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If My People Will Humble Themselves and Pray…

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He makes wars cease to the end of the earth; He breaks the bow and cuts the spear in two; He burns the chariot in the fire. (Psalm 46:9 NKJV)

On September 11, 2011, President Obama read Psalm 46 during a memorial service honoring those who died during the 9/11 terrorist attacks.  As I read the news report, I asked myself: When was the last time we had peace?

According to several online sources, the longest period of time in history without war is from the end of the Napoleonic wars in 1815 to the outbreak of World War I in 1914.  Though many reasons are given for the absence of worldwide conflict during this time, I believe that one of the reasons is that the hearts of mankind were turned toward God.

In all my searching, I discovered that this peaceful time coincides with the Second Great Awakening in the United States, a time of spiritual revival, when many acknowledged and embraced Jesus Christ as Savior.  During this time, most of the student body at Yale University is saved. Itinerant preachers travel from place to place in the South preaching the Gospel to ordinary people.  As Western expansion progresses, the throngs of settlers moving into sparsely populated lands take their Bibles with them into an untamed land.  They rely on it for inspiration, for instruction and as the foundation for building character in their offspring.

Salvation brings about individual and collective change.  It shifts our focus from self to God, and consequently, to others. Being a Christian promotes selfless giving. As a result, benevolent societies are created.  In response to the Great Commission, organizations such as the American Bible Society, spring up to propagate the Word.  A true relationship with Jesus Christ leads people to examine matters of conscience.  Therefore, the issues of temperance, women’s rights and slavery come under scrutiny during this time.

After the September 11th attacks, we rallied together to give aide and assistance to those affected by tragedy. Many flocked back to our churches out of fear.  But fear is not enough.  Fear does not make us free or hold us together for long.  When the danger or crisis is past, we tend to revert to our old way of living.  Instead, we need true conversion, which comes through love, and is powered by faith and undergirded by the hope of a future with God in heaven.

Jonah 2:9 says, “Salvation comes from the Lord.” Peace also comes from Him.

Dearest Heavenly Father,

You are our refuge and our strength.  Thank you for the gift of salvation.  Thank you for sending us your Son to redeem us from sin.  Forgive us for keeping your Word to ourselves.  The nations are hungry for the power they contain.  Through your great mercy you make it possible for us to reach millions through the air waves and electronically. You give us opportunities daily to tell others about you.  Though today we are faced by a new threat of war with Syria, we know that you hear our prayers and that we can trust you to answer. 

In the name of Jesus, the Prince of Peace,

Amen

 

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Free E-Books

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  • FREE (9/12 – 9/13) on Kindle:  Otherworld by Jared C. Wilson (This doesn’t look like the typical Christian fiction, so if you’re game for trying something new or if you like this genre, this may be your kind of book.  I’m going to give it a try, it sounds different!)  Just always compare with God’s Word, fiction can get a little crazy sometimes and we realize it’s make believe, but never let it lead you to go against the Word of God.
  • FREE on Kindle:  The Questions That Never Goes Away by Philip Yancey

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Remembering Those On 9/11…

Today marks a dark day in our history, yet God’s presence has and always will be with us. Pray for the families and friends that had their lives radically changed that day!

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Dear Friends,

All are in my prayers this day.

May we still remember those that are still affected today at this tragic  moment of history in our nation.

Please pray with me today…

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A Most Peculiar Circumstance by Jen Turano (5 Stars)

Funny, Delightful, Romantic Suspense (5 Stars)

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A Most Peculiar Circumstance by Jen Turano

Beautiful, strong-willed Arabella Beckett has landed herself in jail!  Of course, it was all an innocent mistake, but jail nonetheless.  She has been traveling across the country speaking at women’s suffrage conferences, and she was delayed by an unexpected side trip.  Her family back home was very concerned, so they got their son’s friend, and famous private detective, Theodore Wilder, to go on a search for her.  It took him quite a while and when he did find her they butted heads quite frequently.  It was so comical reading about all their conversations and sometimes, lack there of, and then there was all the other trouble that Arabella kept getting into!  It was driving Theodore crazy!

