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YOU OPEN YOUR APARTMENT DOOR LATE ONE NIGHT AND SMELL SMOKE.
Call your dad and beg for help?
Open the windows, turn on a fan, and pray the smoke goes away?
Check on your roommate and call 911?
Grad the mop, clean the house, and then call 911?
No matter which answer you choose, Melanie and Tosha will help you think about the practical aspects of living on your own as a godly, independent single woman. Let them
· Show you how to travel the dating highway - safely and enjoyably
· Encourage you to develop strong, nurturing friendships that enrich your life
· Help you navigate your changing family relationships
· Coach you in maintaining a healthy lifestyle
· Discuss how you can honor God in all that you do
· Cheer you on as you enjoy this season of life as a single woman
Inspire you to pursue the dreams God has given you
These are just a few of the topics you'll find inside. So grab this book and head for your favorite coffee shop. As you sip a foaming cup of latte or a steaming mug of herb tea, page through Latte . . . , find the topic that interests you most, and settle in for a rewarding read.
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Melanie Beroth Dobson
Melanie Beroth Dobson is the owner of the media relations firm Dobson Media Group and a freelance writer. Her first book (Latte for One and Loving It! A Single Woman's Guide to Living Life to Its Fullest), which she co-authored with Tosha Williams, was released by Chariot Victor in February 2000.
Opportunities abound for single women to minister, travel, launch their careers, and cultivate their creative talents, says Melanie. Through this book, we hope to inspire single women to embrace life and pursue the dreams God has given them.
As the owner of Dobson Media, Melanie coordinates publicity for publishers, ministries and corporations. Before she developed her own company, Melanie was the corporate publicity manager at Focus on the Family where she was responsible for the publicity of Focus events, products, films and TV specials. She has worked in the fields of publicity and journalism for eight years including two years as a publicist for The Family Channel.
Melanie received her undergraduate degree in journalism from Liberty University in 1991, and in 1995 she completed her masters degree in communication, with a concentration in magazine journalism, at Regent University.
In May of 1998 (after writing the book), Melanie married Jon Dobson in Colorado Springs. She is now 30 years old, and she and Jon recently relocated from Colorado Springs to Richmond, Va. When she's not writing, Melanie enjoys traveling, exploring ghost towns, reading and hiking.Review:
Two young women have combined their life experiences and writing talents to create an invaluable handbook for single women. Melanie Dobson and Tosha Williams examine five areas of life: dating, wellness, relationships, pursuits and finances. In a conversational "big-sister" tone, they present sensible tips for success in each area. Suggested reading lists and reflection questions offer additional resources.
Informative and fun, this book is a perfect gift for young women, especially college students and recent graduates. Its practical counsel and friendly tone will guide single women to balanced, godly lives. It will benefit women who read it in one sitting and those who use it to complement individual Bible study. -- CBA Marketplace, February 2000
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