Wednesday, June 11, 2008
Please join The Damascus Road authors Maurice Gray, Jr., Dr. Linda Beed, Wanda B. Campbell, Lacricia Peters, Jacquelin Thomas and Kim Brooks for Part 2 of Help You, Help You. Tonight at 9PM EST on Blog Talk Radio's The Abundant Solutions Hour. The show will air live on the Abundant Solutions Hour
http://www. blogtalkradio. com/asemotivation on Wednesday evening, June 11th (9:00P/EST – 8:00/CT – 6:00P/PST). Call in Number 718-508-9600
Christian Fiction is pleased to announce a special contest created for our community. On July 5, 2008 we will have a grand prize drawing for a special gift basket which will include:
- Keeping His Pants on Until He Gets Home Book,
- 12 Pillow Talk Love Notes,
- 2 Glasses,
- 1 bottle of sparkling apple-cranberry
- 1 Beanpod Candles melter
- Beach Walk wax soy beads
- Bird of Paradise wax soy beads
- and 9 tea lights.
To enter the contest to win this basket, subscribe to Christian Fiction or check back in from now through July 5 for the June Brides edition of the My Husband is Mine blog tour. We will be buzzing about Joyce Oglesby's book, Keeping His Pants On Until He Gets Home.
Author: Rene Gutteridge
Synopsis: On the Atlantica Flight 1945 from Atlanta to Amsterdam recently jilted Lucy Meredith who is fascinated with The Secret, will be challenged by the sudden appearance of her ex and his new traveling partner, and Hank Hazard, whose unusually polite but odd behavior is linked to a quiet faith that may play a key role in the fate of everyone on board. Especially when an unexpected traveler sets this already bumpy flight on a course toward the unfriendly skies.
My review: This book is funny and romantic and suspenseful. I like. My favorite part is when Hank calls his sister, Cassie to give Lucy advice, with his credit card, while flying over the ocean. Great believable dialogue. I loved that.
Book: With Endless Sight
Synopsis: Born into a life of privilege, fourteen-year-old Belinda never questions her security, even as she leaves
My Review: Very well written. From the first sentence I found myself transported to 1861. Granted someone of my ethnicity wouldn't want to live there now, it was nice to go back for a while and see Montana. :)