Arabella was intent on helping women get their rights and helping them improve their lives, only later did she realize as she was sitting in jail again, that her attempts were totally off base.  She was accused of being judgmental and that hurt and brought her back to God asking for His help in changing and truly helping the women that needed it most.  Of course, she has a crew of men out to do her harm and it’s almost more than Theodore can do to keep tabs on her while trying to track down the criminals.  I’ll not say anymore, other than you’ll love this book!

This is wonderful mixture of several genres that the author brought together beautifully.  It’s historical, suspenseful, romantic, and funny!  I can’t wait to read other books by this author.  Make sure you click on the authors name underneath the book cover and you’ll be directed to her website.  It’s full of great info and you can read her bio.

I received a complimentary copy of this book from The Book Club Network and Bethany House Publishers for my honest opinion and did not receive any compensation for a favorable review. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

 This book will be added to our Media Center within the next week.

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Bleeding Heart by Amber Stokes (her debut novel) FREE

Amber Stokes has written and published her first novel, Bleeding Hearts, and it’s FREE on Kindle 9/10 – 9/12.  Visit her blog by clicking HERE and read more about this lovely young author.

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Some Great Free and Discounted E-Books For You Today!

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I received some great news from Tyndale House Publisher this morning with some great FREE e-books.  Some start this week and some next week, so I’ll keep you informed about those next week.  I have also found some other great e-book deals I’m passing along.  I’m including the Kindle link to take you directly to the amazon site to “purchase” the book, but most of these books may be “on sale” on other e-readers too, so check your e-reader store and see if they are free or discounted. I also encourage you to click on the author’s name and you’ll be directed to their website/blog and you can get to know them better and find out about other books they’ve written.

I have the dates that the book will be either free or discounted on some (and I’m posting that along with the book) otherwise, I don’t know, so get it now.  Sometimes they are free one day and regular price the next.  I’ve missed out on some good books by waiting!  Double check the price before downloading.  Happy Reading!

  • FREE (9/8 – 10/12) on Kindle:  The Sea Glass Sisters (Prelude to The Prayer Box) by Lisa Wingate (Tyndale House) This is a novella that takes place before Lisa’s book, The Prayer Box, which I really enjoyed, so I’m looking forward to reading this novella and getting some background info.
  • FREE (9/8 – 9/14) on Kindle:  When God Intervenes: The Extraordinary Story of Faith, Hope, and the Power of  Prayer by Dabney Hedegard (Tyndale House)
  • $1.99 (9/1 – 9/30) on Kindle:  Blind Spot 1: (RPM) by  Chris Fabry (Tyndale House) For ages 10+

You can visit Vessel Project and see the books they have listed as free and discounted today.

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Jen Turano Giveaway: 9-16 September 2013

Great giveaway from booklovers1.wordpress.com. This is a fantastic book, A Most Peculiar Circumstance! Make sure you go to the bottom of her post and click on the link to read the great interview with Jen Turano.

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I am super thrilled to have my first giveaway being one of Jen Turano’s books: A Most Peculiar Circumstance orA Change of Furtune – The winner’s choice!!!
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Firstly, however, I just wish to say a big THANKYOU to Jen for generously donating the signed copy of either book. I certainly don’t know how to thank you enough!!!

Giveaway Rules:
1. You MUST be a US resident (really appologise to anyone who isn’t)
2. Must follow my blog: Booklovers1 (only so no-one takes advantage of this offer and so that it is fair for the people already following me!!)
3. Leave a comment at the end of THIS post.. One entry per person.
4. DO NOT include your personal mailing address in your comment for security reasons.
5. If we do not hear back from you in 5 days, we will draw another winner.
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The Winner of Sautee Shadows is….

Blanche Diane Henry from Orange, NJ!

Congratulations Blanche and I hope you enjoy reading this historical novel, Sautee Shadows by Denise Weimer and find out interesting facts about Georgia, my home State!

Thanks to everyone who entered to win.

