Monday morning, everyone! I’m totally stoked to have author and dear friend,
Melissa Tagg visiting all week long! If you don’t know, Melissa’s debut novel
recently released, Made to Last. I, personally, loved it. So here’s how this week
is going to roll out:
we’re playing Would You Rather with not just Melissa, but her main characters
from Made to Last, Matthew and Miranda!
Melissa will be sharing the Wednesday devotional. Next week, we’ll continue our
series on humility.
Friday, our local book club, Faith Readers, will share our group review of Made
to Last. So join in all week for some serious fun!
get started, shall we?
bed of nails (pointing up!) Hey it’s a DIY edition-nails lol
totally. Because I’ve stepped on enough nails in my life to know I won’t
die…and I can run fast.
impress Miranda more.
really thick work boots. Because you totally didn’t specify that I had to be barefoot!
waters or cross a swamp of crocodiles (they fell in the water in the novel, so it’s
And I would take a gun. I feel like crocodiles might be easier to shoot than
crocodiles…with Miranda and her gun.
Matthew and Miranda and her gun. And that alligator wrestler I met once
in Florida. Wrestling crocodiles can’t be that much different than alligators,
never have fallen in love?
my book I would’ve totally said never fallen in love. By the end, yup, fall in
love and lose it. Because I’ve survived it once…
lose it. Because I feel like that’s the more romantic answer and I’m a cool
enough guy to be able to admit that romance is good.
yourself out of really answering that last question, Tagg.
Answer one or all the questions below.
figure out, and to run on hot coals may require demonic possession and I’m not
into that sort of thing. (Don’t you watch the Discovery channel?)
chomp and I’m done for. Crocs take you down with that whole death roll thing,
jamming you in a log to tenderize you, or at least, that’s what Crocodile
painful but God would heal them and then it’d be okay to look back and remember
the beautiful moments.
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how it looks when she’s starring in her homebuilding television show, From
the Ground Up. So when her network begins to talk about making cuts, she’ll
do anything to boost ratings and save her show–even if it means pretending to
be married to a man who’s definitely not the fiance who ran out on her three
When a handsome reporter starts shadowing Miranda’s every move, all his digging
into her personal life brings him a little too close to the truth–and to her.
Can the girl whose entire identity is wrapped up in her on-screen persona
finally find the nerve to set the record straight? And if she does, will the
life she’s built come crashing down just as she’s found a love to last?