Enter my giveaway for Robert Whitlow's latest book "The Choice" and check out my review too! @whitlowwriter

The Choice

Sandy Lincoln seems to have the perfect life. She's a great student, is a popular cheerleader, has a boyfriend she cares deeply about, and enjoys the love of a stable family. But then the unthinkable happens - she gets pregnant. Suddenly, her dreams seem to be falling apart, and she is forced to choose between what her boyfriend wants her to do and what her heart is dictating. The decision she makes leads her to move in with her aunt in Atlanta, and the day of her move she encounters a strange woman who delivers a prophecy and a warning about the choice Sandy must make. Over 30 years later, a pregnant teen seeks out Sandy for support and advice. Sandy soon finds herself embroiled in a conflict with a school counselor who seems to be pressuring the teen to choose abortion, and an allegation is made that Sandy is pushing her own pro-life agenda on the teen. Sandy's decision to help the teen despite the costs ends up bringing Sandy face-to-face with her own past choices, and places Sandy's very life at risk. 

I found The Choice to be vintage Robert Whitlow, a compulsive read that was impossible to put down, both entertaining and thought-provoking at the same time. I absolutely devoured this book, as I was so caught up in Sandy's world, from the social stigma she encountered to the emotional growth she experiences, to the amazing forgiveness she finds in the arms of Jesus. Whitlow continues to excel at creating believable characters who are as real as a member of your own family. Sandy's story as a teen was as equally engaging as the second half of her story, when she chooses to help the pregnant teen in her role as a teacher, and finds herself facing an unexpected lawsuit. The story has twists that I didn't even anticipate, and ended up being so much more than I even thought. It would be impossible to read this story and not appreciate the incredibly complex choices that women face with unwanted pregnancies, the choices between abortion or keeping the baby or adopting it out. I loved how this story affirms the utter rightness of choosing to give a baby life, and yet it does so in such a natural manner that it does not at all come across as preachy. Numerous times while reading this book, I was thinking to myself, this should be a movie! Here's hoping!

I can say with utter certainty that fans of previous works from Robert Whitlow are going to absolutely love this book. And if you've never given him a try, here's your chance - you won't be disappointed! I award this book 5 out of 5 stars and my highest recommendation.


Image of Robert WhitlowRobert Whitlow grew up in north Georgia. He graduated magna cum laude from Furman University with a BA in history in 1976 and received his JD with honors from the University of Georgia School of Law in 1979. A practicing attorney, he is a partner in a Charlotte, NC law firm. He and his wife Kathy have four children and three grandchildren.
Robert began writing in 1996. His novels are set in the South and include both legal suspense and interesting characterization. It is his desire to write stories that reveal some of the ways God interacts with people in realistic scenerios.

This biography was provided by the author or their representative.


I am giving away 1 copy of "The Choice" to readers from the U.S. and Canada, courtesy of the publisher, Thomas Nelson, and publicist Ruthie Dean! 

You can get 1 entry into the giveaway for each task you perform:

1. Become a follower of my blog (through Google Followers or Networked Blogs) then leave a comment confirming you became a follower. If you are already a follower, just leave a comment that you already follow and I'll give you 1 entry for that.

2. "Like" my Facebook page, and let me know you did so in a comment. (The link is at the top of the webpage). Let me know if you've already liked it, and I'll give you an entry.

3. Post about the giveaway on your own blog or on twitter or facebook and leave me a comment. You get 1 entry for each method of spreading the word!

4. Leave a comment answering the following question: "Do you believe in prophecy?"

++ Please include your email address in your comment so I can contact you to arrange to get the book in the mail to you.

That's all there is to it. Contest Ends August 15, 2012.

Good luck!

Ready to buy?





  1. Leave a comment answering the following question: "Do you believe in prophecy?"
    YES! I do believe in prophecy.


  2. Already follow your blog and love it! love that I can get your blog updates via email too.
    Become a follower of my blog (through Google Followers or Networked Blogs) then leave a comment confirming you became a follower. If you are already a follower, just leave a comment that you already follow and I'll give you 1 entry for that.

  3. I have subscribed via E mail! Count me in for this book, please!

    Jackie Smith

  4. I am already a follower. I believe in prophecy, but I am always just hestitant to believe, that is my own faith up bringing coming through though.



  5. Yes, I do believe in prophecy! Thanks for entering me in this giveaway.

    Jackie Smith

  6. Your line describing Robert Whitlow's book as "both entertaining and thought-provoking at the same time" quite accurately describes his work. I've read several of his books and have liked them all.
    I am a Google follower and subscribe to the blog by e-mail.
    I "liked" your Facebook page.
    Yes, I do believe in prophecy.
    Thanks for this giveaway.

  7. Oh yes I do believe in prophecy...I am a follower through feedburner...I have shared on facebook and twitter...and I too would love to win a paperback copy of Robert Whitlow's new book....'The Choice'.....babyruthmac16@yahoo.com

  8. i'm a follower
    thanks for the chance to read this inspirational story...and yes, i believe in prophecy

    kmkuka at yahoo dot com

  9. I like your facebook page


  10. Do you believe in prophecy? Absolutely! It's an amazing gift to be able to encourage someone through prophecy.



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