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LitBits: The Missing Command


One of my favorite things to do is to dump all my cares and concerns  at the door and venture into a good book.  Although there weren’t as many distractions when I was growing up, taking time to read is something that was instilled in me at a young age thanks to my mom, I literally (pun intended) had a mini library growing up.  Today I find it refreshing and an invaluable moment  in time to remove myself every now and then from technology, social media and the general hustle of life in lieu of cuddling up with a book.

I figure there are millions of others just like me, so I wanted to start some blog posts (and possibly videos) where we can discuss great or not so great books together.  The plan is to choose a different book every month to two months.  My choice of books are generally spiritually and self-help driven, but if  you have some great reads to add please list them in the comments below as I’d love to check them out.  In addition, if I read a book you read a book, as I’ll be giving away at least one copy.

I was torn between what book to start with, but in keeping with my ‘self-love movement of 2016’ I’ve decided to kick off with: The Missing Commandment: Love Yourself How Loving Yourself the Way God Does Can Bring Healing and Freedom to Your Life by Jerry and Denise Basel.  To read the reviews (5 stars) and description or if you want to read along with me click the link above to grab a book or enter for your chance to win a copy.  Opportunities for comments, discussions and reviews will be posted at the end of February and a new book chosen.

You can also read an excerpt here.

To be entered into the random drawing to receive the book this month, all you have to do is visit my Facebook page and write ‘enter me’ under the correlating post, it’s that simple. See rules below*

Happy reading and be blessed,

Court 🙂

* Contest open only to legal residents of the United States, the District of Columbia, and other locales under United States jurisdiction including Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, American Virgin Islands, and other protected territories. Participants must also be at least eighteen (18) years of age. If you do not meet any of these requirements, or any other eligibility requirements in these official rules, then you are not eligible to participate in this contest.  The contest ends on the 31st of every month.