Friday, October 1, 2010

A Quiver Full by Robin L. Scott

A Quiver Full
 "Lo children are an heritage of the Lord ... Happy is the man that hath his quiver full of them..." Psalms 127: 3-5

The Bible scripture listed was the inspiration behind this book.  The book is a continuation of Robin L. Scott's first two books, The Strength of Love and From Ashes to Beauty.  I was privileged to see a copy of the cover for this book before it was actually published.  I loved it then and I love it now.  There's something so sweet about seeing a baby's hand grasping an adult's finger.

If this book itself was a quiver, it would definitely be full.  Just about every female in this book became pregnant at one time or another.  It was a pregnancy epidemic!!! =) Okay, that was a slight spoiler and I apologize ...

Seriously though, this book is a celebration of life, love and family.  It shows you that family is meant to be there for each other, whether it's immediate family or extended family.  God created families for a reason ... and that's to be each other's encouragement, strength and support.  Whenever you cannot rely on anybody else, you should always be able to rely on your family ... no matter what the situation.

The book does not focus on one particular couple or family.  Rather, it covers all of the families that were originally written in Robin's first two christian love stories.  Everyone shines in the spotlight, so to speak. =)

I don't want to give too much away, but if you like christian love stories that will make you laugh and cry, then you will enjoy reading Robin's books.  The more she writes, the better they get.

If you'd like to know more about Robin, check out the interview I had with her under the Author Interview tab at the top of my page.

Happy Reading! =)

1 comment:

  1. Hi there, *waves*

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    Lisa (Badass Bookie) xx


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