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I've Never Been to Vegas, but My Luggage Has: Mishaps and Miracles on the Road to Happily Ever After Paperback – March 18, 2014
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"You love Mandy from page one. It's rare to be this sweet, compelling, and funny all the way through while also being this insightful about life. We are in love, Mandy Hale - but we're seeing someone at the moment." ~Greg Behrendt, New York Times Best-Selling Author of He's Just Not That Into You and It's Called a Breakup Because It's Broken and Amiira Ruotola-Behrendt, Co-Author of It's Called a Breakup Because It's Broken (and fabulous wife to Greg)
"Move over, Carrie Bradshaw. Here comes Mandy Hale! I've Never Been to Vegas but My Luggage Has is a wonderfully-crafted 'coming of singleness' story than will entertain and inspire all seekers of true love and faith." ~Daniel Goddard, Actor - The Young and the Restless
"Reading Mandy Hale's story feels like riding shotgun with a close girlfriend who is on the ride of her life, discovering and growing from the purpose in every twist, turn, and bump in the road. I love the vulnerability Mandy shares from her own life. The journey truly is the destination. " ~Natalie Grant, Grammy-Nominated Singer/Songwriter and Founder of Abolition International
"With this book, Mandy gives the most amazing perspective on the ups and downs of life. And in an often hilarious way, she lets us know we are not on this journey alone. This is, hands down, on my short list of favorite books!" ~Melinda Doolittle, Recording Artist, Author, and Finalist on Season 6 of American Idol
About the Author
Blogger turned New York Times best-selling author and speaker Mandy Hale is affectionately known around the world as "The Single Woman." With a heart to inspire single women to live their best lives and to never, ever settle, Mandy cuts to the heart of the matter with her inspirational, straight-talking, witty, and often wildly humorous take on life and love. Mandy's message reaches literally millions of women across the world every day through her blog, books, and social media platforms.
Invited by Oprah to cover her Lifeclass: the Tour events as part of OWN's "VIP Press Corps" in 2012, Mandy has also been a featured speaker at venues like Lakewood Church and the Women of Faith conference in Hartford, Connecticut. She has been named a "Twitter Powerhouse" by the Huffington Post, a "Woman of Influence" by the Nashville Business Journal, and a "Single in the City" by Nashville Lifestyles magazine. She has also been a featured in Forbes magazine, the Huffington Post, and on Glamour.com, Fox News, The 700 Club, and many other outlets. With followers from all over the world, Mandy has made a name for herself as the voice of empowerment and sassiness for single women across the globe.
When she isn't working on a blog or a book, Mandy loves fashion, travel, movies, and books.
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Sit still and know that I am God. In every chapter she lives in every page and you just cannot wait to keep reading.. Chapter 13 is so far my favorite..... Buy this book and take the journey with her and you will find yourself on many pagers.. Its a life changer..It changed mine... God Bless
Her post just reached out to me and her words echoed some thoughts that had been on my heart for a long time. I remember thinking finally here is someone who thinks like I do....I can do relate to this chick. Lol
I followed her fb page for a few months before I got her first book. I really enjoyed that book. Her first book kinda almost had a sense that she was talking at you....she told her readers who she was and what she stood on.
This book though. This book was like you were talking to a friend. I felt like she was sitting right beside me giving advice, sharing her insecurities, sharing her struggles, and just laughing at where life has taken us. Even though we have different experiences I could so relate to her.
No matter your age this is an awesome book for us single ladies.
Thank you Mandy! :)
She makes herself so vulnerable to us, yet so encouraging.
I am even more inspired to trust God with my huge dreams (though i sometimes feel like its forever taking) but through Mandys testimony, i am rest assured that He is faithful.
I cant wait to see my dreams fulfilled before me too.
I’ve Never Been to Vegas but My Luggage Has gave me a much more complete picture of who Mandy is, and how she is able to write with such insight. (I’ll admit that when I read her first book, I thought, “Well, she’s right, but I don’t know how she’s right – surely she has a better chance than I do to find a man… she’s prettier, younger, a better catch...” Then I realized she’s my age, we’re both beautiful daughters of a loving king, and we both remember being obsessed with New Kids on The Block.) Mandy speaks candidly of every personal experience or topic she touches. There are situations you may have found yourself in before, or maybe currently you’re living in them and can’t see life any other way. Some you haven’t and won’t ever experience. (Ever been kissed on stage by a member of NKOTB?) Through Mandy’s writing, I’ve been encouraged to embrace what every past relationship has taught me. As I mentioned before, I’d left an 18-month relationship in 2013 for reasons I was able to define – but this quote sums it up perfectly: “There comes a moment in every relationship when taking up permanent residence in the gray area between what is and what isn’t is no longer enough. When the need for clarity surpasses the need to make things work. When you start to realize that the constant limbo of an undefined relationship isn’t as fun as when the music first started. When you have to seek your own closure, because the other person cannot or will not give it to you.” I had truly realized I wasn’t experiencing God’s best for my life – and I no longer wanted to be anywhere but in His will.
As Mandy says, “…at the end of the day, sometimes it takes opening a door to get to a new place. And sometimes it takes closing one.” I’m working on closing the door of my marriage. I wasn’t able to do that properly while trying to make another relationship work. I’m really not worried about time now – I know it’s in God’s hands. I also realize that He has something far greater than I could imagine in store for me – and it may or may not come in the shape of a husband. And I’m totally cool with that.