I’m Not Good at This but Still Eager to Share

So, it’s that special time of year when we look forward to celebrating the incarnation…God in the flesh…the reason for hope. And what an incomparable gift this is. Hope is everything. To celebrate, we like to give gifts. Given that reality, I want to let you know about some books you may wish to consider. I really don’t like marketing (AT ALL), but I also realize there is no way to let people know about my books without… letting people know about my books. Even so, this is my least favorite thing to do that is associated with writing. Most of you know I write, but I  continually meet people who don’t know. I do want to thank my readers, from the bottom of my heart, for your encouragement. Writing feels very vulnerable, so I am deeply grateful for your kind words and also your kind reviews. Authors deeply appreciate these.

Most of my books are available on Amazon.com at  https://www.amazon.com/s?k=Jeanie+Shaw&crid=1X8AOV8HFGLRZ&sprefix=jeanie+shaw+%2Caps%2C88&ref=nb_sb_noss_2

My latest release, What Now God, Finding God in Transitions is not yet on Amazon but is available from the publisher at https://www.ipibooks.com/products/what-now-god-finding-god-in-transitions

If you are going through any transitions, I think this book will encourage you.

Many of my books are also available at Illumination Publishers, which is my preferred site for ordering…but either site works.

I offer several genres of books. As you can see on the back row of the photo, I have 3 children’s books. These have been “kid-reviewed-and-approved” and teach valuable lessons while bringing smiles.

I also have several devotional books such as Jacob’s Journey, My Morning Cup, There’s a Turkey at Your Door, When the Chicken Hits the Fan, and Every Day is a New Chance. My newest devotional book is my favorite, entitled, Wednesdays With Wyndham: Godly Wisdom for Everyday Life. 

Spiritual Growth books include An Aging Grace, Spiritual Leadership for Women, The Sacred Journey: Finding God in Caregiving, and the new release on transitions mentioned above.

The View From Paul’s Window: Paul’s Teachings on Women is a biblical studies book.

I pray that these books will be encouraging and helpful.

Also…just to share something about my books that’s meaningful to me. Next Wednesday would be Wyndham and my 48th anniversary. On our 40th anniversary, he thoughtfully gave me a special bracelet with charms representing each of my books. My kids have continued this tradition since he has been gone.

If you are the type who likes a contest: Try to match the charms with the books (clockwise starting with the “40” which stood for the anniversary). I will send the winner a free book of your choice. I realize the positioning of the charms makes this difficult. (This challenge reminds me of biology classes of days gone by where we had to identify dissected parts of things. I don’t know why it reminds me of that…strange.) Anyway, I will get back to more normal blogs soon. Have a wonderful holiday. I hope you get some time to relax and to read. 🙂

 

2 thoughts on “I’m Not Good at This but Still Eager to Share

  1. Jeanie
    Happy Anniversary. I wish we were all celebrating together as in days gone by. But I love the ways you have transitioned so bravely and so gracefully. And can’t wait to read about all you have learned. Have a wonderful Christmas with your family.
    Love, Kitty

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