Linda Dillow is the author of numerous books, including the best selling Creative Counterpart and Intimate Issues (with Lorraine Pintus), with sales totaling over 1.5 million copies. A popular speaker at women s conferences around the world, Linda lives in Monument, Colorado with her husband, Jody. The Dillows have four grown children and ten grandchildren."
Linda Dillow currently resides in Monument, in the state of Colorado.
Linda Dillow has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Intimate Issues: 21 Questions Christian Women Ask About Sex?
A must-read Aug 9, 2008
This book is a must-read for Christian women who are looking to improve their marriage relationship...and that should be all of us! I believe my marriage will benefit from having read this book. Learn how to increase your desire for intimacy, learn what God intended when he designed sex, there are so many great aspects to this book. So, so glad that I ordered it (and my husband is too!)
Read this book! Jul 7, 2008
this is an amazing book. read it. it changed my views on sex. i never realized how culture effects our views on thing like this. There is a lot of internal searching and discovering. this book is great at pointing out the wrong ideas we have about sex, as women, and then shows you how to address them. Thats the hard part. I would re-read.
I'm glad its finally ok for the christian culture to talk about these important subjects in the right light.
Intimate Issues Jul 6, 2008
This book has completly changed my sex life! It changed my mindset from being so negative about sex to wanting to please my husband with my body. I love the book, and anyone looking to see what the bible says about sex should get it.
A life-changing book... May 9, 2008
This is a life-changing book; one you don't want to miss. It has impacted my life and marriage as a Christian woman so much that I now give it to other women. I wish someone had given it to me as a new bride! It is straight forward and scripture based. What more could you want in a book on this topic?
it was okay Apr 7, 2008
I was excited to read the book because it was recommended by a good friend of mine. With the title of Intimate Issues - I was expecting more depth. This was a lot of superficial information that really didn't help much. I did give it to my soon-to-be-sister-in-law.