Every author welcomes a newspaper interview followed by an article about your book in the local paper. But your knees knock as you wait to see how you look in the photo and how your are portrayed by the reporter. I give this article 5 stars. Journalist Kathleen hit the nail on the head in capturing the real me.
Reach reporter Kathleen Alaks
at 541-474-3815 or email@example.com
1,000 thanks to Kara Ferris for getting this pix as she gave Nick Vujicic my book His Majesty in Brokenness. Can’t wait to read his book Life Without Limits, which will be released 10/26/10. And can’t wait to meet Nick myself.
Read more about Nick Vujicic and learn more about his upcoming book: Life Without Limits.
Writing my book His Majesty in Brokenness was lots of work. Now for the fun part: hearing feedback from readers. I love this Facebook note from Bonnie Phillips:
Peering into our souls can be oh, so scary, but oh, so necessary. More and more I think to myself, I expected to be further along than I am! Why? I still find it unnatural to put others before myself, I’ve yet to be thankful when the freeway’s fast lane comes to a screaming halt and I have far to go with Jesus’ command:Be anxious for nothing. Peering into my soul makes me thankful I have a Savior. He grows bigger as I grow smaller. And to think He’s not disappointed in what He sees because He sees His finished work in me.
His unconditional love gives me courage to pray Psalm 139:23-24 (TLB) Search me, O God, and know my heart; test my thoughts. Point out anything you find in me that makes you sad and lead me along the path of everlasting life.
JUDY SQUIER has authored His Majesty in Brokenness, Living in the Names of God and the Living in the Names Bible Study. Husband David and she have three adult daughters, three sons-in-law and seven grandchildren. Never did Mr. and Mrs. Squier dream that their long-awaited golden wedding anniversary would coincide with David’s memorial service. Judy resides in southern Oregon, alone, yet not alone. Thanks to the Good Shepherd!