Book Review- Shine: How to Walk the Talk by Nancy Segovia

Shine: How to Walk the Talk 
By: Nancy Segovia
Genre: Christian/ Non-fiction
112 pages
Publisher: Faith and Reason Publishing
Publication Date: May 2013


Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, 
and glorify your Father which is in heaven. Matt. 5:16

The Bible tells us we need to "shine before men," but what does this mean and how do we do it? In Shine: How to Walk the Talk, Nancy Segovia lays out a series of simple steps you can to take to walk the talk: to love God above all and your neighbor as yourself. Using parables, folk tales, and struggles from her own life, she provides uplifting insights into the Christian walk that can make your first steps easier. She examines scripture for clues on what it means to shine, how to reflect God’s love, and what to do when the muddy messes of life blot out God’s light in you. You will relate to her failings, those "Duh!" moments when spiritual understanding begins to dawn. Most important, you will learn how to apply that understanding; you will learn how to turn your talk into your walk and how to help others to do the same.

My Thoughts:

* I received a copy from the author in exchange for an honest review.

The author has crafted a thought provoking book on how to walk closer with the Lord. She uses spare, but powerful language. I liked how she used her own struggles with faith as examples. I also liked how she used the theme of buttercups as a metaphor for letting your light shine. I found it to be useful and entertaining without beating me over the head with religion.So, it's gonna be a:


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About the Author:
Nancy Segovia has been a professional writer for over 20 years. She has achieved publishing success in the fields of adult fiction, children’s literature, newspaper journalism, feature magazine articles, and poetry. She is happily married and has five daughters, five granddaughters, and one grandson. She loves to fish and is a prize-winning cook. Her other published works include, When You Wish Upon A Star and Benjamin’s Bride, both of which are scheduled to be re-released later this year from Faith and Reason Publishing. She has several other completed works that will also be published by Faith and Reason Publishing over the course of the next few years.
Nancy Segovia has a Master of Arts Degree in Religion from Northwest Nazarene University, and a Masters of Liberal Studies in Creative Writing from the University of Denver. She currently writes and teaches college English for several national universities.

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