Mad Libs with Book Titles




Hi all, I was going through my Bloglovin` blog roll and saw on Deco My Heart that JoyAnne had done a Mad Libs with Book Titles, it looked like fun. So I thought I would give it a try...
Let me know if you decide to participate. I'd love to read your answers. Thanks

 In school I was: Against All Odds

People might be surprised I'm: Almost Perfect (:

I will never be: Always the Baker, Never the Bride

My fantasy job is: The Keeper

At the end of a long day: Awakening Mercy

I hate it when: Betrayed

Wish I had: A Better Way To Think

My family reunions are: Between Sundays

At a party you'd find me with: The Bird-Woman of the Lewis and Clark Expedition

I've never been to: Brazil: A Culinary Journey

A happy day includes: The Good Life

Motto I live by: Goodness and Mercy

On my bucket list: Gone to Green

In my next life, I want to be: The Dog Next Door

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Wordless Wednesday - our cats




Top: Mr. M'Now
Center: Smokey & Mimi
Bottom: Mimi

The righteous care for the needs of their animals
(Proverbs 12:10a ~ NIV)

I'm linking up with Wordless Wednesday


Review: Spoken For




Format: Paperback
ISBN: 978-1-60142-597-3
Release: 4/15/14
Christian Living/Relationships/Single Living
Purchase: Waterbrook Multnomah




Author Spotlight:









Robin Jones Gunn, best-selling author of the much-loved Christy Miller Series and co-author of Praying for Your Future Husband, has had more than 4.5 million copies of her books sold worldwide. Her frequent speaking engagements have taken her around the globe. Robin and her husband live in Hawaii and have a grown son and daughter. - See more at: http://waterbrookmultnomah.com/author-spotlight.php?authorid=74963



My Thoughts:

         The prevailing message in this book is the all-encompassing Love of Christ. There are no special requirements or duties necessary. He loves us just as we are, for who we are.
         Each chapter ends with a section of "What do you think" questions. There are "What God says about you" verses, and a sprinkling of biblical quotes throughout the book. The authors challenged me to dig deeper into scripture. Scripture memorization is emphasized, for good reason.
          I was previously introduced to one of the authors, Robin Jones Gunn, through her `Sisterchick` series. The contributing author, Alyssa Joy Bethke, is new to me. I felt they worked well together. The authors revealed personal insights which challenges the reader to dig deeper into their own relationship with God.
        This book is endorsed by authors familiar to myself: Melody Carlson and Melanie Shankle.  I chose this book as a refreshing reminder of who I am in Christ.
        Although this book targets the younger female audience, I feel women of any age could benefit from the gems found within. I give this book 5* out of 5*.

Read: Chapter One

Robin's website

Alyssa's website

`Blogging for Books` provided this book to me free of charge in exchange for an honest review.