Kate Hurley

Cupid is a Procrastinator: Making Sense of the Unexpected Single Life (Selected Chapters)

Cupid is a Procrastinator: Making Sense of the Unexpected Single Life (Selected Chapters) by Kate Hurley
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nonfiction Humor, Religion
For readers of:Anne Lamott, Donald Miller, Lauren Winner, Shauna Niequist
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Print Length240 pages
PublisherHarvest House Publishers
Publication DateFebruary 2015
About the Book

Where’s My Love Story?

It’s your third wedding this year. You are livening up the dance floor with a stirring rendition of “YMCA.” Suddenly, the moment comes that separates the crowd like black and white socks. The Slow Dance. This one’s in a pair, this one’s not in a pair.

You are not in a pair. You thought you would be married much sooner, but it hasn’t worked out that way. “This is not the life I imagined,” you whisper as you eat your wedding cake.

This book was written with you in mind. Kate Hurley doesn’t offer a magic formula that will bring your spouse to you, nor does she ask you to be content with your “gift” of singleness. She gives you permission to grieve your unmet expectations while opening your heart and life to unforeseen possibilities.

About the Author

Kate Hurley is a singer songwriter, worship leader, writer, and teacher. She has been a professional musician and teacher for twelve years, writing songs for such groups as Enter the Worship Circle. She has played and taught everywhere from castles in Germany to slum villages in India to 30,000 people hippie gatherings.

Kate is also a blogger and writer. Her blog is called The Sexy Celibate and her book is called Cupid is a Procrastinator: Making Sense of the Unexpected Single Life. Both are about the joys and frustrations of being single longer than she expected to be. She works with Beta communities, a missional community in San Diego, where she also teaches refugee students.

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