Tattered and Mended Giveaway Winner Announcement!

tam-prizecollageThanks to everyone who entered to win my Tattered and Mended Reclaimed Treasures giveaway! I’m pleased to announce the winner is LuAnn Braley. LuAnn, you’ll receive an email from Litfuse Publicity Group, or you can email your mailing address to caitlin{at}litfusegroup{dot}com to claim your prize.
Even if you didn’t win, Tattered and Mended: The Art of Healing the Wounded Soul is available to purchase at every major retailer. Plus, here’s a sneak peek at my next project.
Two projects, actually!
Mornings With Jesus 2016I’ve written devotions for the Guideposts’ Mornings With Jesus 365-Day Devotional collection for 2014, 2015, and again for 2016. This year, for the first time, the Mornings With Jesus devotional will be available in your local bookstore too, as well as through the Guideposts online shop.
We’re so excited about having this new outlet for that bestselling devotional. The 2016 edition releases in mid- to late-September. As I often say, “I’ll meet you in the pages!”
An Endless Christmas novella for websiteAnd in October, An Endless Christmas hardcover novella (perfect for gift-giving) releases from Worthy Inspired. I can’t wait for you to get this story in your hands…and heart. Close to its release time, I’ll tell you some of the reasons this particular story hits so close to home for me.
So please watch for both of these upcoming titles. And thank you again to those of you who entered the Tattered and Mended giveaway.
You readers and friends remain a constant source of joy!
Congratulations again, LuAnn Braley!

Tattered and Mended: New Release and Giveaway

It’s release day! After living in my heart for so long, the book Tattered and Mended: The Art of Healing the Wounded Soul is now released to the public!

As part of the celebration, Abingdon Press and Litfuse Publicity have created a wonderful giveaway. Each item speaks to the heart of the book–reclaiming something beautiful from the broken and shattered. The aquamarine bracelet is made from broken guitar strings. The deep blue bracelet is made from broken china recreated. There’s more.

Reviewers often comment about the value of the hope-giving perspective. One reviewer said: “TATTERED AND MENDED needs to be in every church library, counselor’s library, public library, pastor’s office, and Christian home, so the words can reach out to hurting people and help them start to mend.”

Do you have your copy already? If so, what was your favorite quote from the book?

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