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Paperback º Theodora's Diary PDF/EPUB Þ

Theodora's Diary [PDF / Epub] ☁ Theodora's Diary Author Penny Culliford – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Saturday 8th May Emergency It is 1130 pm and I am suffering from an incredibly intense chocolate craving that will not leave me in spite of prayer distraction activities and half a loaf of bread and b Saturday th May Emergency It is pm and I am suffering from an incredibly intense chocolate craving that will not leave me in spite of prayer distraction activities and half a loaf of bread and butter Got out of bed and searched the flat No luck Not even a bourbon biscuit Not even a cream egg left from Easter All the shops are closed so no nipping out to replenish supplies Nothing else for it I’m reduced to the chocoholic’s euivalent of meths—cooking chocolate It’s been one of those days for Theodora Her mother has become the Greek euivalent of Delia Smith her boyfriend would rather watch men kick a ball around a field than go shopping with her and chintzy Charity Hubble wants to pray for her And of course the crowning insult is her utter lack of chocolate Join in her daily life with all of its challenges and joys tears and laughter “Theodora’s Diary is a hilarious and realistic peek into the life of a sprightly Christian sister living ‘across the pond’ I found myself laughing out loud and thinking ‘Yes life is just like this’ Penny Culliford is a welcome new voice in inspirational fiction” Angela Hunt author of The Debt.


10 thoughts on “Theodora's Diary

  1. R R says:

    Very cute book Theodora talks about her spirituality and applies it to everything going on in her life It is amusing light hearted and fun


  2. Cheryl Cheryl says:

    I was skeptical about this book fearing it would be sort of churchy preachy and not very entertaining Wrong It's a fun read I actually laughed aloud in several spots and smiled uite a bit throughout There are some very colorful characters and the Theodora is someone you can't help but like Four stars


  3. Maria Elmvang Maria Elmvang says:

    A Christian Bridget Jones but much better than Bridget Jones could ever be I greatly enjoyed it


  4. Chelsea V Chelsea V says:

    I loved this book She's so funny I wish I was friends with her


  5. Mallory Mallory says:

    this book made me want chocolate so bad


  6. Katie Katie says:

    Fun light hearted but not trashy I loved it


  7. Julie Julie says:

    We all need a little fluff every once and a while and some Christian fiction with a side of fluff is a nice diversion


  8. Caprice Hokstad Caprice Hokstad says:

    This turned up on a list somewhere as being humorous I read all the entries from June start of the book through December before I just abandoned it I didn't find it funny I found it boring There is no plot that I could detect Theodora's life is no interesting or exciting than mine which is to say completely unworthy of being published I kept hoping to get to the good part but if it exists it must be in the last half of the book I didn't really care enough to find out YMMV


  9. Amy Russell Amy Russell says:

    Kind of overly simplified and surface level under the guise of a spiritual bookI did enjoy all thr references to Greek foodfun uick meaningfully light story not sure why under christian fiction as it doesn't get very deep in any spiritual formation maybe i expected meat since it was published by Zondervanwas disappointed there were no library copies have a used paperback from of anybody wants it


  10. Bridget Raye Bridget Raye says:

    25 stars I thought this book was a cute attempt at a ditzy narrator The book really failed to make any deep connections to the audience until the end of the book I was sad when the book ended because it was just starting to develop a plot The story was very character driven It was not as spiritual as I hoped when I decided to read Christain fiction


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10 thoughts on “Theodora's Diary

  1. R R says:

    Very cute book Theodora talks about her spirituality and applies it to everything going on in her life It is amusing light hearted and fun

  2. Cheryl Cheryl says:

    I was skeptical about this book fearing it would be sort of churchy preachy and not very entertaining Wrong It's a fun read I actually laughed aloud in several spots and smiled uite a bit throughout There are some very colorful characters and the Theodora is someone you can't help but like Four stars

  3. Maria Elmvang Maria Elmvang says:

    A Christian Bridget Jones but much better than Bridget Jones could ever be I greatly enjoyed it

  4. Chelsea V Chelsea V says:

    I loved this book She's so funny I wish I was friends with her

  5. Mallory Mallory says:

    this book made me want chocolate so bad

  6. Katie Katie says:

    Fun light hearted but not trashy I loved it

  7. Julie Julie says:

    We all need a little fluff every once and a while and some Christian fiction with a side of fluff is a nice diversion

  8. Caprice Hokstad Caprice Hokstad says:

    This turned up on a list somewhere as being humorous I read all the entries from June start of the book through December before I just abandoned it I didn't find it funny I found it boring There is no plot that I could detect Theodora's life is no interesting or exciting than mine which is to say completely unworthy of being published I kept hoping to get to the good part but if it exists it must be in the last half of the book I didn't really care enough to find out YMMV

  9. Amy Russell Amy Russell says:

    Kind of overly simplified and surface level under the guise of a spiritual bookI did enjoy all thr references to Greek foodfun uick meaningfully light story not sure why under christian fiction as it doesn't get very deep in any spiritual formation maybe i expected meat since it was published by Zondervanwas disappointed there were no library copies have a used paperback from of anybody wants it

  10. Bridget Raye Bridget Raye says:

    25 stars I thought this book was a cute attempt at a ditzy narrator The book really failed to make any deep connections to the audience until the end of the book I was sad when the book ended because it was just starting to develop a plot The story was very character driven It was not as spiritual as I hoped when I decided to read Christain fiction

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