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Married Mom, Solo Parent Book Tour

I have often expressed to my husband that I am married to a paycheck and in the role of a single parent. While his eyes may roll, the reality is that it is true. Recently I had the opportunity to read CArla Anne Coroy’s new book, Married Mom, Solor Parent: Finding God’s Strength to Face the Challenge. It was encouraging to know that I am not the only woman out there who feels this way. I loved that Coroy took a situation that has made me cry over and over and added a touch of humor, revealed moments when the glass is truly half full and through it all points to God’s power and strength to add value to life.

While this book made me feel like Coroy and I were sitting around the table chatting about our lives, there was no self-pity or finger pointing. Instead, I felt she embraced me, encouraged me to examine myself, explore my heart and continue raising my children regardless of what position I am in. There is to be no blame, just chin up and keep going.

I was wowed by how many situations are like mine and yet how many more unique issues I’d never thought to explore. It was a heart breaking revelation and yet uplifting because I know there are woman out there who are much, much stronger than I am.

Whether your partner is not home often due to work or just stuck in the rut that women are to raise children, Coroy writes beautifully about the situation. She shares person features throughout the book that made me shout, “Way to go!” Coroy seems to let me confide in her and introduces me to women who are getting through the situation and are remarkable.

The author’s perspective and writing style is not a sermon. It’s not like your mom preaching…it’s more like she opens her heart, takes your hand and allows you to see things in a better, brighter perspective. There are situations I never thought about and that made me remember that we are all different; we are all doing the best we can.

About the book:

For married women who feel like single parents.
Bookstore shelves are full of parenting resources for moms who are newly divorced or widowed. But where do moms turn if they feel like a single parent–but they’re not? Whether he is away on business, deployed in the military, or obsessing over a computer game, dad may not be available for a variety of reasons. Moms who parent in this situation still need help and don’t necessarily relate to the advice given in divorce recovery or single parenting resources.

Married Mom, Solo Parent is a common-sense, down-to-earth look at the struggles wives and mothers face when their husband is not actively involved in family life. Writing from her own experience as a married single mom, Carla Anne Coroy will help wives and mothers sort through their questions, such as: Can I do this alone? How do I raise kids to honor their father? How do I give my children a healthy perspective of marriage if they never see one in action? With practical suggestions, anecdotes, and biblical teaching, this book will encourage moms to see their position as a high calling, to find healing for their worries and frustrations, and to tap into God’s strength for help in facing the daily challenge of being a married mom, solo parent.

 Received as part of a blog tour promotion on Litfuse Publicity Group. Find more tour stops on the page HERE.

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About the Author: Carla Anne Coroy runs the Married Single Mom blog at She speaks regularly and serves as a staff writer for an online Christian women’s magazine Mentoring Moments for Christian Women. Carla Anne lives in Canada with her husband and four homeschooled children. For more information, visit

*I received a copy of Married Mom, Solo Parent in order to facilitate an honest review. The opinions, where expressed are my own and were in no way influenced by the sponsor. Others experiences may vary.

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