Wednesday, September 30, 2009

It’s Not About Him, by Michelle Sutton


This week, the

Christian Fiction Blog Alliance

is introducing

It's Not About Him

Sheaf House (September 1, 2009)

by

Michelle Sutton

Today’s review is one that I have really been looking forward to. I am a huge Michelle Sutton fan (please, no cracks about my waistline). I know that if you read, It’s Not About Him (Sheaf House, Sept. 2009), that you will be a fan also. As a career youth minister, and novelist, I applaud Michelle on her ability to create her own special brand of deliciously edgy, inspirational novels that young people won’t be able to put down. But make no mistake; this book packs a life-transforming punch that will change their lives.

I am featuring an interview with Michelle, in my column in the October 2009 issue of Christian Fiction Online. Please drop by and give it a read.




ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Michelle Sutton, otherwise known as the Edgy Inspirational Author, is Editor-in-chief of Christian Fiction Online Magazine, a member of ACFW, a social worker by trade, and a prolific reader/book reviewer/blogger the rest of the time.

She lives in Arizona with her husband of nineteen years and her two teenaged sons. Michelle is also the author of It's Not about Me (2008) and It's Not About Him (Sheaf House 2009). She has nine other titles releasing over the next three years.
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ABOUT THE BOOK

Susie passed out while drinking at Jeff’s party and later discovered she’s pregnant. She has no idea who the father is and considers having an abortion, but instead decides to place her baby for adoption. Following through ends up being more wrenching than she imagined, but she’s determined to do the right thing for her baby.

Jeff feels guilty that Susie was taken advantage of at his party and offers to marry her so she won’t have to give up her baby, like his birth mother did with him. But Susie refuses, insisting he should marry someone he loves. Can he convince her that his love is genuine before it’s too late? Can she make him understand that it’s not about him—it’s about what’s best for her child?

If you would like to read the prologue and first chapter of It's Not About Him, go HERE

5 comments:

Michelle Sutton said...

Aw, thanks, David. Glad you liked it!

David Meigs said...

Hey Michelle! :-)

Rulan said...

It sounds a wonderful book and would be great to read. May the Lord reach many lives through it.

David Meigs said...

Rulan, thanks for the visit.

Blessings! :-)

Michelle Sutton said...

David, Rulan's book got lost in the mail. Wah! Last year that happened to Jen AlLee so when I did my trip to Vegas in July she ended up buying a copy from me. This year INAH arrived at Jen's but missed Rulan. It's always something.