The Tired Supergirls Search for Truth Blog Tour to kick of book number 2.
If you would like to be a part of the tour there are pretty high qualifications to be included so read carefully:
1)you have to be willing to read the book and
2)you have to have a blog and
3)you have to post about it...
I know....I know....such high hurdles to jump over!
But if you are a tired supergirl yourself and a blogger and would like a copy of the book to read about bad bangs, the enemy's lies and Jesus truth and then when would be willing to post about it to all your bloggy friends,
leave your name and blog in the comments.
We'll be launching the tour in March when the book comes out.
We (and by we I mean me) would love to be able spread the word about the book to all of your fellow tsgs.
My son, Jack, has already read part of it, looked to see if his name was inside, swears he found a typo and thinks it could be a good read. I'm not sure if he is going to tell his 3rd grade friends to buy it but I may offer him a bribe to do it.
My mother-in-law Sandy also thinks this book is going to be a hit.
(Her name is also in the book.)
My next big news is that I am going to be speaking more this year...
for those of you who have been reading long you know what this means....
a lot of sweating on my part.
I would appreciate your prayers on behalf my sweat glands.
And of course, that Jesus would give me words to say.
(And that my children would adjust to mommy gallavanting across the countryside...
and that Scott will incorporate other meals besides hot pockets into his cullinary repetoire while I am gone...if you would just like to set aside an entire day of prayer on behalf of my family that would be great....)
But if by chance you would like me to speak to your ladies group or womeen's retreat or your book club and you don't mind a speaker with a strong need for deodorant,
you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
And lastly, I just got to chat with Amy Freese from the Nashville area who does a great radio show for women in her area called Flourish with Amy Freese.
We had a fun time talking about jeans and bangs and mostly, Jesus, who is the most important.
Thought you might enjoy it! Visit the Link below
and click on the All I Need Is Jesus interview