Self ambition, infertility, a failing marriage, guilt after poor decisions and the quest to find an end to single life are some of the issues facing the women in When Chicks Hatch. Which issue do you, personally, think would be the most challenging?
What is your favorite scripture to encourage you when life seems hopeless?
What are some ways you encourage the women in your life who are discouraged?
Is there any situation you can think of where you would call an act unforgivable?
Not every single woman is praying for a spouse like Kristen is. What are some reasons a woman might enjoy being single?
How would it affect you if you learned that you were unable to carry children?
Nicky and Jennifer have been friends for ages. Do you have any friendships that have lasted that long? What makes a friendships strong enough to last through all the seasons of life?
When writing When Chicks Hatch I made a deliberate effort to not make my Christian character flawless. I hate when Christian characters in (mostly Christian) fiction act a little too perfect and become less human. I think unbelievers need a true picture of our walk with God. I also hate when Christians are portrayed in books as ignorant or silly. How do you like to see Christians portrayed in books?
Is there anyone in your life who you believe would accept you no matter what? How have you come to believe this of them? In what ways have they made you secure in their love for you?
Does what you say when you're hurting reflect the real you?
The holidays are quickly approaching. Do you have a gift for hospitality like Jennifer?