Some Of Those Books

You know when you stumble onto one of those books that you can’t put down, one of those books you read in one sitting, one of those books that before you finish you have already crafted a list, either mental or physical, of people you are going to share them with, one of those books that leaves you thinking for weeks, one of those books that you quote so much that you start to get on your own nerves.

I’ve read two of those books lately.

The first is Resurrection Year by Sheridan Voysey. {But it’s not out yet, so go pre-order it and I’ll tell you more about it closer to it’s release.}

The second is Freefall to Fly by Rebekah Lyons. {Y’all it is so good. }

Freefall to Fly for every woman who has felt alone, afraid, and unworthy.

It’s for every woman who has struggled to get out of bed in the morning.

And it’s for every woman who has ever asked….

Is there something more?

Why am I here?


Does my life matter?

With candor, depth, strength and stunning beauty, Rebekah shares her “dark night of the soul in the city that never sleeps” and all who read her words will be better for it.

I know, I am. Her words helped me understand surrender, her words gave me permission, and her words affirmed my search.

And I have some good news…

Thanks to Rebekah’s team, I get to give away a copy of Freefall to Fly {Y’all it’s so good.}! Simply leave a comment below on why you want to read this book and I will select a winner on Friday. 

If you don’t want to wait, you should check this amazing promotions Rebekah’s team has set up. EVERYONE who purchases Freefall to Fly will receive three awesome gifts An original chalk art print by chalk artist, Dana Tanamachi, a $5 TOMS gift card, and a Freefall to Fly digital soundtrack. ANYONE who subscribes to Rebekah’s blog will have: a prelude and 1st chapter of Freefall to Fly delivered to their inbox.

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  • Carla

    I am an avid reader and just finished my last book {Radical; Platt} and am looking for one to start next week! Would love to read Freefall to fly! : )

  • Katy

    I would love to read Freefall to Fly! I have seen SO many blog posts and instagram pictures about it that I’m really interested to read the book!

  • I would love to be able to give my wife a copy. Three years ago we moved from a rural town to the heart of a city. I have a feeling we can relate a bit to the Lyons!

  • I’ve heard so many great things about this book! I have definitely asked myself those questions a time or two. It’s on my To Read list for sure.

  • redheadkate

    Since I quit my job last week and don’t know what the next step is, the description of that book hits me right where I am right now.

  • Love the questions presented in this book – it sounds lovely!

  • Love Resurrection Year. Can’t wait to read Freefall to Fly!

  • Marisa Van Houten

    i’ve been hearing so much about this book & can’t wait to read it! and because the cover is so fabulous, i want a real copy & not just on my iPad… pick me pick me!! 🙂

  • jody mccomas

    I’m so bummed I missed the live web cast the other night about this book. I really would love to read it!

  • My question is who wouldn’t want to read Freefall to Fly. It sounds like a book that just speaks to the soul.

  • Antonea Bastian

    With so many cultural messages about what it means to find your worth as a woman, this book would be an amazing perspective to hear. I turned 20 a few weeks ago and am so anxious to make this season of my life the well upon which I draw strength, insight, and wisdom from for the rest of my life.

  • Melissa M.

    This would be a great book to read. I had a small meltdown just this morning over being overwhelmed with everything that is expected of me as a single mother, full time employee, and graduate student. Life sometimes gets overwhelming and you start to wonder if you can do it all anymore.

  • Sheri

    I read the first chapter of Freefall to Fly online and I would love to win a copy so I could read the rest of the book. I was pulled in to the book just by reading the first chapterj and I would love to know how Rebekah was changed in the process so that it could help me with dealing with areas in my life.

  • I would love to snag a copy of this because I meet weekly with my two closest friends and the questions Rebekah asked are the questions we are asking over tacos.

  • I would love to read this book so that I can find that the urge to soar while seeing our broken wings is not something I battle alone. I am learning how to draw strength and identity from my past and ground it in Christ as I chase down hope in today and tomorrow. Her book seems to echo messages I am trying to learn.

  • I believe that reading this book would help not only me but many of my friends as well. Yes, I am one of those people that has to share everything important that I am reading, therefore, I would love to have the opportunity to read this book, benefit from it, and “preach it” to my friends! 🙁