Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Latest in Christian Fiction (and more giveaways)

‘Tis the Season for Family Friction

The holidays are almost here, bringing added stresses, misunderstandings, and teen attitudes. Shaunti Feldhahn and Lisa Rice can help families with these issues during this often difficult time, as well as the rest of the year.
Shaunti Feldhahn is known for unlocking the mysteries of relationships for men and women. Now she turns to a parent’s relationship with a child, particularly a child of the opposite sex. Drawing on the results of a nationwide survey of kids and teenagers, she explores questions such as:

What do moms need to understand about the “tough and tender” boy who values respect over love?

What do dads need to understand about their daughter’s need for affirmation?

What are the six biggest pet peeves teens have about their parents?

Understanding the answers to these and other important questions can help parents make the holidays a time of celebration and unity, not strife and friction.

For Parents Only offers a unique look into a child’s mind and frees readers to communicate in healthier ways as they discover that understanding their kids may not be as complicated as they think.

Shaunti Feldhahn is the author of For Women Only and numerous other books, with sales totaling nearly one million copies. A nationally syndicated newspaper columnist and public speaker, Feldhahn earned her master’s degree at Harvard University. She and her husband, Jeff, have two young children.

Lisa A. Rice is the associate editor of Christian Living magazine, the mother of two teenage girls, and a screenwriter and producer.

To enter to win one of two copies of this book:
Please leave a comment on this blog post, giving your name and saying you’d like to enter. Due to mailing costs, we only ship to U.S. addresses (sorry, international friends).

Please leave a working email address or website where we can contact you (use this format with the brackets—you [at] yourmail.com—or something similar to prevent spamming). It’s the winner’s responsibility to check back and confirm whether they’ve won. Name of winners will be posted on this blog. You have a week to comment—We’ll choose two names next Tuesday afternoon, December 4th. Also, you can always leave a comment and not enter (just note that in your comment).


  1. With a teenage son in the house, I will have to buy this book if I don't win it!! (lslsbjork@comcast.net)


  2. I'd love to be included! tWarner419@aol.com

  3. What a valuable resource for all of us parents! I'd love the chance to win a copy--thank you!
    f.chen [at] comcast.net

  4. Oh I would love to win!

    I blogged ya too :

  5. i would like to win!

  6. Would love to win a copy of this book.

  7. I'd love a copy! Thanks for hosting! Email on blog profile!

  8. I may be too late for this drawing but hope not. I stopped by on the 4th but just didn't have time to sign a comment. So came back today not realizing it was past due.


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