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Bloggers: join the REST blog tour

Rest: Living in Sabbath Simplicity will release in just about eight weeks, and we’re gearing up to get the word out about this book. If you are a reader who received a pre-publication copy, hopefully you’re reading it, and will post a review on www.barnesandnoble.com or www.christianbook.com. To see some of the reviews that have already been written, click here.

If you have a blog, I’d love to have you be part of my blog tour, which is a series of “interviews” or reviews on blogs, all within a month.  The REST blog tour will run Jan. 2 through Feb. 2.  Just leave a comment on this post below (or e-mail me) and we’ll set it up.

4 Comments

  1. I do have a blog right now…it’s been a great place for me to begin the habit of writing regularly (aside from my journals), and has had the unexpected benefit of helping me become more focused on the positive side of life. (After all, when you’re constantly looking for uplifting experiences and photos to share on your blog, you’re unconsciously building a new habit, aren’t you?)

    And I just received my copy of “Rest” yesterday and have already begun devouring it! But as much as I’d love to be added to the blog tour, I’m feeling called to move forward in a new direction in my writing, leaving the blog behind. So by the time your blog tour starts in January, my blog will be a thing of the past. I do look forward to reading everyone else’s interviews!

    I hope you have a lovely holiday. And I hope that I have time to read some more “Rest” today!

  2. Count me in!

    Haven’t started reading yet (though I do have my copy). I’m almost done with Breathe. I’m looking forward to reading Rest!

  3. Received my copy a few weeks ago – but the last month has been a maze of hours at the hospital, doctors, tough decisions … ending with the loss of my dear sister. I’m happy she’s dancing in Heaven now – as she lived her whole life with physical disabilities and the past few years with severe pain. I’m learning to live with her loss and I look forward to reading Rest soon. It sounds like a peaceful book for this time,
    Janet

  4. Janet, just wanted to express my sympathy for the loss of your sister. I’m so sorry. I’m sure you are relieved that she’s no longer in pain, but still miss her terribly.
    I think you’ll enjoy Rest. You’re in my prayers.
    Keri

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