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Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Ann Knowles book


Leave a comment on THIS post by 6 p.m. CT Tuesday, August 16, 2015 to be entered in the DRAWING for your choice of a paperback or eBook copy of the book below. If you mention in your comment that you’re a follower (see in the left sidebar “Join This Site” and “Follow by Email”), I'll add your name a second time in the drawing. U.S. mailing address required to receive a paper book. Read book giveaway details at Disclaimers. To provide you security, please leave your email address like this: johnATyahooDOTcom. Winner announced in next Thursday's blog post.

The Extraordinary Presence of God:
True Stories of Faith and Courage in Ordinary Lives
by Ann Knowles

Ann Knowles is a freelance writer, editor, and speaker. She has published articles and devotionals in national, regional, and local magazines and newspapers, and online. Her background includes an M.A. in Education, and seminary courses in religious journalism, Biblical Counseling, and missions. Being a pastor’s wife has given her a heart for ministry and a love for missionaries. Helping new writers polish their work and get it published is her delight. She is passionate about writing for “Christ to the World Ministries” because she can be a missionary through her radio dramas that are heard in 32 language, often in places where missionaries cannot go.

If you could have dinner with one person from today or history (except Jesus) who would it be? Why?
I’d want to have dinner with my daddy. He died before he knew my children and I’d love to tell him about his grandchildren and how he has influenced their lives even though they never knew him personally. He’d be thrilled to hear I had published a book.

What fun or unique things can you tell us about yourself?
A piece of my heart resides in Texas. I’ve lived in Berlin, Germany and traveled in Germany, France, Spain, and Turkey. I studied Spanish in Mexico and went on a Mission trip to Brazil. My unfilled dream is to play the piano.

What is your favorite Bible verse?
Trust in the LORD with all your heart, And lean not on your own understanding; In all your ways acknowledge Him, And He shall direct your paths. (Prov. 3:5,6 NKJV)

What can readers who enjoy your book do to help make it successful?
They can friend me on Facebook and twitter, follow my blogs, tweet about the book, host me on their blog. Enter contests where my book is featured and win a chance to get a free book.

Please tell us a little about your book, The Extraordinary Presence of God: True Stories of Faith and Courage in Ordinary Lives
The Extraordinary Presence of God: True Stories of Faith
and Courage in Ordinary Lives grew out of inspiration from three miracles in my extended family.

The stories in the book are about people from all walks of life who will encourage and inspire those who are seeking a closer walk with God or who are going through trials of their own.

The writers share how God has worked in their lives to direct, protect, heal, and even preserve life. All have experienced the extraordinary presence of God in their lives in the midst of challenging circumstances.

Where can readers find you online?
Christ to the World Ministries
Personal Blog
Life to the Fullest blog


Where can readers purchase The Extraordinary Presence of God: True Stories of Faith and Courage in Ordinary Lives?

Any parting comment?
Thank you for hosting me on your blog, Jo. I have enjoyed chatting with you and answering your questions.

Please leave a question you’d like readers to answer.
Have you ever experienced a miracle in your life? Or witnessed one in the life of someone close to you? Tell us about it in a few sentences.

Thank you, Ann, for visiting with my readers and me. One of the commenters will win their choice of an eBook or paperback copy of your book, which you’ve offered.


My newest release is Book 2 in the West Virginia Mountains Series and available at Amazon. Trust Me is out in Kindle eBook, and paperback will follow soon. Here's the cover and a bit about the book:

West Virginia, 1960 
A mine owner. An elegant lady. 
Seductive voices that scoff at trust.

Loreen Fletcher has suffered heartbreak. She resolves never to trust a man again. She has earned a respected position with no help from anyone, especially not from a man. At thirty-six, Loreen knows loving brings inevitable misery, and she won’t pick at that scab again. 

Claude Capshaw’s life has taken another detour. Things that drove him no longer motivate him. Nothing fulfills him anymore—except that elegant lady at West Virginia University. Why won’t Loreen trust him when he tells her he’ll never betray her?

Till next time … keep on smiling. 

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