• How May I Offend You Today?

  • Rants and Revelations from a Not-So-Proper Southern Lady
  • By: Susannah B. Lewis
  • Narrated by: Susannah Lewis
  • Length: 4 hrs and 29 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (246 ratings)

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How May I Offend You Today?

By: Susannah B. Lewis
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Publisher's Summary

USA Today best-selling author Susannah B. Lewis (creator of Whoa! Susannah) is back with another hilarious take on what so many people are thinking but are afraid to say aloud.

Millions of online fans have flocked to Susannah B. Lewis's hysterical, take-no-prisoners rants about her pet peeves in everyday life. Now, in How May I Offend You Today?, Lewis turns her trademark humor to ordinary events that work her nerves - from people who wear T-shirts with indecent images to public displays of affection in the plumbing aisle of Lowe's - while keeping a wry eye on herself and her own temptation to vent grievances "like a teenage girl in overalls and Birkenstocks.

"Weaving together anecdotes from her distinctly Southern life with frequent references to the Bible, what she calls "our manual for living," Lewis says what many of us have thought, and in the process she encourages us to stand firm in our views. The witty yet down-to-earth banter and uplifting, inspirational message of How May I Offend You Today? gives listeners everywhere the boost necessary to make it through even their most trying days. 

©2020 Susannah B. Lewis (P)2020 Thomas Nelson

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I thoroughly enjoyed listening to another woman bare her soul, her imperfections, and her faith. I guess I am more normal than I thought I was. we don't have to be perfect for God. He loves us anyway.

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Yet another great book by Susannah. We southern mommas, definitely relate. This is ultimately for all women, and just anyone, for that matter. *she wrote this before the “pandemic”.

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Another enjoyable book from Susannah

Love the content of this book and the way Susannah tells the story. It’s easy to listen to and relatable to our daily lives and how to merge it with Biblical truths.
Can’t wait for her next one!

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This is more preachy than funny. All about her Christian faith and dissing on other people’s beliefs.

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A breath of fresh air!

I adore the honesty and humor of this book. The content was thought provoking and empowering. I wasn’t ready for it to end.

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little disappointed

I was really feeling there would be alot more humor to this book as her blogs are much more straight forward and hilarious.

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Hmmm.

I’m a believer as she is, but some of the things she says I found hurtful and judgmental. I don’t wear pajama bottoms to Walmart but If they’re clean and aren’t see-through, so what? Tomorrow the fashion trend will be gone. This author gets too worked up over stuff that doesn’t matter. Several times in the book, I thought “there’s an opening to share Christ.” I then asked myself before criticizing the author, how many opportunities to share your faith have you missed by being critical or just plain offended? Maybe we all should stop finding fault, pray, and try to lead others to Christ as the Holy Spirit leads. Time is running out.

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Such a sweet testimony

Susannah brings light to so many things that may offend others and things that bother her. She says the things most of us are thinking and guides us through the lack of happiness with God’s word. She shares her struggles and with each struggle she tells how God got her through it. A great read!!

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A voice that you could listen to all day

This was a perfect reading! We love her books and views! Some people do NOT have reading voices but this is one of the best!

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omgoodness

Absolutely a must listen! Every female should hear her words. You can either be encouraged to change or just continue to be your good ol judgemental self.