“Seven Money Types”

The book for review is “Seven Money Types: Discover How God Wired You To Handle Money” by Tommy Brown. This book falls in the genre of Business and Economics, personal finances and general.

How good are you with your money? Do you have enough to pay the bills with some left over to do what you want with it? Or are you living paycheck to paycheck? So you have a nice nest egg to rely on?

Enter “Seven Money Types” to help you with this. The way we handle our money can be found by seven members of the Bible. This includes Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph, Moses, Aaron and David. It boils down to them. The characteristics of these men can be related to how we feel and react to money.

Aspects and traits of each of us can be broken down. There is a clever questionnaire at the end of chapter 1 which will reveal to you which way you lean toward. It is possible to have traits of more than one of the seven when it comes to your finances. It is also possible for you to tie with a couple.

The chapters after is divided into each man and from there you can learn the spiritual meaning and your relationship with God and money, if it is faring well, needs help or is in dire need.

This was an interesting interpretation of the ties between God and money. Even if your quiz number leads you to only one or two of the chapters the others can give you some insight for sure.

Did I like it? I did. I liked how it shared the relationship you have with God and your money and my attitude and thoughts on money itself. It gave me pause as I reevaluated my finances.

I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review.

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The book for review is “Roam” by Erik Therme. It falls in the genre of YA and fiction.

Meet our main character Sarah. A young lady who hasn’t had much luck with boys. Her latest one, Mark, is by all account a keeper by her mother. Sarah is so into Mark that she starts drifting away from her friends.

On her 21th birthday he takes her out but soon his car breaks down in a part of town where there is normally traffic, well until today. Mark’s true personality soon makes its appearance. It is one that is anything but the perfect boyfriend.

Enters Kevin, an aspiring writer, who finds a pretty young lady stranded on the side of the road. If he had known the rest of his day would be going from place to place trying to find a friend of Sarah’s which involved twist and turns that could turn deadly would he have picked her up? He does all he can to help her out even when he finds out about her abusive boyfriend who is out to get Sarah for dumping him.

This book has a bit of everything which will suit the age it is intended for. The book didn’t take me long to read for I did want to know how it would end. While some books you can figure out the ending, and this one somewhat I could, I stilled wanted to know how it happened hence I read it in 2 days.

I thoroughly enjoyed this book and the twist at the end was awesome.

I received for free in exchange for an honest review.

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