Win a copy of my book - JJ Landis
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Win a copy of my book

I wrote a book. And it’s for sale. A real book!

For years, I said I wanted to write my life story, but for years, my life was a jumbled mess inside my head. I had trouble sharing pieces of it because there was too much backstory, too much to tell that caused more confusion than clarity.


I have learned a lot from writing my book, some of which I plan to share on the blog eventually. But for now, I want to offer a signed copy of the book to you.


If you’ve already purchased a copy, perhaps you want to give one to a friend who could use some hope or to someone who could benefit from realizing she’s not alone.


Three people will win a book in this giveaway. Winners will be notified on April 12.

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  • JJ Landis
    Posted at 13:18h, 04 April Reply

    Susan, Thank you! You got what I wanted the book to be. Some truth and interesting stuff but new ways for adults to see kids and also for REDEMPTION!! Thank you for buying and sharing. Love you!

  • Susan Wade
    Posted at 12:50h, 04 April Reply

    I cried my way through your book, JJ. I knew some of your “backstory” but to read the full story helped me grasp how — and why — you struggled through all of it alone. You helped me understand an adolescent’s view of loss and grief in a new way. I will never again assume that one of my students is really “okay” just because they say they are. Loved your story of redemption and healing as well. I vividly remember one of those mission team worship gatherings in our flat, when you shared your experience of seeing Jesus comforting you and stroking your back as you cried in your bed in the midst of your pain, totally unaware of his presence at the time. Yours is a devastating, beautiful story. I’m buying more copies to give to friends who need to read a story of great hope.

  • Aunt jo
    Posted at 09:12h, 04 April Reply

    Dear sweet JJ,
    I have bought and read your book. Your writing is very good, but we already knew that from your blogs.
    I am so sorry that your life was so hard. Mostly I am sorry we family didn’t realize it, and somehow help you. I’m sure It was that Mennonite thinking that kept you from getting counseling. If your mother’s death would have been in this day and time, I’m hoping things would be different. Who knows.
    All the best to you and your wonderful family.
    Aunt JoElla

    • JJ Landis
      Posted at 13:17h, 04 April Reply

      Thank you, Aunt Jo.

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