For The Love of Books

Literary Lovers Madness: Final Round

Bracket Madness season is upon us, so it’s time you cast your votes for your favorite book from 2017! This is the FINAL round of voting. Cast your votes by 4/2/2018 before the winners are announced. Each vote qualifies you for a chance to win a copy of the winning title!

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Chloe Renzema is the Content Marketing Coordinator at Tyndale House Publishers. Chloe grew up in Michigan where she developed her love of lakes and the outdoors. She is passionate about creating visually appealing content that communicates simply and clearly. In her free time Chloe enjoys running, reading, freelance graphic design work, and volunteering with YoungLife.

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  • Love these 2 books!!

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  • I’ve read Alisa Keaton’s book and done the study three times!!! There is so much depth of God and His Word and a lot to say about our wellness; while and Holy living! We all need this!!!

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  • Life changing book!!

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  • Polygamists Daughter is an amazing book. The strength it took is amazing to me.

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  • Thank for the choices

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  • Wonderful book to read over and over.

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  • Anna, your Bravity and Self Love to share your memoir is immeasurable

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  • Loved this page turner. Bought 4 copies for friends and they loved it also can’t wait for Heidi’s next book

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  • Just finished Becoming Mom Strong. It contains EXCELLENT Christ-centered advice for moms of kids of all ages.

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  • 🙂

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  • I start each day with Daily Acts of Kindness! The daily tidbits are touching and provide opportunity for positivity and sharing.

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  • What a different world it could be if everyone shared more of God’s love and acts of kindness!
    Just what we need❤️

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  • Great one year bible!

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  • I was pleasantly surprised that the book was not just a “to do list” of random acts of kindnesses. I love the thought provoking stories that inspire us, and the biblical references. A gem of a book. Will be read year after year.

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