While adult coloring is all the rave these days, I’m not much good at sitting still and coloring for extended periods of time. Sitting still and reading, yes, but not coloring. However; I have noticed the times I have spent coloring and doodling were, admittedly, relaxing. When I was given the opportunity to review this book I went for it because “Live Fearless” is more than just an adult coloring book- it’s also something of a reflective journal with a scripture and a page for reflection on the opposite side of the design. Theoretically, as you color, you also reflect and meditate on the scripture on each page. This feature really appealed to me because I love memorizing scripture and I know that doing something while I memorize is very effective.
So, for all my adult coloring friends, (Vicki Maddox I’m thinking of you in particular), I think you would LOVE this book. For all my short-attention spanned friends, who, like myself enjoy occasional coloring, I think you would also really enjoy this book. The coloring pages are not so huge and intricately detailed you feel you’ll never finish them, and “Living Fearless” is a really creative spin on a prayer/reflection journal. Finally, for all of you “non-adult coloring” folks- this book would be a great gift for the color-er (yes, I just made up my own noun there) in your life.
(Final note here: this book is appropriate for any age in my opinion- not just adults.)
I received a complimentary copy of this book for review from Bethany House Publishers. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.