For The Love



I’ve talked a few times on here about this really cool opportunity I’ve had to be a part of a book launch team for Jen Hatmaker’s new book, For The Love.  I even had this crazy chance to write an endorsement for the front of there book.  And they published it.  This has been a really fun last few months.  If you haven’t checked out the book yet, you can go here to check it out!

But for you guys it’s just getting ready to start.  See, I’ve read all of the goodness wrapped up inside this book.  And when I say goodness, I mean one minute you’re going to be crying, and then the next minute your husband or friend or coworker is going to be looking at you funny because you’re laughing out loud.

Jen just has this way of speaking to you, regardless of who and where you are.  And regardless of how you see yourself, you can’t read one of her books and not feel loved.  It just oozes out of her words.

You need to read this book.

You don’t need to read it because I’m telling you to.  You don’t need to read it because something I’ve written is in the front of the book (although that’s an excellent reason).  You need to read this book because there is something in there just for you.  Maybe it’s the chapter about wearing leggings as pants and how it’s just not right.  Maybe it’s the chapter on dealing with difficult people.  Maybe it’s her thank you note section.  But I promise there is something in there for you.


So that’s why I’m giving away two copies.  Fresh off the press.  Hardback.  Just for you.  All you have to do is share this post and leave a comment here on the blog telling me why you need this book.  I’ll pick a winner at random Wednesday evening and announce it Thursday morning!  I like a quick turnaround.  So quick!  Tell me why you need this book!  And don’t say it’s just because I’m telling you so. 😉

About the author

  • Cathy Feely

    I need this book because my awesome friend, Julie Shreve, wrote a review and because I am in a new place and season of life.

  • Linda Griffin

    I need this book because I am trying to soak up all the good life has to offer and this book is full of goodness. I also am convinced life can be lovely and fun and courageous and kind. Life is full of transitions and I believe this book will offer me the encouragement and reminders needed.

  • Chelsey Gray

    With my oldest two going back to school, I could use a good read!!!

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  • Dawn Elise Wiles

    To grow and be challenged.

  • Terri Dinsmore Shreve

    I’m ready for a good read and will enjoy crying and laughing as I am feeling loved. Can’t beat that all wrapped up in one book.

  • Tessa McCormick

    Why do I need this book!?!? I could come with a million reasons right now but most of them are just too personal to share. I JUST NEED THIS BOOK!! 😉 hope thats good enough! haha!!

  • Jodi Lawson Paul

    It’s times like these when I realize it really is a small world. I’ve been following your blog for a couple years now. I came across Jen’s blog through a FB friend who posted her hilarious article to teachers about projects at the end of the year just a couple months ago. I read a few posts and thought, “this woman is hilarious. And down to earth.” So I actually preordered her book through Amazon about two weeks ago. Now, to hear you wrote a recommendation is just awesome. Congrats on being one of the selected. I can’t wait to read the Book (and your recommendation, of course)!

    • Thank you, Jodi! It’s been a fun experience!!