I haven’t read a book like this before – it’s not fiction and it’s not a nonfiction “motivational/instructional” book either, which normally fills up my regular reading plate. Part of Glimpsing Grace in Ordinary Days are some of her (and her readers’) favorite newspaper columns (but expanded) and the rest is new material. So this book is nonfiction, but it’s stories from the author’s life…mulled over, examined and shared with us. Christine Litavsky calls it “authentic, honest writing” over what she knows best – “ordinary events in the life of an ordinary woman.”
Glimpsing Grace in Ordinary Days has 11 chapters. These are actually used more as ways to group the writings. Some of my favorite are “Parenting With Prayer”, “Home Is Where The Heart Is”, “Grace In Dumpsters & Dust” and “Meandering Down Memory Lane”.
So read this… slowly… savor it… and be blessed as we remember to “focus on the grace notes that we often forget to listen to during our frenzied days.”
**The publisher has provided me with a complimentary copy of the book through BookCrash for my honest opinion.