Marriage Hints for LDS Newlyweds

This humorous, thought-provoking book for newlyweds will answer questions such as, Can we make it out of a warehouse store for under $100? How high should we stack the garbage before we finally take it out? Is it possible to save money on a very tight budget? How will we use all of those gift cards we got at our wedding reception?

Readers will also find ideas for establishing spiritual patterns that will strengthen each spouse individually, as well as their relationship.

Here is just a sample of the 55 topics in this helpful and entertaining book:
  • Communication: Mind Reading Doesn't Work
  • Put Christ at the Center
  • Three Little Words and What They Really Mean
  • Taking Down the Barriers
  • Family Home Evening—It's Just What You Do
  • The Completeness of the Temple
  • Keeping Score Is for Basketball, Not Marriage
  • A Calling that Lasts Forever
Marriage Hints for LDS Newlyweds is the perfect gift for new couples . . . and for any husband and wife who are still newlyweds at heart.

Buy: Deseret Book, Amazon

Author: Amy Martinsen

Review: Road to Covered Bridge

Marilyn Brown’s Road to Covered Bridge recently received a glowing review from Harlow Clark of the Association for Mormon Letters.

Quote from the review:

"Marilyn’s pacing is much more like Cather’s or Welty’s. Indeed, I listened to O Pioneers! just before reading The Road to Covered Bridge, and The Song of the Lark while I was reading it, and Marilyn has Cather’s love of passionate characters, oddball incidents and folktales, and unhurried conversation."

Read the whole review here.

Purchase your own copy of Road to Covered Bridge here. (Road to Covered Bridge is also available on Kindle Unlimited.)