Some books are good reading, but when you’re done with them, you shelve them, let them collect dust, and eventually give them away to an unsuspecting thrift store bargain shopper.
Some books are good reading, and when you’re done, you rave about them on your blog, shelve them, let them collect dust, and eventually give them away to an unsuspecting giveaway winner.
Some books are good reading and no matter what, YOU DO NOT EVEN LEND YOUR COPY TO ANYONE. You know you’re going to be referencing those folded-down pages, tapping into the insight and wisdom that brought a dusting to your eyes, searching for a shoulder to lean on between the cover.
Some books are such good reading that they’re almost “blankie” books.
Ginny Kubitz Moyer has written one such book with her latest release, Random MOMents of Grace: Experiencing God in the Adventures of Motherhood.
Moyer writes with the voice of experience and the insight of appreciating what she has. She doesn’t sugarcoat things and yet she taps into the beauty of motherhood. She’s sappy without being sickening, funny without being overbearing, wise without being unreachable.
After reading this book, I was left feeling encouraged by a sister-in-arms. It’s a book I’ll be sharing, for sure, and I’ll also be re-reading. Because you know what? All moms deserve this sort of reading every once in a while.
5 reasons you need your own copy of Random MOMents of Grace:
1. It will make you laugh. Out loud. More than once.
2. It will make you cry. (Though I maintain there was something funky going on with my bedside lamp that particular night…)
3. We moms gotta stick together. And while we’re sticking together, we need to ENCOURAGE one another and point each other to Christ.
4. If you’re going to read, at least every once in a while, you should read GREAT writing. I won’t call her a master of the craft, but I will say that Ginny Kubitz Moyer is a fine, FINE writer.
5. I said so. (Hey, I couldn’t resist.)
I just so happen to be giving away some copies of this book, if you’re interested. Leave a comment below or on yesterday’s giveaway post (or hey, because I am a generous person, in BOTH places).