New Release: It’s (not that) Complicated
I am very excited to let you all know about a new book release. From the author’s of So Much More and the producers of Return of the Daughters comes a book about guy-girl relationships, from a Biblical perspective.
This book is wonderful, as is other work done by the Botkins, So Much More and Return of the Daughters as well as other work done by the Botkin family. I encourage you to check it out, as well as the other things they have done. You can also “like” them on Facebook.
Check Visionary Daughters for updates, sneak peaks, and bonus features over the next couple of weeks!
Ever been confused about friendships with boys? How to handle crushes? How friendly is too friendly? How close is too close? What to do when a guy is being way to friendly? What guys think about all this? What it means to be a “sister, in all purity”? Guy-girl relationships have always been complicated, but perhaps never more so than today. It’s (not that) Complicated is a humorous, hopeful, and deeply thought-provoking new look at guy-girl relationships in our times. Dealing practically with such complications as online interaction, Hollywood expectations, undefined relationships, and unrequited love, the Botkin sisters offer enduring Biblical principles that can make it all much simpler.
About the Authors
Anna Sofia and Elizabeth Botkin are the only girls in a family full of boys. At 25 and 23, they work with their five brothers in their media production company and with their whole family at the Western Conservatory of the Arts & Sciences. They authored So Much More and produced the documentary Return of the Daughters in response to the needs they saw for a biblical study on daughterhood. It’s (Not That) Complicated was inspired by conversations with their girl (and guy) friends on the subject of relationships, as well as by hundreds of letters they’ve received from girls around the world. They enjoy studying history, playing music, homemaking, and hiking in the rolling hills of Tennessee, where they live with their wonderful parents and three of their brothers (for whom they don’t bake nearly enough cookies).