FAQ

Q: What is an ebook?
A: An ebook is just another format of book, kind of like hardback or paperback. It’s electronic, as in, made to be downloaded and read on some sort of electronic reader like a computer, an iPad, a Kindle, etc.

Q: Do I have to have a Kindle to read your ebook?
A: No. But the book is available exclusively through Amazon, so you do need to have the Kindle app, which is available for free download on your computer, iPad, iPhone and other devices.

(and more info on Kindle here!)

Q: How long is your ebook?
A: The number of pages the ebook shows will depend on what device you’re using. However, to give you a general idea, it’s around 17,000 words, which, in a small, single-spaced document in Word, works out to be around 50 pages.

Q: Why did you write an ebook?
A: I’m a big believer in the value of sharing our stories because, when we share our stories with each other, we remember we’re not alone. The book tells the story of how the blog started, as well as how we met and fell in love. In a lot of ways, it’s sort of filling in the gaps for our readers; in other ways, it’s letting them in on something new. Mostly though, I wrote the book because I wanted to memorialize the gifts of learning trust and faith along the way.

Q: Who did the cover? It’s gorgeous!
A: The incredibly talented Rebekka Seale, an amazing artist based out of Nashville. Check out her website, her blog (it’s one of my favorites!) and her Etsy shop for more info!

Q: Why did you write an ebook instead of a traditional book?
A: It’s an ebook because an ebook is a format that’s fast, convenient, affordable (to make and to buy) and accessible for you. It has allowed us to put together our story in a manner of months, and in the way that feels right to us. Publishing an ebook is a way to share more of our journey with you, and, as readers will know from the blog, that’s always what our writing has been about anyway.

Q: Why should I buy this book?
A: Because you like a good story. Because you want to hear how we met. Because, at least on some level, you want to think about big questions and on what is true.

Or, maybe, because you want to make our day.