Connally wrote Revelations of a Single Woman: Loving the Life I Didn’t Expect because she began to realize that her story of ‘unintentional singleness’ wasn’t just her story.

Looking around at her friends and the broader culture, she began to realize that a lot of women, regardless of their faith, race, temperament or family background, were all in the same place. And that’s what made her look more closely for the God who was—and is—showing up, right now, even in a relational landscape which felt and feels foreign to many.

That’s what this book is about, discovering that even when life doesn’t look or feel like you expected it to, God—and actually a lot of other people, too—are right in the midst of it, with you, opening doors into wide open spaces.