Book Readings in your Area
Date: July 15, 2008 12:30PM. Join the Friends of the for a special midday book discussion and signing with South Carolina author Nicole Seitz and her latest release, Trouble the Water. Refreshments provided.
Pastor's wife, Joyce S. Oglesby, felt inspired to write a relationship book out of a heavy heart for couples doomed for divorce without some sort of intervention. Her small town of Corydon, IN is buzzing about the controversial cover and title. Written similarly to the 1970s classic, Total Woman, Keeping His Pants On...Until He Gets Home equips women to affair-proof their marriages. Maintaining a passionate love in marriage has become more urgent than ever before. The demands on today's woman can distract her from fulfilling her husband's sexual needs. Losing focus of this vital responsibility has many women facing the maladies of matrimony. Joyce says, "You're either too tired, too stressed, too fat, too flat-chested, too mad, too sad, too depressed, too dirty, too clean, too selfish, or it's just too much trouble. All this can add up to too little too late!" Her warning is that husbands can soon become distracted, leading to some form of an outside physical or emotional affair, pornography, or other avenues of release. The book talks about the dangers of boredom and staleness, and how passionless relationships leave couples unfulfilled, and makes husbands prime targets for temptation.
We are pleased to announce a special contest created for your blog guests. 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 Hom, a bottle of sparkling apple-cranberry, 1 Beanpod Candles melter, Beach Walk wax soy beads, Bird of Paradise wax soy beads, and 9 tea lights.
AJC's spotlight on the Brothers Well Read Men Book Club I didn't get excited. I was overjoyed! For you, my male subscribers you can become a member of this club, which is now online. Click the link to learn more, and if you join, please let me know. I have some books I would love to give to a well-deserving male book club.
To enter write in 250 words or less for each questio:
- Tell us why you want to become a writer?
- Why do you feel you would be the most deserving of the grant
Send entries to: Ann Peach Grant, c/o Corrie Peach, PO Box 797, Marion, TX 78124 or via email at Corrie.Peach at hotmail dot com.
Deadline for entries is Wednesday, October 15,2008. Winner will be announced and availale on newstands in January 2009 in the March issue of RT Bookreviews. To subscribe to RT, click here. It is a great magazine, I am an inspirational and contempo reviewer for it, and have coordinated the Christian workshop panels for the convention.