Friday, April 7

Only Love Today: A Book Review


Only Love Today by Rachel Mary Stafford

I wasn't quite sure what to expect with this book. I knew it wasn't going to be a devotional, but it didn't appear to be like a book either. So when it arrived, I pounced on the box, ripping it open to see what people were raving about.

This book was written by the author of Hands Free Mama, and I haven't read it, but have heard amazing things about Stafford as a writer. I loved her writing style in this book! I thought it was a great combination of deep thoughts and stories to keep my attention. I found I was underlining or making notes more often than most books.

As I was flipping through the book, I was a bit confused at first. The book is divided into four "seasons.
 - spring (opening up): renewal, new habits and growth
 - summer (shining through): authenticity, connection and acceptance
 - fall (wrapping up: gratitude, grace and awareness
 - winter (holding on): hope, encouragement and introspection

The reason I was confused when first flipping through the book is because the seasons - or chapters - have dated readings, but the readings flow onto other pages with very little distinction between the readings. You get used to it after a while, I guess.

The version I got was a hardcover book. The cover is attractive. The inside pages remind me of the books you'd read when you were little that had a hardcover but pages that were the off-white, almost yellow, and thin. Not quite what I was expecting.


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