Fear, Faith and A Fistful of Chocolate by Debora M. Coty (Non-fiction)

02.07.13 | Trudi Cook | Comments[0]

            

Many people struggle with some form of fear – anything from worrying to flat out phobias and anxiety attacks.  Coty shares personal stories – her own and others – to talk about various internal fears, external fears, and faceless fears, as well as protecting ourselves with the armor of God.  So why should you read this book out of all the others on the topic?

My first reaction to Fear, Faith and A Fistful of Chocolate was “what a cute little book” and “what a fun title!”  (Yes, it’s definitely designed for the female audience!)   And then I chuckled when I saw the title for the study questions after each chapter, “More Pluck, Less Chicken.”  And then I started reading stories, and started laughing out loud.  And as I kept reading, my head started nodding…yep, been there, done that.  Yes, that’s good advice she’s giving…

Honestly, I haven’t read the whole book yet…but I’m going to.  It’s that good.  And I’m hoping to shake out a few fears in the process.

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my fair and honest review.

Barbour Publishing  Copyright 2013    ISBN 978-1-62029-169-6

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