Ahem. Because the Fairlawn series is getting an overhaul with new covers, etc., the publisher decided to postpone the release of SAWR by a few days in order to get the new copies of Doesn't She Look Natural? in circulation.
I planned a day of working at home yesterday so that I could enjoy in peace this wonderful book. As it turned out, yesterday was the first day above 70 in Chicago land in six months. I sat outside on my patio and cried like a baby as ******.
I am so excited about this book. I believe readers will find such hope and heart. While I am sad that *** didn’t ******, the reality is that many believers have to ***** with the **** that ***** had.
So, just wanted you to know that I’m just too proud that SIABP is a Tyndale book.
Angie here again: I know I'll have to make a few revisions--I always do--but I'm relieved that the last book seems to bring the saga to a successful close. And I'm sorry, but the asterisks are necessary to keep from spoiling the plot. :-)
So--Linda--have faith! The books are in the pipeline and on their way!