Sunday, December 13, 2009


Well, hopefully that got your attention!innocent smileys

Bryan Davis ( one of my favorite authors ) is having a sell for his newest book, I Know Why the Angels Dance.

And get this, all of the funds that this book makes, goes to charitable causes so he is not making anything on them! Here is the description on the back of the book:

' What salve can heal the deepest of wounds when dawn breaks and the nightmare is real? What words can console a grieving father or mother when the blossom of the womb fades and falls? Images of hope, soft words that set the mind at ease, beautiful memories brought home by a beautiful story.

I Know Why the Angels Dance is a healing salve; it incites a cleansing catharsis; it serves as a holy image-maker, mending hearts and minds with glimpse of heaven's glory. It opens spiritual eyes. We are all on a collision course with the unknown. Will it a plunge into darkness or a passing from one one existence into a brighter one? Two fathers, one in the light and one in darkness, each face the reality of that passage, and both struggle to find and apply the healing balm. Yet, God uses the faith of a child to reach out to the downcast - the hand of an extraordinary girl leads them to the healing they long for. The reality of death meets the hope of the ages, and the victory comes in the visions and songs of a little girl. After reading I Know Why the Angels Dance, you will cherish life and family like never before, and the passage everyone must make will no longer be a leap into darkness. It will be a step into glory.'

I have read the book myself, and this doesn't do it justice! It really is a GREAT book!

So, why am I posting this? Well, Bryan Davis is having a little contest of a sort. The first 75 people to get 10 books sold, will receive a prize. I have a special code that will knock of two dollars of the original price (making the book only $10). So, if you would like to buy this book, enter the code below here:

Here is the code:


Thanks and Merry (late) CHRISTmas!

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