Monday, December 24, 2012
I'd like to wish everyone who visits here a wonderful Christmas. May you enjoy the company of friends and family at this Christmas season, and above all cherish the true meaning of Christmas with your families. As the world grows weary of all the strife and war, may the peace of Christ rest in your heart, and shine through your lives in the coming 2013 year. May God bless you from our house to yours. Carrie
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
For those who follow my blog I have a surprise this month! We are having a book giveaway--
from Emily Ann Benedict, the author of , The Father Christmas Confessions, an ebook which is available on Amazon .com comes the opportunity to win her first novel Only Angels Are Bulletproof.
Homeschooled by her parents her first inclinations were toward art, but after an illness left her with lots of time on her hands she turned to writing as an outlet. Emily Ann Benedict lives and writes in the Central Valley area of California. God works in ways known only to him to put our feet on the paths that he wants us to travel--when you read her books you will see what I mean. For a chance to win leave me a comment on why you would like to read this book.
FBI agent, Scott Malkin, did not believe in God, heaven, and certainly not angels…until a simple bank robbery went horribly wrong.
In her first novel, Only Angels Are Bulletproof, Emily Ann Benedict takes her reader on a page turning ride of suspense and mystery when a seemingly random young woman is fatally shot in front of Scott and dozens of witnesses, yet survives and disappears before anyone can question her.
Scott’s quest to stop a plague of bank robberies in the Los Angeles area quickly becomes a quest to prove that things such as angels and miracles do not exist. But when the hunt turns deadly and threatens to consume his friends and family, Scott is faced with one very strange question: Is believing Only Angles Are Bulletproof the only way to stop a criminal?
I have read both of these books and can only say that you are in for a treat. She has the God-given ability to pen a story that is not only a page turner but at the same time weaving the witness of the gospel into each chapter--and have you smiling at the same time. Don't miss the chance for a great read--enter by leaving me a comment below along with your contact information so that I can notify the winner. The winner will recieve a signed copy of Only Angels Are Bulletproof from Emily Ann. Contest ends December 25th.