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Joanna Gaines’ New Book Will Inspire Fixer-Uppers

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Christmas came early for fixer-upper fans with the publication of Homebody: A Guide to Creating Spaces You Never Want to Leave (Harper Design)¬†by Joanna Gaines. Homebody, filled with opportunities for easy and simple changes for your home, brings the reader into Joanna’s farmhouse, invites you to get comfortable, and then gently pushes you toward the home of your dreams. Home should be a safe place that can be relaxing and¬†inspiring, but it should also reflect the people who live there. With examples from her own home and the many homes she has designed, Joanna gives you all the tools you need to design your next house or to improve upon your current one. This handy guidebook introduces the reader to…

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5 Uplifting and Joyful Reads in Honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, bringing an important issue and experience into the national spotlight. Here at BookTrib, we want to celebrate this month with uplifting books that radiate happiness, matching the strength and courage that we see in the women and men who are directly dealing with this disease every day. Breast cancer affects so many people, from the ones who are fighting to the family and friends who are aiding in that fight. Since obviously books always bring us joy, here are five recent reads that we hope will bring a smile to your face as well: The Magnolia Story, Chip and Joanna Gaines, with Mark Dagostino (Thomas Nelson, October 18, 2016) Any lover of HGTV has…

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