Every Road Goes Somewhere launched a week ago today. I’ve been a bit too occupied for blogging – so today’s post is an excerpt from a Goodreads review:
“Throughout her memoir, Wendy Widder makes her life available to the reader in such a way that her story becomes food for the journeys of others. In Every Road Goes Somewhere Widder does far more than relate a personal history. Rather, she guides the reader gently (but not painlessly) through questions of God’s will, God’s goodness, and the end goal of a faithful life…. The joy of reading this book is that of traveling along with Widder as she makes sense of her labyrinthine life. The hope that pervades her conclusions is breathtaking.”Kaeli Joyce
If you haven’t ordered your copy, please do! And if you’re so inclined, reviews on Amazon, Goodreads, and anywhere else books can be acquired are really helpful. Thanks!
Maybe I’ll get to writing again soon…
This is a must read for anyone in the ages of 18 to 40. An enjoyable refreshing read to those in midlife as they reflect back on their lives. Wendy has us from the get-go identifying with her and the frustrations of “our” plans for our lives. An honest refreshing read.
Thanks, Don! Could you go say this on Amazon, too? 🙂
I was so happy to receive your book as a 34th Birthday gift! What a treat, especially to read about a relationship journey that is very similar to my own (especially because I had never seen it portrayed in that way before). Greetings from your London based Swiss reader! (I also just left a 5-Star review on Amazon.)
Nice to meet you, Nadine! And happy birthday! Thanks so much for the review. (Do I know the person who gave you the book?) 🙂