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Love, Lexi: Letters to God Book Launch—with giveaway!

Posted by on Mar 1, 2016 in Faith, For Girls! | 7 comments

Love, Lexi Book Launch Party

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Whoo HOOO! It’s release day for Love, Lexi: Letters to God, a new devotional experience for 10-14 year old girls!

 

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From the back cover: What’s a girl to do when her rival wants to nab the attention of the one boy she’s liked since he shared his peanut butter and jelly sandwich with her in first grade? Alexis Dawn Cooper (aka Lexi) doesn’t like the way she looks, wants to hang out with the popular kids, and wishes Justin Powell—the boy she’s had a crush on practically forever—would like her as more than a friend.

Love, Lexi cover

What Others Are Saying:

“The author has done a fantastic job weaving together a story that could happen to any girl at any middle school in America. She has written Lexi as the typical girl next door who has some brave moments that bring on some big surprises.” ~ Edie C.

 

“I would recommend this book to several of my friends, and I hope the author will come out with more books similar to this!” ~ Apple, tween girl

 

“Love, Lexi! I have this book put away for our niece. She just turned 14 and her name is Alexa…they call her Lexi. I think it’s perfect for her. I have gone through the book myself and it is great. It is well written and so much fun. It’s a great book for pre-teens and teens. Not only is this a great story to read, but it is also a journal and devotional. It contains a lot of bible verses.” ~ Crystal

 

“Such a great idea, this book! It’s a seamless combination of story/journal/bible verses/idea articulation assistance – this one truly has it all for the tween and teen! The story is great; the idea is interesting; it is well written and fun and poignant and touching all at once.” ~ Kristen W.

 

What’s release day without a book GIVEAWAY?

Write a comment below to be entered for a chance to win a copy of Love, Lexi. I will draw a winner next Tuesday, March 8th, so you have time to tell a few friends (and your junior high pastor at your church) about the contest too!

But if you don’t want to wait, BUY THE BOOK HERE!

Here’s the question:

Which one of these top five things do you want your tween daughter to know?

  • God loves you no matter what!
  • You are valuable.
  • Inner beauty is more important that outward appearance.
  • Be a true friend.
  • Seek God above all else.

Fortunately, all of these topics are in Love, Lexi, PLUS a bunch more!

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7 Comments

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  1. Sherry Kyle

    And the winner is . . . Xochi! Congratulations! I’ll send you an e-mail for details.
    Thank you, everyone, for participating!

  2. Susan Best

    This book sounds amazing, wish I had had something like this when I was growing up!

  3. Xochi E. Dixon

    Sherry, this book is an amazing way to show our young sisters in Christ how to experience God’s presence as they interact with His Word.

    I want all young girls to seek God above all else.

    When a young lady puts God first, the rest falls into place. She will know God loves her unconditionally. She will discover her worth in His love and in relation to who He says she is. She will encounter the truth that affirms her beauty is not dependent on her appearance, because God looks at the heart. She will learn how to become a good friend, because her confidence will be in Christ not in the opinions of others.

    I pray your readers will encounter God in a deep, personal way, one page at a time.

    That’s what I’m praying for ny niece, Eliza, and my friend’s daughter, Natalie, two young ladies I hope will be forever changed and closer to God after reading your book.

    • Sherry Kyle

      So eloquently said, Xochi! And so true. Seeking God above all else is what will help tween girls weather the hard times in middle school—and get through life! Thank you for joining the conversation. I love it that you are praying for Eliza and Natalie. You are a woman after God’s heart.

  4. Laura Bennet

    I’ve tweeted and liked! Your books are so great! I especially love your heart for these tween girls. You nail it! So excited for you!

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