This Much Country by Kristin Knight Pace – Review

This Much CountryThis Much Country
by Kristin Knight Pace 

Publisher: Grand Central Publishing (March 5, 2019)
ASIN: B07F6C61TX
ISBN-10: 1538762404
ISBN-13: 978-1538762400
Genre: Autobiography – Memoir

A memoir of heartbreak, thousand-mile races, the endless Alaskan wilderness and many, many dogs from one of only a handful of women to have completed both the Yukon Quest and the Iditarod.

In 2009, after a crippling divorce that left her heartbroken and directionless, Kristin decided to accept an offer to live at a friend’s cabin outside of Denali National Park in Alaska for a few months. In exchange for housing, she would take care of her friend’s eight sled dogs. Continue reading

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Hurt Road: The Music, the Memories, and the Miles Between by Mark Lee, Mac Powell – Review

Hurt Road: The Music, the Memories, and the Miles BetweenHurt Road: The Music, the Memories, and the Miles Between by Mark Lee and Mac Powell was published on September 5th, 2017 by Fleming H. Revell Company. Third Day guitarist Mark Lee is no stranger to heartache and hopes deferred; the road to success is never traveled without missteps along the way. Life is messy and uncertain and full of surprises. And one of the best things he’s ever done is let go of his expectations about how life should be in order to embrace life as it is a moment-by-moment walk with God. Continue reading