Sunday, June 21, 2009

Book Giveaway: Words Unspoken

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In 1987 events are put into motion that intertwine lives ~ seemingly at random. A young girl struggling to overcome the tragic death of her mother. A missionary couple in France. A driving instructor and his wife. An up and coming stockbroker. All individuals who face various struggles: depression, deception, a broken marriage.

Lissa, the young girl who's mother died tragically, hears those accusatory 'unspoken words' constantly throughout her day. She isn't good enough. It was her fault. Failure. She'll never be anything. It is through the love and dedication of a driving instructor that Lissa learns Who is greater than those voices and the victory that results.
"When too many coincidences line up, when you feel there is someone looking over your shoulder, you are probably right. Someone big and unseen and all-powerful is orchestrating events in your life to get your attention. Not coincidence. Divine intervention. The question you must ask yourself is this: will I listen to this voice?"
Words Unspoken by Elizabeth Musser is the first novel that I have read by her. At first I was a little puzzled, trying to piece together the various characters and see how they all fit together ~ but in time they do! Musser doesn't skirt around the topic of depression either, having several of her characters struggling with deep emotional issues. The themes of forgiveness, redemption and hope are woven throughout the book.


If you'd like to win a copy of Words Unspoken, just leave a comment on this post and I'll put your name in the 'hat'. Comments for the giveaway will be open until next Friday, June 26th, 2009 at 8pm. I'll randomly pick a winner and announce next Saturday. This giveaway is open only to US residents.

***This giveaway is now closed.***

On my nightstand ... and not sure what order they will be read in...
  • Free Yourself to Love: The Liberating Power of Forgiveness ~ Jackie Kendall {re-reading}
  • A Promise to Believe In ~ Tracie Peterson
  • A Love to Last Forever ~ Tracie Peterson
  • Sometimes a Light Surprises ~ Jamie Langston Turner
  • Finding Favor with the King: Daily Inspirations ~ Tenney
  • Grace Based Parenting - Dr. Tim Kimmel
Be sure to stop by and visit 5 Minutes for Books and their monthly meme called "What's on Your Nightstand?" and also the Saturday Review.


  1. Good Morning,

    Happy Father's Day

    gahome2mom at gmail dot com

  2. This book sounds so interesting. I love your nightstand list too. Some of those sound like my cup of tea as well.

    kodiakkoehlers at gci dot net

  3. I'd love a chance and to be dropped into the hat and maybe win this book. Thanks for the generous offer.

    espressogurl at hotmail dot com

  4. Ooo...that sounds like a great book. I'd love for you to enter my name.

  5. I'd like to be included for the giveaway please. Thank you.

  6. Sounds like a great book! Enter me too please :)

    Nikki Painter

  7. This sounds like an interesting storyline! Throw me (or at least my name) into the hat!


  8. I love a good thinker! Thanks for including me in the drawing! ;)

  9. I'd love to be included in the drawing.


  10. This sounds like something I could really get into! Also just got the email reminder about the book fair opens this weekend (just a reminder). :-)

  11. Oh, me! Me! Pick me! ;-) It sounds like a great book. I'd love to win.

  12. I'd love to win! You always have such great titles.

  13. Throw my name in the hat! And thanks for sharing your reading list.

  14. Well, that sounds like a fun book. I'd be interested.

    As for the books on your nightstand - I haven't heard of a few of those. Graced-Based Parenting is one of my favorite parenting books....and one I need to reread!!!

  15. I just found your blog the other day and love it :)

    This looks like a good book to read, I'd love to win it :)

    mhbrem at yahoo dot com

  16. I could use a good book to read!

  17. Please include me in the giveaway!

    lilemmy4 (at) hotmail (dot) com

  18. sounds like a great book-include me.

  19. Sounds like a great book for me to share with my mom!

  20. Hope I am not too late. I love reading missionary stories. :)


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