Laura A. Diaz ____ Teach Write

TEACHER, AUTHOR, EDUblogger "I want to (read and) write books that unblock the traffic jam in everyone's mind." ~J. Updike

Single Christian Female ~ by Misty Leonard, LPC, M.S.


Check out this new Christian, YA, book that has loads of potential!

http://authonomy.com/books/42582/single-christian-female/

Single girls struggle when all of their friends are married. This book helps women cope during such a difficult life stage.

Single Christian Female is written for every single woman that would prefer to be married. Single Christian Female is a 19 chapter, 31,466-word nonfiction book that addresses the difficult issues that single women face, such as loneliness and feelings of guilt for past mistakes. It also gives Biblical wisdom and encouragement to the woman who has lost all joy because of her single state.

As a counselor, I know that people are willing to grasp anything that brings them hope in a time of need. I have written Single Christian Female to motivate and inspire single women everywhere. Single Christian Female is marketable to all woman who feel frustrated about their singleness.

Some reviews:

Thank you for sharing this beautiful book. It is heartfelt and is a breath of fresh air for women of all ages, regardless of marital status, it is spiritual in a non biblical manner. The sprinkling of parables with the stories is ideal for this type of read, it inspires even the non-believers of any religious sector. It was an easy read, no complicated side-lines, just pure grace and love.~FC Maeila, Ireland Memories of Our Childhood

The perfect antidote to angst ridden memoirs or fiction about terrible childhoods. This collection of short memoirs about Irish parents is a welcome reminder that the overwhelming majority of parents love and care for their children. The Irishness of the memoirs adds that country’s own special cultural dimension to them, but the messages within them are universal, thank heavens. My particular favourite was ‘Mother’s Threats’, as I like anything that catches the banter and wit of family life. I would have welcomed more dialogue within the memoirs for that reason. ~Colin Neville, Damaged Goods

Read the book at the above link and tell me what you think.

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2 comments on “Single Christian Female ~ by Misty Leonard, LPC, M.S.

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    May 21, 2013

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    April 29, 2013

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