Did you ever read a book that was so real you felt you were peering in the window of the home of the writer ? I just finished a book that not only made me feel as I was peering in the window, but the author, Deby Scott of Dalton, NY , literally transformed me into her living room , gave me a cup of tea and allowed me to be part of her family.
Deby’s book, “Just Add Sugar” is a journal or devotional type book about her reflections as an adoptive Mom on her journey, her faith, and her family. Her stories of her children and her family will inspire you, make you laugh out loud, and make you cry. It will also help you realize that you are not alone in your journey. Whether your journey be a mother, an adoptive mother, or just a person who loves their family, this book will definitely be on your favorites list ! She has a gift of taking a story about a member of her family, looking at it with a unique perspective and then turning it into a powerful message about the “Sweetness of His Presence”. It is inspiring to see how each story is brought back to a Spiritual truth.
According to Deby, “this book is intended to move you forward. The reader will find hope, encouragement, fresh fire, and new desire – that whatever you have come through, whatever is out there waiting—forward in not only possible and available – forward is fully attainable.”
A few of my favorite chapters in the book are “Death by Beef Stroganoff”, “Chainsaw Massacre”, “The Bat From Hell”, “That’s Disgusting”, …. To name a few and from what I have seen and heard, and wholeheartedly agree, top honors goes to , “Ex-Lax Meatballs” ….. you can’t even begin to imagine. And according to her “disclaimer”, she believes there is a “Statue of Limitations” on such acts !!
The GeneseeSun.com would like to invite you to meet Deby, purchase her book (( you KNOW you want to now to find out what “Ex-Lax Meatballs” is all about!)) and get your book signed at our newsroom. We are located at 75 Main St ~ Suite A ~ in Geneseo. The book signing will take place on Thursday, August 2, 2012 from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm at the newsroom.