I’m more entrepreneurial than I ever would have dreamed. Ever since I was a kid, I wanted to do three things: write, cook, and discuss theology. That’s it. I wasn’t even one to daydream about marriage or children. To my mind, I’m a shockingly straightforward, consistent girl. You know what I love? Family, words, food, and theology. But what if I don’t really want to write books? What if, after all this time, I’ve thought of something else instead?!
So many releases! This is a double-release day, with Kloria Publishing releasing the lushly rich, highly favored, Lord, Thee I Love with All My Heart, which I reviewed here, and there’s Ruth Meyer‘s latest in her Sola Series: Hope Alone. (If you liked the previous two in the series, you obviously need this one! But I promised to review it on the 12th as part of a concerted effort, so no review for you just yet.) Below I’ll catch you up on a release of my own, and give you the release blitz and giveaway info for Hope Alone. 😀
I’ve just got a thought for you today. You can tell me what you think of it and whether its a line worth expanding: “The only real liquid courage—whether you rely on coffee, liquor, or something else—is the living water of the Holy Spirit.”
Next week has THREE new Lutheran book releases!! Woo hoo!
I was actually able to get a chunk of writing done yesterday and that felt really good! God-willing, I’ll get a few more chunks of time and work in this week! It’s all just been on the back-burner. Meanwhile, I had a passing thought about Lutheran names. Ignore me if you’d like, but maybe you’d like to hear it. 🙂
My summer reading pile may be particularly eclectic this year. Who knows. I can tell you this, however: there are a bunch of Lutheran books, some of which I’ve been meaning to read for a while. 🙂 I’ll try to keep reviews to every other day at most. Ok? Today’s will be on The Lutheran Ladies’ Circle: Plucking One String by Kris Knorr (which is actually a pseudonym for Barb Froman).
Ok, I’d like to start some book lists. They’d be helpful. Resources in themselves. So can you help me out?
The winner of the Wazzlewood Giveaway is Whitney Crowell! Congratulations! Now, all of you, you have got to read my review below. It is for Kloria Publishing‘s latest release, Lord, Thee I Love with All My Heart, illustrated by the fabulously-talented Lutheran Kelly Schumacher.
Do you have a philosophy, strategy, or tactic for organizing books? Because I need help.