Wednesday, January 15, 2014

A Lady in France: A Review on About 100%

Hi, Friends!

When you're a blogger, you make blogger friends if you're lucky.  And if you're a nice person.

Believe it or not, nice goes a long way on the internet.  And being nice is fun when you find that there are a lot of other really nice people out there to become friends with.  Jennie of the blog A Lady in France is one of those people.

About a year ago, Jennie published her memoir on her blog.  I waited to read it each week, as she published her story one chapter at a time.  Jennie's story is amazing, taking us from her college days in Avignon, France, to Asia, New York City, Africa, and finally back to France.  She talks of unfathomable loss, heartache, and complete joy.  Through it all is the undercurrent of her faith journey, how she was called and how she continues to live according to God's guidance.

At the end of the year, Jennie's memoir was published as a book, and she asked me to do a review.  I posted the review on my other blog About 100% today, and along with it is a chance to win a copy of Jennie's book, A Lady in France.

Won't you cruise on over there to read my review and enter your chance to win a copy of her book?

It would be so nice of you - thanks!


**I was not compensated for this post.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.**