I have joined an online Christian Fiction Book Club and I know a few of you might be interested in learning more about it.Â I read my first book Crossing Oceans by Gina Holmes, and posted about it on my book blog, Book’em Quilly.Â The book was awesome, by all means check it out.
If you are interested in learning more about the online Christian Fiction Book Club, it was created by Joy from Edgy Inspirational Romance but it travels monthly.Â February’s host is Renee Ann.Â You can learn more about joining the club by visiting her February Free For All post.Â January’s hostess was Lydia from The Overweight Bookshelf.Â You’ll enjoy paying her a visit, too.
I had a great time visiting with the ladies of the Christian Fiction Book Club.Â They are warm, welcoming and Christ-centered every one.Â I highly recommend them to those of my friends who enjoy reading Christian fiction.Â Read their blogs; join the club; come worship God through book reviews!
I spent the day cleaning up loose ends, tidying up my calendar and prioritizing tasks.Â In the process of doing that I went through the tower of stuff on my desk I found books that should have been mailed to Beth and Amanda.
Beth — I will get your book in the mail toot-sweet.Â My apologies!
Amanda — I’ll send your book and your birthday stuff (you can decide whether it pertains to the birthday past or the one upcoming) when I send Ella to your momma.Â (For the curious, her momma is Tilden.)
Also, I found my two copies of Katy’s Debate and couldn’t figure out why no one signed up to win the giveaway copy.Â That’s when I checked and discovered that my auto-post failed and I never even noticed it!Â The post will go up right after this one.
And next in the pile is, Motorcycles, Sushi, & One Strange Book, and as I am trying to figure out where it should be, I realize I never drew the winning names to give it away!Â I just did that and — better late than never — am pleased to tell commenter #2, Melli, that she is the winner of a super fun-to-read book!
So I obviously need to put in an appearance at the post office tomorrow.Â I will be more responsible in future.Â Well, at least through mid-August.Â I have my calendar mapped out until then.