Beginning October 1, 2013 we will be interviewing romantic suspense writer, Hannah Alexander.  We will be giving away an autographed copy of her latest book, Keeping Faith.  The giveaway will run Oct 1st – 8th.   So mark your calendars and come back and read this revealing interview with Hannah Alexander.  I KNOW you’ll learn an interesting fact that I didn’t know before hand!

 

 

 

 

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Stranded (Alaskan Courage Book 3) by Dani Pettrey (4 Stars)

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Exciting Suspense in Alaska

Reporter Darcy St. James comes back to Alaska in this book, by way of a cruise ship.  She is helping her old investigative reporter friend, Abby, undercover something strange going on during these cruises.  The only problem, the first night on the ship, Abby goes missing and Darcy is left to try and keep her cover while trying to find out what has happened to her friend.

As God has it all planned out, the new excursions company for the cruise line is Gage McKenna’s company.  That was not what Darcy was expecting, but she was hoping to see Gage and his family.  She hadn’t heard anything from him since she left months earlier.

The mystery surrounding the cruise ship and young women disappearing keeps you going until the end and it’s full of surprises.  Gage and Darcy are drawn to each other and we even get a peak at Jake and his mysterious past that everyone has been so eager to discover.

This is a great book, showing that in all things God can work for good, not all things turn out the way we want them, but when we turn ourselves over to God, the peace He gives will help us through anything that comes our way.

I received a complimentary copy of this book from Baker Publishing Group & Bethany House for my honest opinion and did not receive any compensation for a favorable review. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

Let’s find out more about the author:

dpettrey2sm1Dani Pettrey is a wife, home-schooling mom, and the acclaimed author of the romantic suspense series Alaskan Courage, which includes her bestselling novels SubmergedShattered, and latest release, Stranded. She feels blessed to write inspirational romantic suspense because it incorporates so many things she loves–the thrill of adventure, nail biting suspense, the deepening of her characters’ faith, and plenty of romance. She and her husband reside in Maryland with their two teenage daughters.

Here’s a great YouTube interview with Dani:

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When You Walk Through The Fire

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“Consider it pure joy, my brothers and sisters, whenever you face trials of many kinds, because you know that the testing of your faith produces perseverance.  Let perseverance finish its work so that you may be mature and complete, not lacking anything.” (James 1:2-4 NIV)

In April 2013, Oconee Street Methodist Church, in Athens, GA, a church that has served the needy for 25 years was gutted by a late-night fire. The day after the fire, my husband and I were driving into town with our 9 year-old granddaughter and she noticed the yellow tape and the burned out steeple.

She immediately asked; “What happened?”

We repeated the information we had heard on the radio about the fire.  We also told her about the ministry of the church and how they fed the homeless and the poor people in Athens through a program called Our Daily Bread.

Her next question was one we ponder when bad things happen to good people.

“But if they were doing good things, why did God…?”

We responded that we did not know the cause of the fire, but a building can be repaired or rebuilt.  We assured her that nobody had been hurt in the fire, and that surely God had a plan to expand and bless the ministry of that church.  Our job was to pray for the workers and the people who depended on the meals served there.

Our words turned out to be prophetic.  Yesterday’s newspaper confirmed God’s faithfulness to replace our losses with something better than we could ever have dreamed or imagined.  The fire destroyed a building, but the faithful in the church and community persevered.  The very next day meals were served on the lawn. Four months later, Our Daily Bread has relocated to First Baptist Church in downtown Athens. The end result has been better facilities and a 15% increase in attendance.  Due to the central location of First Baptist, more people are being fed physically and spiritually.  To God be the glory!

Dearest Heavenly Father,

We all face trials in this life.  In your Word, you tell us that your plan is to refine us, to build up our spiritual strength, our faith and perseverance. We know that there is nothing we can do in our own strength, but when we rely on you and remain faithful till the end, we are rewarded with evidence of your love and presence in our lives and in the lives of those for whom we pray.

In the name of Jesus, who is the Bread of Life,

Amen

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Free and Discounted E-Books

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I found one free children’s book and some other great books for a great price. So, browse through and see if there’s something here you’ve been dying to read! I suggest the books by Priscilla Shirer…she’s an excellent Bible study teacher! And one of the novels I have listed sounds good,  Amanda Flower, a new author to me, and the reviews are good.  So if you like to buy books at a reduced price, this is your day!  Remember to double check the prices before downloading and I have only linked to the Kindle site to download, if you have another e-reader check their store to see if the books are discounted there also.

