Monday, July 1, 2013

New Book! Get a Taste of The Feast: UPDATE!

Life...You never know quite what's going to happen next.
I had every intention of having my new book out September 1, but it's going to be a bit longer. My goal is to have it out by the end of the month. Although the interior is finished, we're having a bit of trouble getting the cover just right. You wouldn't think a pink cupcake cover would be that difficult, but...

So what do you think? I now have a cover.

Official release date: September 30!

The Feast is a companion book to Conquering Your Goliaths: A Parable of the Five Stones, and offers you, the reader, an opportunity to learn more about Ms. Virginia Bean and her new Goliath.

What is this new Goliath? you ask.

Well, it has something to do with a ring, a pink cupcake and God.

Here's a snippet of what you'll find at the beginning of Virginia's story:

"Her marriage with Richard was over. This was something Virginia knew for sure. She also knew she must have imagined the stones' supreme power and her awakening with God.

As she sat on the couch that still sported a hole large enough for a rock to pass through, she smiled at it sadly, touched the worn fibers of the cloth filling it's gap and thought of Richard and how much she missed him. She thought of her life, alone again, without a husband, without a child.

They'd been married five years and during that time Virginia had used the stones and what they represented in her life with Richard. He'd agreed that they held a power, and they'd displayed them on the mantel for all to see.
Except the stones hadn't given them a child, and after three years of relentless doctor visits, tests and more tests, Virginia was tired of it all and Richard was gone."
In case you haven't read book one of "Conquering Your Goliaths," here is a short preface to help you along:

"In Conquering Your Goliaths: A Parable of the Five Stones, Ms. Virginia Bean meets God and through the five stones: Listening, Trust, Optimism, Tenacity and Constancy, she learns a few things. About herself. About her relationship with God. About her relationship with others.

Listening teaches Virginia how to keep still long enough to listen to God.
She Learns to trust in God always, even if she doesn't agree.
Optimism keeps her thinking positive no matter what she faces.
And tenacity plays a big factor in moving her forward despite the obstacles.
Constancy, well, let's just say that it teaches her the importance of walking with God always. In good times and in bad.
Consider that even in the best of circumstances and the most difficult of trials, a person has a way of drifting away from the source of all happiness.
Like now, for example."

Intrigued? I would love to hear your thoughts.

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