When the Glass Slipper Doesn't Fit

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New Hope Publishers, 2000 - Religion - 151 pages
3 Reviews
For every woman whose life isn't what she expected, here's help -- and a smile.

Claire Cloninger and Karla Worley speak with warmth and honesty to women living in the everyday world. Filled with advice on accepting our bodies (stretch marks and all), finding fulfillment in life's chores (from laundry to boardroom presentations), and loving our husbands (though they didn't come from the same gene pool as Prince Charming), this is a woman's guide to celebrating the journey we call womanhood.

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Review: When the Glass Slipper Doesn't Fit

User Review  - Claire - Goodreads

I picked up this book on the 25 cent shelf at the used book store at our library. It was one of those books where I read a chapter here and there, and although there was some insight and the authors ... Read full review

Review: When the Glass Slipper Doesn't Fit

User Review  - Angela - Goodreads

Excellent book --so far. More of a study. My writer's group is studying this book together. I like it because the author's both are my age and seem to identify so well with me and the feelings I have. I am enjoying the study and the interactivity of the book. Read full review

Contents

Up to My Elbows And No Sign of a Prince
1
Moving to Disney World Is Not an Option
9
Mirror Mirror on the Wall
33
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

Claire Cloninger is an award-winning lyricist, inspirational speaker, and author of numerous books. A six-time Dove Award--winner, her songs have been widely recorded by such artists as Amy Grant and Sandi Patty. Claire and Robert, her husband of more than 40 years, make their home in the Gulf Coast area of Alabama. They have two married sons and six grandchildren.

Worley is an author, speaker, musician, and worship leader. In addition to writing prose, she is a three-time winner of the Gospel Music Association's Dove Award as a songwriter for Word Music. She has recorded three albums and toured more than 600 concerts. Karla lives near Nashville, TN, where her husband, Dennis, serves as minister of worship for Brentwood Baptist Church. They have three sons. Her passion is helping people live out ttheir faith in everyday life.

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