Sunday, February 14, 2016

The Gift of Friendship by Dawn Camp

Cover Art
Image courtesy of the Publisher
Whether next door or in the next time zone, our friends are some of our most vital relationships. We cherish time spent together and look forward to the next time we can solve the world's problems over coffee. There is something about a true friend that no other relationship can touch.

Collecting over fifty true stories from some of today's best writers, Dawn Camp offers you a chance to sit back and experience the gift of friendship. With its beautiful photographs and poignant prose, this collection is the perfect pick-me-up anytime you need a boost.

My Thoughts:
Grab a cup of coffee and have lunch with some of the best friends of your life. Whether you're listening to stories from Holley Gerth, Liz Curtis Higgs, Lysa Terkeurst, Renee Swope, Dawn Camp, Jessica Turner, Lisa Jo Baker or many more, be ready for the collection of the perfect pick me-up. These stories are healing, holy and worth your time no matter the season of life you find yourself in. I found this book to be incredibly uplifting, entertaining and encouraging. I felt like I was at Starbucks with a bunch of friends having coffee discussing life. This book is just a beautiful book and one that you don't want to miss. Pick up a copy not because I'm telling you to, but because you will miss out on something beautiful here. I am reading this book as a devotional because I love to read the stories each day. To find out where you can purchase it, head here.  I am giving this book a five star review for its content, depth, uniqueness and ability to capture a large variety of audiences of readers. Thank you to the publishers for giving me a copy for review purposes only. I was not compensated for a positive review. 

About the Author:
Dawn Camp
Dawn Camp is the camera-toting, homeschooling mother of eight children and the editor of The Beauty of Grace. She is also a featured blogger at (in)courage, and her beautiful photography previously graced their monthly calendar and currently decorates the desktops of women around the world. Camp blogs at and is a featured photographer on Adobe's website for Adobe Photoshop Lightroom software. She lives with her family in north metro Atlanta.

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