book was full of great ideas that really work. The ideas are simple and even fun! I especially appreciated the fact that it works for introverts and those very new to publishing!
- We Stand Together
on May 15, 2011
Great Story! Interesting plot. The story was exciting and fun! I can't wait to read the next one in this series!
- What Kids Pray
on Aug. 22, 2011
This is a lovely book with amazing insights. Teaching Sunday School isn't the same as it was only a few years ago. Children have to deal with things we would never dream about. Nancy Watrud addresses these issues with gentleness and love. Though the book is small, there is a lot to it. Not only does she show 'what kids pray', she also gives guidance on how to teach small children how to pray. She gives hints and tips on working with both shy children and the more boisterous ones. Terrific book. Can't wait for Volume 2!
- Tao of the Mind
on Jan. 31, 2012
Tao of the Mind is both thought provoking as well as convicting at times. The author has obviously spent a lot of time thinking about his topic. His idea of 'Comfort Brain' versus 'Thinking Brain', 'Feeling Brain', and 'Creative Brain' is right on. He says that we need to stop going on auto-pilot, allowing our 'Comfort Brain' to be in control and instead really live, facing that which makes us uncomfortable and dealing with it. He also gives ways to snap out of 'Comfort Brain'.
The word 'Tao' actually means 'way' or 'flow'. The author discusses ways in which we can be in charge of our thinking and acting, rather than letting our cells dictate our lives for us. He says that fear isn't necessarily what drives us, rather, it is avoiding discomfort. When we face that which makes us uncomfortable, we can actually change our lives.
The content of the book is very good, however, it is in need of editing. That said, how much can you really complain when the price is only .99?
- We Fight Together
on March 20, 2012
We Fight Together is a great continuation of the Clones Saga series. It's funny and fun, but it also has a serious undertone about the importance of family. The author sucks you right into her world and you feel like you're there with all the characters, even to the point of walking up to them and talking to them yourself. The plot keeps you going right up until the end--where some questions are answered and others are not! Can't wait for the next one!