I'm so excited, honored and proud to announce that my friend Ashley has just released a new eBook:
Ashley’s book is full of wise, Scriptural encouragement for the single woman. She dispels commonly-held myths about singleness, but her message isn’t “I’m so sorry you’re not married, let’s all feel bad for ourselves.” Neither is it “Singleness is the best thing ever! Never get married! Who needs husbands?!” She honestly says,
“I don’t pretend to pray that I remain single for the rest of my life either. Marriage and family is something I deeply desire and want very much. Like every girl, I long for the companionship and security of a marriage. And yes, I’m one of those hopeless romantics that’s been dreaming about my wedding since I was ﬁve.
So why am I writing this book? It’s not because I’ve got everything ﬁgured out but rather the Lord has brought me through some trials and taught me a few things in the middle of it all.”
Ashley is a young woman who has done a lot of learning already in her life. She’s a stay-at-home daughter and is busy preparing to be a wife and mother herself someday. But that does not mean she fails to look for ways that she can serve God by serving others as a single person. She has practical tips in this book for skills a single girl can learn, ways to make money and have a job without going to college, alternatives for gaining education without going to college, ideas for ways to volunteer and serve in one’s church and community, and fun and helpful tips on beauty, modesty, and relationships with guys. More importantly, she has suggestions and encouragement for young women on how to grow in their relationship with Christ. Ashley is passionate about the Lord, and she wants to share that with those who read her book.
This book is Ashley’s gift to other young, single women. She’s sharing with them what she has learned. This is her testimony to how God has worked in her life, it’s her witness to her faith in him, and it’s her call to other young single women to be all that they can be, and embrace their life just as it is. She writes, “I ﬁrmly believe that if the Lord is gracious enough to teach you something, you should be thankful enough to share it with someone else. So that’s what this book is all about, me sharing some of the lessons I’ve learned, and continue to learn, during this journey of singleness.”
I highly recommend this book to any and all single women, no matter what your age. This book is also excellent reading for anyone who is friends with or ministers to a single woman (e.g., pastors, teachers, youth ministers, counselors, and parents, just to name a few). If you are in any of these categories I encourage you to get this book and use it for your own edification and to enable yourself to better encourage and instruct the single women in your life.
As a special gift to her readers during the book's launch week this week, Ashley is also hosting a giveaway of a fantastic set of beauty products!
Head over to Ashley's blog to enter the giveaway and buy the eBook--only $4.95 for a pdf version, OR you can get it on your kindle or nook!
Also, I'm excited to announce that next week I'll be giving away a copy of Single Girl right here at Living in the Light! Ashley has graciously offered one of my readers a copy of her book. So if the giveaway last month, for married people only, wasn't for you--this just might be! Stay tuned!