Tamar’s 10 in ’15 Book Challenge – Tuesday’s with Morrie

Well, we’ve come to our first book in the 10 in ’15 Book Challenge! I have to tell you, I really had no idea what Tuesday’s with Morrie was even about until I snuggled up with it in the library reading chair. I cracked the cover the day after starting my new teaching job and found out that God had chosen for me to read this book about a teacher first! I shook my head and smiled, He never fails.

This book had me at hello! I was swept into Morrie’s world and I didn’t want to leave. He was the teacher I try to be. He taught the way I long to teach. He treated people the way I try to treat them. He is such a great role model for teachers and for people in general. His outlook on life is inspiring to say the least and this story of his march toward death’s doors is a MUST READ. I can see why so many people recommended it to me!

There is so much more that I’d love to share with you about the book, but I don’t want to spoil the journey for anyone who hasn’t taken it yet.

Now, if you recall, when I first announced this Book Challenge I told you that there would be a reward for everyone who participated. Today is when you get to participate! 😀 Simply leave a comment below letting me know that you read the book, feel free to comment on how you felt about it, or if it taught you anything. For everyone who participates this month you will receive the free e-book of the month TRUE INTIMACY! 😀 So comment below and I’ll email you a copy of your very own! 😀

For everyone who reads all ten books with me and comments on each 10 in ’15 Book Challenge post at the end of each month will receive one SIGNED book of their choice from the “Books” tab on TamarKnochel.com for FREE! So keep reading my friends! Let’s grow together! 😀

Categories: 10 in '15 Book Challenge, Writing Through the Bible in a Year | 2 Comments

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2 thoughts on “Tamar’s 10 in ’15 Book Challenge – Tuesday’s with Morrie

  1. Brenda

    Wouldn’t it be wonderful if all of us took the same opportunity that Mitch Albom did?

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