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The Beloved Daughter by Alana Terry (Free on Kindle)

Icons for Blog Use.004Alana Terry contacted me about a week or so ago about hosting a blog tour for her book (that will be on Oct. 30th) and more info will be coming for that.  But she also sent me a free download of this book and it’s amazing.  I haven’t had time to write a review but I saw that it’s a free e-book download and didn’t want anyone to miss it.

It does deal with horrible circumstances that Christians in other countries deal with on a daily basis.  It shames me to think of how lightly I take our freedom.  Here’s the link if you want to read this book for free.  It really touches your heart.

  • FREE on Kindle:  The Beloved Daughter by Alana Terry

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We Were Nominated for the “Sunshine Award”!

Another award!  I truly am shocked, but thrilled to be nominated for this “happy” award.  I do pray that this blog will be a light in the darkness and lead everyone who stops by to seek Jesus!  He’s the true “SONshine”!!!

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I want to thank healthyliving4him.wordpress.com for nominating our blog for this award.  I love her blog and just discovered it through the Liebester award and I’m glad I did.  So, friends, look at these blogs we have listed and you will find some great people with great blogs out there just waiting for you to find them!

Basically, The Sunshine Award recognizes bloggers whose writings “light up the dark corners of our minds”.

Here are the RULES:

(1) Thank the person who gave you the award in your blog post.

(2) Do the Q&A below.

(3) Pass on the award to 10 – 12 deserving and inspiring bloggers, inform them and link to their blogs.

My answers are as follow…

Favorite color? I’ve always thought it was blue, but I love purple too…but not just blue or purple, it has to be that perfect shade that makes me smile.

Favorite animal? This is a very hard question and I may even get some “hate mail” from this, but I don’t like animals.  It’s really crazy, but when I was a teenager I loved animals and wanted to live on a farm with every kind of animal there was.  I don’t know what happened to that teenager, but she’s not me anymore.  We’ve had our share of cats, dogs, fish, and even a pet squirrel (yep, my husband found him fallen from his nest and we assumed his mom was dead, because we had seen a dead squirrel a few days earlier-compliments of our cat!) And he put him in a cage and feed him puppy formula through a dropper and played with that little creature and they became the best of friends.  After a month and a half, he let him go in our yard and “Earl the Squirrel” went straight back to his previous nest.  He then started making his own nest every few months in different trees in our yard (we have a mainly wooded 2 acre lot) and he would usually come when called or come when you walked outside.  My hubby would sit down and play with him, scratch him, feed him sunflower seeds and pecans.  It was really amazing!  But he disappeared after about a year and a half.  We think something happened to him, because Earl had it too good to leave on his own. A dog killed our cat and then I told my husband that when I died he could have all the animals he wants.  But for now, he’ll just have to be satisfied with “dog-sitting” our two grandson’s little dog, Lucy!

Earl the Squirrel

Earl the Squirrel

Favorite number?  I have never thought about it, so I have no idea!

Favorite nonalcoholic drink? Sweet tea!  But I drink it seldom now, opting for water or plain un-sweet tea…I haven’t lost ONE POUND by doing this.  So don’t believe it when you read those articles that tell you if you cut out “such and such” you can lose so many pounds in a year!  Baloney!

Favorite alcoholic drink? I don’t drink.

Facebook or Twitter? I guess if I have to pick, I know a little more about FaceBook and use it more.  I’m still trying to figure out Twitter.  I can read the tweets on my account and have even re-tweeted (which I think is a huge accomplishment) but I have only actually posted a handful on my very own.  I still don’t understand it all.

My Passions? I do love Jesus, and I want Him to be my true passion, but I must confess that I’m still working on it.  I feel like Peter when Jesus asked him 3 times if he loved Him.  Oh Lord, keep asking and I pray that each time I will love you more and more!  My earthly passions are my family, my friends, my church, our Media Center and reading!!!  Of course, I have some TV shows that I really like too!  But here again, they don’t need to be my passion, it’s ok to like them, but my main passion needs to be Jesus!

