Song of the day!
The first national Thanksgiving holiday was celebrated on November 26, 1789. President George Washington proclaimed it “as a day of public thanksgiving and prayer, to be observed by acknowledging with grateful hearts the many and signal favours of Almighty God”.
It is a time of prayer, hot chocolates and lattes. Of sharing, giving thanks to the harvest and people in our lives. As well, It’s a celebration of life, warmth and safety as we congregate with our loved ones in thankful appreciation.
This holiday season, I wanted to remind you to not forget to give thanks to yourself. It is ever true that love begins with self love. Don’t forget to thank your beautiful self for all that you are and all that you do. Appreciate your own efforts at life and show gratitude to yourself, so that it may spread beyond you to all around you.
Thank you Lavender at Long and Short Reviews for a four star review of The Icon.
“There are wonderful discoveries and twists and turns in this story, and subjects with depth.”
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“Carla Golian’s THE ICON is a religious, spiritual, historical, romance tale all masterfully wrapped up in a mystery novel. THE ICON lures you in with the main character’s personal secret and then leads you on her journey for answers, paying it all off as well as any movie.
While reading THE ICON, you’ll feel as if you’ve been swept away to Paris. And when you’ve finished the book, you’ll be questioning your own place in the universe. A fun and thoughtful read. “
~ Jason Filardi, writer of Bringing Down the House and 17 Again
I’m happy to share a review of The Icon by the lovely Aimee Ann.
“Readers now and then will come across that one book that blows them away and The Icon was that book for me. This is thanks to the unique premise, unlike anything I have read of or heard before.”
Click on the link below for full review.