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2.03.2010

Author Christine Thackeray

Christine Thackeray has created a fun new series called the Visiting Teacher Adventures. Her first book in the series, "Crayon Messages: A Visiting Teacher Adventure," is about a woman who is given the worst visiting teaching route ever and how it becomes a great blessing. You can purchase her book from the publisher, Cedar Fort, and it is also available in LDS bookstores.

OR ... Enter to win a copy FREE at Parson's Post here: http://lynndeniseparsons.blogspot.com/2010/02/value-of-unexpected-and-contest.html

After reading her first book, you'll be ready for her newest Visiting Teacher Adventure, due this summer. "Lipstick Wars" is the story of a young mother with an escaping toddler. Her son's escapades take her to the door of a reclusive artist. Together, these women make miracles happen.

Another exciting project for Christine is coming Mother's Day 2010. Look for a gift book entitled "Could You Be An Angel Today?" It's a fun story about a typical Mom who has an angel come to her asking for a day off. The woman agrees to take on the angel's responsibilities for one day. Through that experience, she realizes that anyone can be an angel -- even her!

Christine has also co-authored a book, "C. S. Lewis: Latter Day Truths in Narnia," with her sister Dr. Marianna Richardson.

To learn more about Christine's books, visit her website at www.christinethackeray.com. You can also become a follower of her blog at www.christinethackeray.blogspot.com. You may also enjoy Marsha Ward's interview of the author at http://marshaward.blogspot.com/2010/01/author-interview-christine-thackeray.html.

3 comments:

Lynn Parsons said...

Can't wait for the next Visiting Teaching Adventure! Sounds wonderful.

Anonymous said...

Just want to say what a great blog you got here!
I've been around for quite a lot of time, but finally decided to show my appreciation of your work!

Thumbs up, and keep it going!

Cheers
Christian, iwspo.net

Shelli said...

Christian, thank you so much for your visit and your comments!