April 10, 2013

Single Infertile Female

I am so far beyond proud of my dear friend, Leah, as she accomplishes a life-long dream with the release of her first book: Single Infertile Female.


“First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes a baby in the baby carriage.”

That’s how the story goes, right? We all grow up hearing the same fairy tales, and imagining the same futures. But what happens when the future you have always pictured for yourself, is ripped away before you ever even get the chance to pursue it?

Single Infertile Female tells the story of a girl, still young and looking for love, who is hit with a medical diagnosis that threatens to destroy the future she always believed she would have. Faced with a choice between now or never, she has to decide if love and marriage should always have to come first. And if they don’t, can you still keep looking for them, even while actively pursuing that baby in the baby carriage?


Leah, I love you to the moon and back. It is simply impossible for me to put into words how grateful I am for your friendship. You have taught me to view and appreciate motherhood in new ways. You have challenged me to become a better friend, a better wife, and a better mother. And your strength and determination have been nothing short of inspiring.

Today, and always, I wish you all the love, happiness, and success in the world.


If you would like to purchase Single Infertile Female, you can find it here (Kindle and print). Oh, and don't mind my shout out. Wink wink.

I cannot wait to read my Kindle copy on my flight home next week!

9 comments:

  1. It sounds like a good read. I'll definitely be checking it out.

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  2. I love you.

    Also... you should probably check out the dedication page. ;)

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  3. I forgot to comment back forever-ago. I am blessed to have a friend like you. Also, I am like, basically famous by association.

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  4. I hope you ordered the book! There are usually great deals running on Amazon!

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  5. Yes! I think I finished it in 2 or 3 days!

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  6. Oh yay! Did you like it? I love Leah's writing, it's just like talking to her in person. I hate 'the boy' though. He's a douche. Did you hate him as much as I did? No one treats my Leah that way!

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  7. I really did. I obviously don't know Leah, but it did seem like she was sitting there telling me her story. I wanted to punch that guy in the mouth. She deserved to have someone focus totally on her during that part of her life and instead he became a selfish turd.

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