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Tuesday, July 24, 2012

All About The Teenage Bride

I first "met" Jillian Amodio shortly after starting this blog. I think we were both in the first group of "followers" for each other. It's been so fun for me to keep up with Jill and Dan and then their little princess Juliette at TheTeenageBride Blog.

So imagine how fun it was for me to read Jill's new book - with excerpts straight from her journal along with added thoughts about what has made this teenage bride and her family thrive...

DIARIES OF A TEENAGE BRIDE is filled with surprising insight (Jillian & her husband are still in their early 20s), realism and some fun humor. In fact, my favorite chapter was all about humor. Everyone know what a cicada is? No? Well, they're noisy creatures who, once dead are hard to flush down the toilet - just ask Jill.

(image from this site)
What I love about Jillian:
She's full of passion, honesty, and life. Jill is a ball of sunshine - just contact with her words lights up my world. Jill is giving away an autographed copy of her book to one of you readers!!! YAY! Just leave a comment to be entered. For extra entries:
Become a follower of TheTeenageBride Blog
Visit Jillian's website and watch her short video

Please leave a separate comment for each entry. Good luck friends!

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  1. Denalee thank you so much for this stellar review! You are a true friend. I am so happy you enjoyed the book!

    Good luck to all who enter!

  2. I would like to win a copy.

    I am also a follower of her blog.

  3. Sounds like fun. I have been looking for a good book in that genre.

  4. That sounds like an awesome book! I would love to read it!!

  5. And those cicadas can grow GIANT sized! No wonder they are difficult to flush! Looks like a great book, Jillian, and your baby is beautiful!

  6. I'd LOVE to read that book! Hope I win! ;^D

  7. Very interesting. I love. Greetings.

  8. my mom was a teenage bride and enjoys
    a precious relationship with her husband
    60 years later.

  9. It can work out, sometimes better than a couple when being older. The potential bitterness of earlier relations isn't there yet...

    *MlleWanderlust *

  10. Having been a teenage bride myself,I would love to read this book. Next week it will be 59 years since our wedding day and we have loved the journey!