Sunday, April 29, 2007

BOM and WIPs


Thanks for your suggestions on the Book-of-the-Month. I think we'll do "Unspoken" next, since Kay was the first to suggest it and it hasn't been done before.

We have done some of the others suggested, so if you missed a book, here's a recap. You can find any you missed over in the archives. (I can't believe how long we've been doing this!)

March 06--A Time to Mend
April 06--Magdalene
May 06--The Canopy
June 06--Uncharted
July 06--The Immortal
August 06--The Novelist
September 06--Keepers of the Ring series
October 06--The Proposal
November 06--The Awakening
December 06--The Nativity Story
January 07--picture books
February 07--The Justice
March 07--The Pearl
April 07--The Heirs of Cahira O'Connor
May 07--Unspoken
June 07--The Debt

July 07--The Elevator


And why I went to Mississippi--i
f you follow football, you're probably familiar with Brett Favre of the Green Bay Packers. I went to Mississippi to meet with his lovely wife, Deanna. I'll be writing her story about breast cancer for Tyndale House. It'll be a rush job, because we want the book to release in time for October and National Breast Cancer Awareness month. All royalties from the project will go to Deanna's Hope Foundation, which helps uninsured or under-insured breast cancer patients. (The photo is Brett and Deanna with Laura Bush.)

So--please pray that this project touches hearts and lives! It's a really moving story.

~~Angie

5 comments:

Carrie K. said...

What an exciting project! I'm glad you're doing it - you'll do a great job telling her story.

jan said...

i am so glad that you are writing this story! and, thank you for your
part in helping the underinsured and uninsured breast cancer patients!

Kay said...

What a great opportunity for you and Deanna to help other women! Because my husband owns his own business and we have bad medical histories, we are all uninsured right now. So I appreciate what you are doing.
And thank you for doing Unspoken! I am excited to read about it. Also, I will have to dig into those archives!

Christy Lockstein said...

Living just a half hour north of Green Bay, I'm thrilled to hear that you are working with Deanna on the book! She has given back tirelessly to this area and is always giving talks about her battle with cancer. We love the Favres up here. If you make it up here, make sure you put a note on the blog, I'd love to see you!

Anonymous said...

Many thanks also for the listing on already-written BOMs. I had missed some of them, so it was fun to travel down this info highway of the past. Clyde