I’ve lived most of the last year (or maybe my whole life) in my head, and now a small part of it’s about to be out of my hands — it’s less than a month to my book deadline, friends. I may survive, if only I can get a couple more chapters (and a sermon) out of my fingertips … while children run fevers, wake up with crusty eyes, and generally ruin all child-care plans I have for December. Not that I’m watching the calendar while breathing in and out of paper bags.
So, my friends, it’s time I thank you for hanging in there with me during my radio silence. Giveaway time, book people!
This one’s a special book for me. Not only is it the book that my co-author Sarah Arthur miraculously birthed while also working on our book (classic overachiever), but it’s also one I suggested a couple favorites for (The Secret Garden and Parables from Nature for the win!).
Between Midnight and Dawn: A Literary Guide to Prayer for Lent, Holy Week, & Eastertide was released by Paraclete Press just a couple weeks ago — this is a banquet for book-lovers. The collection’s full of a beautifully curated selection of poetry, fiction, and prayers from the classics to the contemporary, including fellow Redbud Writers Guild ladies (pro tip: never miss Kate James’ blog).
TO ENTER: Simply comment here on this blog post with the title and author of the last good book you’ve read– fiction, nonfiction, or poetry. I’ll pick a name at random and contact the winner on January 6. Good luck and happy reading!