I apologize for my lack of decent blogging of late. But I’m excited, because I’ve started a new little project. It’s a seven-day devotional companion to If I Plug My Ears, God Can’t Tell Me What to Do. I’m going to make it available for free on the blog soon, and I’m hoping it will benefit anyone who needs a week to sit and think with God before they make any of those huge life decisions we talk about in Plug My Ears.
The new project is taking up all my writing brain power (and time, frankly), so I won’t be blogging quite as much the next week or two. If you miss me terribly, you can pop over to my Facebook page and keep up with all the ridiculousness and sarcasm.
For this week, I have a few things you might find to be fun:
Thing #1: A radio interview! I’ve been doing lots of radio interviews all over the country since the new book came out, and they’re often quick little chats with hosts. But last week I had the chance to be on the Debbie Chavez Show for a nice, long, forty-five minute chat. I do not promise I made any sense at all, but you can listen and decide for yourself. In fact, after the interview was over I learned that both my ministers were listening to the live broadcast and I nearly had a little fit. Who knows what I said?!
Here’s the link if you’d like to hear it for yourself: http://thedebbiechavezshow.com/2015/07/08/boldly-stepping-into-god-sized-adventures-podcast/
Thing #2: Bookmarks! I have a TON of bookmarks my publishing company has provided for marketing purposes. I need some volunteers to take these bookmarks into your local bookstore and/or library and drop them off. Are you a brave soul? Would you be willing to do this for me? I’ll mail them to you. I’ll even sweeten the deal with a free copy of Plug My Ears for the first five people who volunteer. I would also be eternally grateful for help in spreading the word around the country. Just leave me a comment below or find me on Facebook so I can email you for your address. (Please do not post your address in the comments, what with the raving lunatics who frequent the interweb.)
Thing #3: Reviews! I need to beg another favor from my loyal readers. If you’ve read and enjoyed Plug My Ears, would you be willing to go to Amazon and Goodreads and leave a review? I can’t overstate how important feedback is for a book’s success, and your help would once again be appreciated. SUPER APPRECIATED, my friends.
Once again, thank you. There’s no point in writing if no one reads it, and I’m so thankful to have you. You make all the difference and you’re wonderful.
Have a great week!