Giving or Receiving Gifts? I love to give and make people happy.  And giving doesn’t always involve money, you can give of yourself in so many ways…just being with a friend who has had a bad day and making her laugh her head off and forget about her troubles…that’s a great gift I love to give!  That’s the kind of gift I like to receive too!

And since I have an annoying gnat flying around me and my computer, I decided to make up my own question and answer it and ask it of you.

What insect to your really hate?  Gnats!!!!

Now it’s my turn to nominate blogs who encourage me and make me smile!  I know some of them don’t like accepting awards, and if you don’t it won’t hurt my feelings  and some of you may have already won this award – I just want to nominate you to let you know that I love reading your blogs and you make me happy and smile!

Bloggers, if you accept let me know so I can visit your blog and read the answers to these questions and get to know you better!

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P.S.  I just want you to know that I burned my cornbread while doing this blog post!  So smile, because last night we ate at Cracker Barrel and my husband complained that the cornbread muffins were a little bit too done…just wait until he sees what I have for him tonight!!  🙂

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Denise Weimer Interview and Book Giveaway – September 1st – 7th, 2013

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Earlier this year I had the pleasure of meeting Denise Weimer at a book signing at The Carpenter’s Shop in Athens, GA.  I had such a wonderful time talking to her and I even got to meet her mother.  They are both precious women and love the Lord.  I knew then that I would want her to be one of our featured authors and this is the perfect month for it because we are giving away, Sautee Shadows (Georgia Gold Series #1), and The Gray Divide (Georgia Gold Series #2) is coming out this month.  So this is the perfect opportunity to win the first book in this series and then you won’t have to wait for Book 2, you can go right out and buy it!  The giveaway is September 1st – 7th, and the winner will be randomly selected on September 8th, 2013.

Here is a great timeline photo of all the history that is covered in this book.  It’s incredible how much research Denise did for this book.

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I know it’s hard to read here, but just click on the picture and you’ll be directed to the actual picture on her website and you can read it much better.

Let’s meet Denise and get to know her better:

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Is Sautee Shadows your first novel, or have you written before?

I began writing at age 11 – historical novels! I published a novella called Redeeming Grace with PublishAmerica about 7 years ago. It was about a struggling opera singer from NY who found love with a local minister when she vacationed at Tallulah Falls, GA, during the 1880s. The publisher set the book price too high, so the book was only marketed locally and is now out of print. I hope to self-publish it again in the future. But the important thing was that Redeeming Grace opened the door for The Georgia Gold Series, because my historical mentor, well-known artist John Kollock, read it and offered his help in research should I write another novel …

Why did you decide to write your novels about Georgia history?

… I took Mr. Kollock up on his offer, and he gave me a tour through his family’s 1848 summer home outside Clarkesville, along with a stack of books and his ancestors’ diaries and letters. The Kollocks had been among the families who lived on the coast but had summer homes in the Northeast Georgia mountains to escape heat and yellow fever. This first person research gave me an inside understanding of life in the mid-1800s in Georgia. Using that base, I was able to craft a story with four fictional families that moved among real people, places and events and incorporated the fascinating history of the Georgia Gold Rush, the Cherokee Removal and The Civil War. A sweeping historical fiction series had never been written about that exact era and area.

I can tell from reading, Sautee Shadows, that you did a lot of research.  How much time and effort did you put into your research before you were able to write the book?

I researched about a year before starting to write, then continued to research as I wrote to try to provide the reader the feeling of “being there.”

How much of your book is actual facts?  Are all the characters fictional or are some of them real people?

Most of the main characters are fictional to give them “room to move” so that I could develop their stories as I wished, but those stories overlap many real people like Jarvis Van Buren, Stand Watie and Francis Bartow. The reader will learn many fascinating facts about Northeast Georgia in the mid-1800s; the most surprising things in the book are the things that really happened! Truth is really stranger than fiction.

What would you like your readers to discover by reading this book?

