If you're looking for a gift for that reader on your Christmas list, I have copies of my latest novel, Lead Me Beside Still Waters, available for purchase. Or if you haven't had a chance to purchase a copy for yourself and would like to, let me know. Leave a comment below or private message me for details.
Only four more days until my latest novel, Lead Me Beside Still Waters, officially releases. We're celebrating with a Book Launch & Signing Party this Saturday, May 21, 2016, from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon at the Dry Creek Baptist Church family life center. A light brunch will be served along with a drawing for door prizes. Please share this post and help us spread the word.
My latest novel, Lead Me Beside Still Waters, officially releases on Saturday, May 21, 2016. To help celebrate, the ladies of Dry Creek Baptist Church are hosting a book launch/signing party at the Dry Creek Baptist Church Family Life Center from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon (come & go). Light refreshments and door prizes. I hope you'll join us. If needed, message me for directions.
Tomorrow, Wednesday, April 13, from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m., as part of National Library Week, I will be one of the featured Mississippi Authors at "Afternoon with Authors" hosted by the Mendenhall Public Library. I will also have a copy of my latest novel, Lead Me Beside Still Waters, which releases May 21, and will be taking orders if anyone is interested in preordering their copy. If you're in the area, I hope you'll stop by.
Saw this today and couldn't help but smile. Sad to say, at the rate I'm going on my fourth Christian fiction novel, Lead Me Beside Still Waters, it'll be another year before it's finished.
I just discovered that today - November 1 - is National Authors' Day. Pretty cool!
This observance was adopted by the General Federation of Women’s Clubs in 1929 and in 1949 was given a place on the list of special days, weeks and months prepared by the US Department of Commerce. The resolution states in part: “By celebrating an Authors’ Day as a nation, we would not only show patriotism, loyalty, and appreciation of the men and women who have made American literature possible, but would also encourage and inspire others to give of themselves in making a better America.” It was also resolved “that we commemorate an Authors’ Day to be observed on November First each year.” (from www.answers.com)