As Independence Day grows near, it’s natural to turn our thoughts to our nation’s freedoms, which we hold dear. I can’t think of a better time to read Theresa Linden’s Liberty Series, which focuses on the values we Americans cherish.
The final book in the series, Fight for Liberty, will be featured on Erin McCole Cupp’s Sabbath Rest Book Talk July 9, 2017, as we discuss the month’s theme: revolution!
In honor of Valentines Day, I’m giving away an audiobook copy of my edgy inspirational romance Stay With Me. If you like your romance real without being explicit, this one’s for you. Bonus if you like Catholic characters in your Christian fiction.
Read the blurb or peruse the reviews, and if you want to read more about Chris & Rebecca, enter to win by commenting below. (Contest open through midnight EST, February 15, 2017. Winner will be chosen using random.org.)
What is the best or worst Valentines gift you’ve received?
The first and best Valentine gift I received from a boyfriend was from my now-husband. He bought me an adorable guinea pig, whom I named Valentine, who was my little buddy through dating, engagement, and the early years of our marriage.
I can hardly believe it’s been a year since Stay With Me was launched to the world! Thank you, Full Quiver Publishing, for making it happen. In honor of this monumental occasion, I’m sharing some details about the book that you probably don’t know.
I’m happy to participate in Jean M. Heimann’s blog tour for her new book, Learning to Love with the Saints: A Spiritual Memoir. I encourage you to follow along on her blog tour, which includes several opportunities to win a paperback copy of this faith-enriching book.
Learning to Love with the Saints is the inspiring personal witness of how Jean M. Heimann was wooed by Jesus to return to the Church after being raised Catholic and then leaving her faith for fifteen years. In this riveting memoir, Jean tells the story of growing up in the Midwest in a French-Catholic family during the tumultuous times of the sexual revolution, the Vietnam War and mass misinterpretation of Vatican II in the Church in the ’60s.
Jean expertly weaves Pope St. John Paul II’s Theology of the Body, Scripture passages, brief biographies of the saints, and poignant quotes from the saints into her story to illustrate how the saints served as spiritual guides who interceded for her, resulting in some astonishing miracles. Through all these trials, it was the saints who restored her faith, kept it alive and helped her discover the meaning of true love.Continue reading →