I love getting new books in the mail, and I’ve gotten quite a few in the past couple of months. The ones I’ve already read, I’m sharing with one of you!
Are any of these on your TBR list?
Three wonderful books for one fabulous reader!
If you’re interested in winning, simply leave a comment on this post by 9PM Central TODAY, and I’ll drop in after that, draw a winner, and announce their name. So be sure and check back! (U.S. mailing addresses only, please)
Thanks to everyone who sent a note via Facebook about my father-in-law’s passing last Monday. It’s been a long and wearying week, but also a joyous one. Joe’s dad, Fred, was a believer in Christ, so we have the unwavering guarantee of seeing him again. Which means we don’t grieve as those who have no hope. But we still grieve, of course, and so look forward to seeing him again. I’m so grateful that for believers in Christ, our goodbyes are only temporary. Thanks again for your prayers for our trip to Arkansas this past weekend for the burial—and for your encouraging words. Bless you!
A scripture I read recently while studying for BSF really renewed my joy, especially in light of loved ones who’ve gone on before…
So encouraging. And a little Novel Trivia:
I took this picture in 2006 while in Paris with Joe, and loved this cemetery so much that it became the setting for the opening scene in my novel Remembered. I found the heroine’s name for the novel on a tombstone that day too!
Is there a scripture that’s really spoken to you lately? Or perhaps a “life verse” that God’s written on your heart?
Jack visited the kennel while we were gone this weekend. Just couldn’t take him with us. And, bless him, he’s been like this ever since I picked him up yesterday!
How do your pets fare at the kennel?
And the winner is…
Cat, please let me hear from you here! Send me your U.S. mailing address, and I’ll get your books in the mail! Thanks, everyone, for entering the giveaway and for your kind words about my father-in-law’s passing. You’re a blessing to me.