Hands down, my most popular post to date is Spicing Up Your Marriage (without 50 Shades of Grey). Since I’m quite fond of this topic (wink), I thought it would be fun to create a similarly themed eBook. It came in a little over 50 pages and I’m just so happy with it. I’ll have more details for you soon, but basically it guides the reader and their spouse through a 28-day adventure intended to kick things up a notch in the bedroom (without ever demeaning or objectifying the participants). It should be on Amazon before the end of the week. I’ll keep you posted!
(UPDATE: It’s now available on Amazon!)
Danielle was the first female Catholic writer that I discovered after I converted. While I love everything she writes, I love Momnipotent best of all. It’s Danielle at her very best (which is saying a lot). And look up at the blurb at the top! That’s me! Since it’s a little blurry, here’s what I said:
In true Danielle Bean fashion, this book is a balm for the weary mother’s soul. It will bring hope and encouragement to any mom who’s ever uttered the words, I can’t do this.
I just know you’re going to love it.
I’ve been meaning to recommend Haley and Daniel‘s book, Feast!, to you for months. I’m sure that by now you all have a copy but if not, you must add this one to your library! It’s an absolute treasure.
Sophia Institute Press recently kindly sent me The Little Oratory by Leila Lawler and David Clayton (and illustrated by Deirdre Lawler). I fell in love with it the moment I opened the package. It’s just beautiful – the kind of book that is pleasure to simply hold in your hands. There are even full-color icons included that can be torn out of the book and displayed in your home! The advice is top notch, too (as you can imagine).
Every time I need a little encouragement, I head to Lisa-Jo’s blog. I know of very few people who can inspire the way she can. Surprised by Motherhood is every bit as wonderful as the posts on her site. If you’re a mom in need of a little boost, you simply must buy this book.
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