Humor for a Woman's Heart: Stories, Quips, and Quotes to Lift the Heart

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Howard Books, Sep 1, 2001 - Humor - 256 pages
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Also available is the signature book in this series, Humor for the Heart, and Humor for a Woman's Heart. These books are filled with fun writings by authors such as Max Lucado, Barbara Johnson, Chonda Pierce, Mark Lowry, and Marilyn Meberg. As you read, you'll find cheerful inspiration and unique insights into the human drama of life. These books are sure to lift you above the mundane and give your heart a healthy dose of optimism and hope.

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Laughter in a book

User Review  - Nancy E -

There are so many stories out in the world that are not funny but these stories are about true life and faith in a God that works through everyday events. I laughed and cried with all the authors and ... Read full review

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User Review  - 1983mk - LibraryThing

"Humor for a woman's heart 2" by a group of authors is another humorous book from this series. Full of uplifting quips, funny stories, and inspirational tidbits, most women will enjoy this book ... Read full review


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About the author (2001)

Shari MacDonald recently ran toward love with arms outstretched. Thankfully, the object of her affections did not flee, and as a result she is the happily married wife of photojournalist Craig Strong. The newlyweds live in Portland, Oregon, with their escape-artist dog, Ellie, who likes to run toward cats with paws outstretched. Shari is a best-selling author of several inspirational romances, including Sierra, Forget-Me-Not, Diamonds, and Stardust.

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