Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Worth a Thousand Words Blog Tour

Worth a Thousand Words
Jubilant Soul Series Book Two
by Stacy Hawkins Adams

Life has always gone Indigo Burns’s way. She’s smart, pretty, and talented, and she knows exactly what she wants. A photography internship at her hometown’s local newspaper is the next step in her well-laid plans for her future. But her long-term goals are put to the test when her boyfriend Brian proposes–two years before he’s supposed to and in front of all the guests at her college graduation party.

Too concerned about his feelings to say no, she heartily agrees, but inside she’s cringing. Indigo knows in her heart that she’s not prepared to sacrifice her dreams to become Brian’s wife–not before she has achieved any of them. Will she find the answers among family and friends in Jubilant, Texas? Or will the picture-perfect life she dreams of be left behind?


Stacy Hawkins Adams is a nationally-published, award-winning author and speaker. Her contemporary women’s fiction novels are filled with social themes and spiritual quests that take readers on journeys into their own souls. She holds a degree in journalism and served as a newspaper reporter for more than a decade before turning her full attention to penning books, speaking professionally and writing freelance articles. Stacy lives in a suburb of Richmond, Virginia with her husband and two young children.

Vanessa Richardson's Review of Worth A Thousand Words.

With Worth A Thousand Word, was quite an enjoyable read for me. It is filled with surprises, intrigue and is laced with a self and spiritual growth journey. Stacy Hawkins-Adams, characters are both intriguing and inspiring. Adams did a great job of dealing with life unexpected circumstances and the trying of ones faith in them. There were several times, I wanted to email Adams to inquire if she had ever met my family before. Her characters were just that believable.

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All the Buzz Literary Reviews said...

The characters were certainly believable and I felt each emotion they felt. I can't say it enough...this is a great book.

Ty said...

Thank you for posting a book review. I'm so happy enjoyed the book. Definitely check out the first book in this series, The Someday List, if you haven't already. Great storytelling!

Stacy Hawkins Adams said...

Thanks so much for hosting me on your blog, and for the thoughtful review of "Worth A Thousand Words." I'm so glad you enjoyed the book!
For the record, I have not had the pleasure of meeting your family.LOL
Thanks again, and all the best.
- Stacy Hawkins Adams