CHANGE: Ready or Not!

Book Review

CHANGE: Ready or Not! is a collection of uplifting poems and testimonies designed to motivate the reader to change. Each poem is based on text from the Bible which the writer also quotes frequently in her prose reflections. The reflections are “testimonies of encouragement” that expand the thoughts in the poems and provide life experiences that illustrate how the writer has seen these principles at work in her own life. There are thirty-eight entries, which is enough to provide readers with a bit more than a month’s worth of daily reading. 

This is an inspirational book that will be great for anyone that is stuck in a rut and wondering what to do next. Author Terri Davis speaks candidly about the lessons she has learned from the difficult experiences that taught her how to walk in faith.

The author’s words are heartening and her passion can be felt. The author speaks to readers in expressions that are relatable. You can almost hear her conversational tone of voice in phrases like “preached his socks off” and “all up in their ‘Kool-Aid”. I think this would be a fantastic script for a podcast. Exclamation marks, bold words, italics, and block capitals all give clues to the emotionality of the author and shows readers how the words would sound if spoken.

This stirring collection of poetry possesses flowing rhymes and a musical rhythm. This book inspires readers to try, conquer fear, and make something of their talent. CHANGE: Ready or Not! is a heartfelt collection that uses few words to speak volumes.

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