I know there’s a way to prettify this page and make it look enticing and inviting, but I haven’t figured that out yet. For now, I’m just listing the books with brief descriptions and links to Amazon. As a semi-retired person who’s both excited and nervous about this writing venture, I’m volunteering to speak with your book club, Bible study group, students (including two-year, high school, unmotivated, lost, anxious, stressed, confused, discouraged, or fed-up). My email addresses are firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
All of the above pictures come from Crossing the Bridge: How to Succeed in a Community College and Beyond. My most recent book, it’s a self-published work created in KDP and is available in both electronic and hard copy versions. Formatting this little primer was quite challenging, but the process was well worth the effort. Its instant publication and availability verified something I’ve been sensing for a long time: This is a great time for people with something to share to get their work “out there.”
From the description on Amazon: A practical guide to student success in a community college including topics ranging from self-assessment and financial aid to study skills and time management. Student stories, tips, and testimonials supplement the author’s guidelines that are based on 30+ years of teaching two-year college students. http://tinyurl.com/b2vz6h6
Next on the list is a book that came about because someone invited me to a Bible study about Esther. Little did I know that that invitation would lead to a blog that eventually led to the creation of Eve’s Sisters.
The combination of psychology and religion has helped me to live a more effective life, and it’s my hope that reading about the application of psychological principles to the women of the Bible can help you too! Then and now, women struggle with emotions, relationships, and personal choice as they navigate their way through life. If you’d like your own copy of Eve’s Sisters, it’s available in both hard copy and digital formats at Amazon.com, InspiringVoices.com, BarnesandNoble.com, and several other online sources.
And here the book with my son’s picture on the front. He and his companion were in Torreon, Mexico where he was serving a two-year mission. The picture is entitled Las Sombras, and looking at it and hundreds of others helped his mom get through those 24 months. I especially like the young men portrayed in Las Sombras because it reminds me that it could be any missionaries anywhere in the world.
From the back cover: “This volume reflects a few of the author’s thoughts and insights while her son was spending the “best two years” of his life servinga full-time mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Torreon, Mexico…. Applying scripture references from the Bible, the Book of Mormon, and the Doctrine and covenants to everyday life, Musings underscores the importance of the sacred works in finding solace, inspiration, and guidance.”
It’s easy to buy this inspirational little book of devotionals.You can purchase it at Amazon,com by clicking the link below. It’s also available at other online sites including Barnes and Noble and Author House. I have a few copies as well and will be glad to send you one.