I am so excited to share with you that my September release, HIDDEN is now available for pre-order on Amazon Kindle. This book will also be available through other vendors–both in print and in ebook. I will share those purchase buttons when they go “live.” In the meantime, I thought that I’d share Kelly Irvin’s response to this inspirational romantic suspense.
Hidden gives us a glimpse into a world where domestic and international terrorism lurk around every corner, but it’s the evil that’s personal and intimate that ultimately provides the true test of her well drawn characters. A lovely romance between a complicated woman and a big hearted man, tension that builds steadily to a fever pitch, and a story of faith rediscovered make Hidden an engaging read. ~Kelly Irvin
Pre-order your Kindle copy today for just $3.99.
ps – August madness continues for a few more days. Order a book from this website and receive a free Amish gift (small gift). All books are $10, but you must use the button below this paragraph that says BUY NOW.
- use the form below,
- type in the book you want (any book is eligible),
- type in who you want it autographed to, and
- click BUY NOW.
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SIMPLE Ways to Eat Fresh
Last week we discussed ways to be healthy by getting up and moving around. Have you ever noticed that Amish families are outside a lot more? We can also learn simpler ways of eating fresh from studying what the Amish do.
- BUY less pre-packaged food. For instance, if you have the choice between apple sauce or apples, go with apples. The closer to the natural source you can go, the better.
- VISIT your local farmers’ market. Almost every town has a place where local farmers sell their veggies. We have a small corner shop that carries fresh produce. Also on Saturday mornings, you can go down to the courthouse square and there will be several folks with tables set up.
- COOK simpler meals. Sometimes when I think of cooking, I get tired and want to go to Sonic. There’s nothing wrong with the occasional burger, but I can also simplify what I’m cooking. Fresh sandwiches and a salad are wonderful this time of year. I also love to eat breakfast for dinner. It’s full of protein and easy to cook–especially when I add a side of mixed fruit.
- EAT OUT less. I do love eating out. It’s such a treat. But I almost never order healthy when I eat out. I don’t know why! I intend to, and then something catches my eye which is deep fried. Maybe it’s because I live in the south. The less that I eat out, the healthier my meal choices are.
These are pretty simple ideas, but I think we can all benefit from them. What do you do to make good eating choices?
ps – I’m still running my August special. Click here and use the BUY NOW box in the middle of the page. Books are only $10 and you’ll receive a small gift free with your purchase.