Thursday, May 15, 2014

Living in the Pink Book Review

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About the Book

Living in the Pink is a series of humorous and insightful short stories with Christian underpinnings. Through the eyes of the wise "Sister Pinky" and Believers Ministries International Church, these stories highlight issues that women grapple with but often remain unspoken in religious circles. The characters are everyday wives, mothers, and singles. They develop and gain a spiritual perspective in dealing with romantic relationships, wayward children, jealousy, church traditions, Christian hypocrisy, and self-righteous judgment, among other themes. Discussion questions help readers connect with the storylines and urge them to look within-and up-to reach their highest potential in life. (Goodreads)



My Review

I thought this book would be more about the author's personal insight and short funny stories. It's actually a book full of short fictional stories. There are questions at the end of each chapter about how the story could relate to your personal life and verse references.
I really didn't get much from this book and the characters didn't seem real enough to me. Some moments were amusing but for the most part it was hard for me to get through. I did enjoy how the author really incorporated a relationship with God and how having a faith in Christ is so special.  I wish I could say otherwise but this is not a book I would recommend.







"I received this book from MP Newsroom for free in exchange for an honest review."










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