Revelations of a Single Woman: Loving the Life I Didn't Expect
Revelations of a Single Woman Loving the Life I Didn't Expect Author:Connally Gilliam Turning our culture's Sex in the City worldview completely upside down, Revelations of a Single Woman celebrates God's enticing, life-giving promises, even when life takes you down a path you didn't plan for. Connally Gilliam explores what it means to live in a world for which her mother never could have prepared her. Through this ... more »collection of thoughtful, honest, and humorous memoirs, the author delves into what it really means to be "the remainder" in a world that caters to couples, and what it means to be the one who lives out moral values that her peers think died in the sixties. As readers walk with Connally through each humorous and poignant experience, they will discover that God doesn't promise happiness somewhere in the future, but abundant life in the here and now.« less
I liked the title and cover of this book. Here and there I would pick up a sentence or two that was relevant, but for me the book was far to pushy on the topics of morality and religion. I grew up in a religious household, and I feel that I am a moral and conservative person, but I am not active in the church right now. The author was very over the top about sex. She is in her mid 30's and still a virgin. I found myself rolling my eyes and wanting to throw this book through a window. Even my religious mom thought it was somewhat unrealistic which says something. Maybe if you have her same strict religous ice-cold attitude then you'd like this book. The only reason that I finished this book is because I was on a plane and had nothing else to read.