This week, theChristian Fiction Blog Allianceis introducing A Beautiful FallDavid C. Cook (October 2008)byChris Coppernoll ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Chris Coppernoll is the founder of Soul2Soul Ministries, with his interviews with Christian artists airing weekly on 650 radio outlets in thirty countries. He has conducted hundreds of interviews on faith issues with personalities such as Amy Grant, Max Lucado, Michael W. Smith, and Kathie Lee Gifford. He also serves as a Deacon at The People’s Church in Franklin, Tennessee, and is currently working toward a Masters in Ministry Leadership degree through Rockbridge Seminary. His “Inspirations” column is published monthly in the mid Michigan newspaper, The Jackson Citizen Patriot. Chris Coppernoll is the author of four other books including Soul2Soul, Secrets of a Faith Well Lived, and God’s Calling. Providence, his first novel, is his fourth book. ABOUT THE BOOK High-powered Boston attorney Emma Madison is celebrating her latest courtroom victory when. . .
This was so hard, because there were quite a few of you that I really would love to send the book to. I’m sorry that I cannot send you all a copy, but I plead with you if you did not win and wanted to, go buy this book. It is so completely worth the money. I promise. You’ll buy it, keep it, and tell others about it. Without further adieu, the winners of two separate copies of The Shape of Mercy by Susan Meissner are: Carole cjarvis and Elizabeth blueviolet So, drop me an email with your snail mail addy, and I’ll see about getting those books off to you!!! cherryblossommj (at) gmail [dot] com
Now this you have to see… click here… And then, click the cover to go buy your own copy… Mine’s in the mail on it’s way to me… So I’m told… Paperback: 384 pages Publisher: WaterBrook Press (September 16, 2008) Language: English ISBN-10: 1400072530 ISBN-13: 978-1400072538
It’s All About You.Open this book to any page and take a new look at you, where you’ve been on your spiritual journey, and where you’re going. Out loud, in private, in order, or backwards all the way, this book of questions will have you laughing, praying, thinking, and maybe asking a question or two yourself. It’s a creative and revealing way to get to know God–and you–better than ever. So go ahead. Grab a pen. And get ready to get real. Hardcover: 96 pages Publisher: Multnomah Books (October 7, 2008) Language: English ISBN-10: 1601421427 ISBN-13: 978-1601421425
It is time to play a Wild Card! Every now and then, a book that I have chosen to read is going to pop up as a FIRST Wild Card Tour. Get dealt into the game! (Just click the button!) Wild Card Tours feature an author and his/her book’s FIRST chapter! You never know when I might play a wild card on you! Today’s Wild Card authors are: Wayne Jacobsen and Dave Coleman and the book: So You Don’t Want to Go to Church Anymore Windblown Media (March 1, 2006) ABOUT THE AUTHORS: Wayne Jacobsen: age 55, Publisher of Windblown Media. Wayne is also the director of Lifestream Ministries, and he wanders around the planet helping people sort out what Jesus really taught. He is the author of So You Don’t Want to Go To Church Anymore, He Loves Me: Learning to Live in the Father’s Affection, Authentic Relationships: Discovering. . .
Please post your comments between Monday and Friday (October 13th- 17th). This is The Shape of Mercy blog tour! Earlier, you may have seen my review, if not, go back and read it, click here. Also, please notice that I have two copies of this book to giveaway, coming straight from my mail box to yours. Lauren Durough is a college student longing to break free of family expectations when she stumbles into a project for eighty year old Abigail Boyles—transcribing the journals of Mercy Hayworth, a seventeenth-century victim of the Massachusetts witch trials. Almost immediately, Lauren finds herself drawn to this girl who lived and died four centuries ago. The strength of her affinity with Mercy forces Lauren to take a startling new look at her own life, including her relationships with the mysterious Abigail, her college roommate, and a young man named Raul. But on the way to. . .