Working on getting the word out–Enter Kathy at “I Am a Reader Not a Writer” who featured lil’ ol me and is hosting a giveaway of THE FALL. To check it out click here.
Thank you so much to all the participants, fellow bloggers & giveaway merchants. Huge kudos to I Am a Reader Not a Writer & Martha’s Bookshelf for sponsoring and making my first foray into Blog Hops fun! Winner announced tomorrow–Jan 20!!
Barnes & Noble, Valencia–Inspirational Fiction… in the Ks… Bingo!
Have I mentioned lately how talented my hubby, Mark is? Talk is cheap. Check out the trailer 🙂 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nf__m0CWtJ
To help boost your holiday gift decision-making, I’m offering free shipping & handling for orders of three or more copies of The Rapha Chronicles, Book 1: THE FALL. And, each copy will be signed AND personalized to your specifications! Holiday Blessings to you and yours! Chana (Again, ten copies fit beautifully into a flat-rate box–just […]
Could I ask a super-important favor from you amazing folks who have been so supportive through this whole book venture? As you go about your shopping for friends and family, and you find yourself in a bookstore–ANY bookstore–Any store that SELLS books–ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD–would you please approach the customer service desk and ask for […]
At our book launch for THE FALL a few weeks ago, I was given the coolest surprise. Andrea Hammond, sweet friend and super-talented musician/singer/songwriter extraordinaire belted out a song she had written for lil’ ol’ me! Over the past couple years, Andrea and I would run into each other at those crucial moments when a […]
I Am getting lost in Michael Gungor’s music this morning. It possesses all the untamed beauty and freshness of Sigur Ros but with a total anointed-and-God-breathed quality. It blew me away when I started listening to the “Ghosts on the Earth” album that one of the tracks is called “The Fall” and the piece as […]
I hit a bit of a wall of bummed-out-ness yesterday when I realized, like we all must at one time or another, that someone else holds the cards therefore… we’re screwed.