About Author:Tessa Afshar is an award-winning author of historical and biblical fiction. Her novel Land of Silence was voted by Library Journal as one of top five Christian fiction titles of 2016 and won the INSPY Award for General Fiction. Harvest of Gold won the prestigious 2014 Christy Award in the Historical Romance category.Her book Harvest of Rubies was a finalist for the 2013 ECPA Book Award in the fiction category. In 2011, after publishing her first novel, Pearl in the Sand, Tessa was…See More
"I may be different but I always read the entire book even if I don’t like it. I believe I will find something good in each book and I know how hard authors work. If I don’t like it when I finish I will write a review and find something…"
"My favorite childhood memory is spending summers at my granddads farm. He would tell me wonderful stories about how he traveled by covered wagon to homestead his land. I would spend hours listening to the good old days where he worked from sunup to…"
"I would love to go to the 1800s. I have always been fascinated by the homesteads, simple life and strong family values. I would love to be a teacher and enjoy watching the children learn to read and appreciate great stories. "
"I just lost my brother three weeks ago. The grieving process for me is slow. I’m still in the denial stage. I can’t grasp that he is gone. I was his full time care taker and I’m blessed we were able to spend time together . Towards…"
"I always had a pet growing up. My mom had a cat and I had this special dog that I got for babysitting. He was my best friend, Everytime my dad tried to hit me, the dog would try to bite him. Eedkess to say, one day one I came home from school…"
"My childhood nick name was a Dino. My brothers called me that after the cartoon character from The Flintstones . They would walk around saying Dino the Dinosaur all the time. No, I didn’t like the nick name but they found it amusing."
"2. I have actually had to deal with a rebellious child when I was a teacher’s aide. He was difficult, verbally abusive and no teacher wanted to deal with him. I knew that this child must be hurting deep down, so I just showed him that I cared…"
"3. I love reading about different time periods. The authors are able to take readers back in time and make us feel as though we are there. I love the historical facts in the story and learning about what they wore and the rules that had to be…"
January 29, 2019 at 8am to February 4, 2019 at 5pm
Carol James visits my blog from Tuesday, January 29 - Monday, February 4, to talk about her new book, The Waiting. Loss jars Katherine’s faith while Sam, a wealthy soccer player, searches for meaning in his life. To find a future together they have to turn their hearts to God, let go of fears and find forgiveness and trust. Carol will give away an e-Book. To enter to win stop by my blog at https://gailpallotta.blogspot.comSee More
Here is the Audible code 44C94G86KLS5X for Jungle Sunrise. I hope you enjoy our book as much as I did. Please feel free to contact me any with any questions. My office email is Staff@NordskogPublishing.com
Deanna, I'll be sending out the Kindle copies on Sunday. The book goes on a Kindle Countdown that morning (while I'm at church). Please let anyone interested know that it will be 99 cents for 3 days. Thanks heaps!