What’s On Your Summer Reading List?

What’s on your summer reading list?

Summer has plenty of holidays
that come with extra time off from work
and often a trifle more space in our calendars.

Summer is packed with opportunities for
vacations and excursions.

Reading is a great way to pass the hours
waiting in an airport terminal,
logging miles in the car or RV,
or lounging by the water.

If you haven’t already read
The Widow Wore Pink,
A True Story of Life After Loss and the Transforming Power of a Loving God,
take it along on the road,
in the plane,
onboard the boat
or soaking up the rays poolside.

And,good news!
Right now, the Kindle/Ibook/Nook version of
The Widow Wore Pink
is on sale for $1.99.

So grab the paperback you bought
when we were together,
or get the digital version for your device
and read it!

I’d love to hear what your summer plans are
and what else is on your reading list.

If you’ve already read The Widow Wore Pink,
did you write a review on Amazon yet?

Reviews are what influences Amazon to “feature”
The Widow Wore Pink to other shoppers.

Help a desperate woman find the hope she’s looking for
by writing an honest review!


  1. Lou Ann Nay on July 1, 2017 at 1:10 am

    I’ve read The Widow Wore Pink, and given a few copies to other women. I appreciated this woman’s story told with frankness and a clear eye. So many times the stories of Christian women are “prettied up” and it’s difficult for me to relate. The Widow Wore Pink will make you laugh, cry and appreciate this woman’s life while being encouraged and blessed at the same time.

    My Summer reading list:
    A Man Called Ove/ Fredrik Backman
    The Nightingale/Kristin Hannah
    Life Interrupted/ Priscilla Shirer

    • Robyn Dykstra on July 1, 2017 at 2:00 pm

      Thanks Lou Ann!

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