In The Georgia Gold Series, I sought to re-create a very real time period and to portray all sides of issues with historical accuracy and balance. It was important for my characters to overcome the challenges of their day and age, personality deficiencies and prejudice – and to rise above that regardless of race or background – to show how God working in their lives can help them become people of integrity. I hope our generation will be reminded of the virtues of courage, sacrifice, commitment, faith and honor.

This is Book 1 in a series and Book 2, The Gray Divide, comes out this month, right?  How many other books will there be?

Yes, Book Two, The Gray Divide, releases September 1. There are two more books after that, The Crimson Bloom and Bright as Gold.

Books 1-3 and the 4th and final book is titled, Bright as Gold

Books 1-3 and the 4th and final book is titled, Bright as Gold

Do you already have plans for future books once this series is finished?

Right now I’m concentrating on publicizing the series. I don’t have any specific plans but will just be open to what God leads me to do in the future! I do have some ideas bouncing around. And if the next book is fiction, I always tend to write in the setting of where I am currently living! There is so much rich history surrounding the Athens area, I’m sure I can come up with something!

Are you a native Georgian?  Where do you live?

Yes, I was born in Atlanta and raised in Jackson County. I lived in Habersham County for ten years while raising my girls and researching and writing The Georgia Gold Series. My family now resides in Watkinsville. My husband’s job as area manager for Woodmen of the World Life Insurance and Investments brought us to the Athens area.

What are your hobbies, besides writing?

Of course I also enjoy reading – historical fiction and Christian non-fiction. I’m an avid swim mom and help support my daughters in Athens Bulldog Swim Club. I love going to movies, antique stores, tea rooms or coffee shops and touring historic homes. For most of my life I’ve been involved in living history, and for many years I was founder and director of a mid-1800s dance group. Writing and being a mom are taking priority now.

If you could visit anyplace on earth, where would it be and why?

I’d enjoy a trip to England and Scotland, because I haven’t been there yet and those are the countries from which my own ancestors came.

Who are your favorite authors?

I enjoy many Christian historical fiction writers. Laura Frantz is one of my favorites. Her book The Frontiersman’s Daughter hooked me because I could tell it was written from her heart. It reminded me of my favorite movie, “The Last of the Mohicans.” I’ve had the honor of becoming online friends with Laura and found her to be as gracious a person as she is a talented writer. I also find Deanne Gist, Tamera Alexander and Francine Rivers to be among the best.

Are you reading a book now, if so, what is it? 

I am currently finishing up a Christian non-fiction book on marriage written by a local author, at the request of one of my friends.

Is there anything else you would like to tell us about yourself and your books?

The publishing industry is tighter than ever, with the economy and e-books putting pressure on traditional publishers. However, for those who write, I’d say you should never give up your dream if you are sure that is where your talent lies. Create a tight package for publishers – a well-edited manuscript with a story that makes the reader want more, a strong query letter, plus the training and willingness to help market yourself. Then target publishers and agents only in your niche or genre. Regional presses are often much more likely to accept new authors, especially if their story is regional as well.

Denise, thank you so much for sharing your time with us and telling us so much about your books and all that went into writing them.  I find it interesting, especially since I live in Georgia and have visited a lot of the places you mention in your book.  If you live in the Athens, GA area, you can visit The Carpenter’s Shop to purchase Denise’s books.

You may visit Denise’s website and her publisher’s website by clicking on the links below:

www.deniseweimerbooks.webs.com

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  1. You must be 18 years or older and be a U.S. resident.

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  2. Leave a comment in the comment section at the end of THIS post. One entry per person.
  3. We will randomly compile a list of everyone who made a comment and will draw a name.  We will then notify you by email giving you further instructions to collect your free book.  DO NOT include your personal mailing address in your comment for security reasons.
  4. If we do not hear back from you in 5 days, we will draw another winner.
  5. Please allow 2-3 weeks for book delivery.
  6. If you win the book it would be really great if you could come back to this post after you have read it and tell us what you thought about the book.

Next Month – October 2013 – our Featured Author will be Hannah Alexander and we will be giving away an autographed copy of Keeping Faith.

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