1. The Moments That Made You A Mother
My latest ebook features eleven short essays that take you on a journey of motherhood–from laughing at those times we have looked at our bed with the deepest of longing to spend more time with it to the test that parenting has had on our marriages and relationships to the beautiful pain of learning to live with our hearts outside of our bodies in the gifts of our children–these are the moments that made you a mother.
Think of this book as the “best of” Chaunie, with short, digestible chapters that are perfect for late nights up feeding a baby or those snippets of time when you just need to read something from someone who isn’t asking you to cut the yucky parts off of their sandwich that you just spent extra time cutting into the first shape they asked you. Or, you know, reading in your special place–the bathroom.
No judgment here.
2. Tiny Blue Lines
Tiny Blue Lines is the first book of its kind to reach out specifically to the one-million college-aged woman who have unplanned pregnancies each year in the United States. This is a book that will change the face of young motherhood. College-aged mothers are not “Teen Mom” material, nor are they ready for the soccer-mom and mini-van crowd; Tiny Blue Lines reaches this new generation of mothers under the veil of what they really are–smart, successful, and driven individuals searching for a way to be accepted as mothers.
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Tiny Blue Lines is now available on Amazon and wherever books are sold! Please contact me at email@example.com if you are interested in discounted group sales for your church or pro-life ministry.
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What people are saying about Tiny Blue Lines:
“This book made me laugh and cry – a feat I’m not sure any book has done before (and even soliciting either laughter or crying from me in a book is not easily done). Beyond being emotionally resonant, the book provides a practical and informative guide for navigating the often uncertain road of young motherhood. From breaking the news to your parents, to going back to school (not to mention giving you an in-depth guide for making your campus more parent friendly), to reclaiming your identity after motherhood – Chaunie covers so much that the traditional pregnancy books ignore completely.
This is the type of introspective pregnancy guide that I wish every young mother could have to encourage her. It doesn’t sugarcoat anything, but it does give hope and inspiration in abundance through the stories of real young mothers who have been in those familiar shoes, who have felt the insecurity and doubt and fear – young mothers who came out the other side stronger and better and more amazing than they had ever dreamed of being before.
“It’s the book twenty-something mothers have been waiting for…Whether you’re a young mom facing an unplanned pregnancy, a Christian looking for some genuine perspective, or someone who’s “been there” yourself– Brusie’s words will change the way you see young motherhood.” —Mandy Lange
Heartbeat International endorses this book as a “Shelf Help” resource for pregnancy centers working with women in crisis pregnancies. For more information, please click here.