There are so many things to love about the harvest season, from comfort foods to bonfires, pumpkins to scarecrows. There is nothing more beautiful than autumn’s turning leaves and fall fun activities with our kids! I adore everything about fall, and couldn’t wait to create a faith-filled book that celebrates all the harvest season represents.
As I told you last week, I have been dreaming of writing ebooks, but never quite finding the time to get to them. I decided it was time to throw caution to the wind and take a plunge to become a Kindle author!
I am so excited to give you a sneak peek of my first ebook, Autumn Bliss. This book is the first in a five part series to come! I am thrilled to be co-authoring this series with my friend and author, Lori Ramsey.
Lori and I have been dreaming and scheming about a Family Celebrations series for a while, and we are so excited to offer books for every season of the year. Autumn Bliss will be released the first of September 2013, and shortly after we will be releasing our Christmas Celebration Book as well.
In 2014 you can look for more Bliss Books celebrating Winter, Spring and Summer as well!
Why An Autumn Book?
Fall is the perfect time to start new routines, nest in our homes, and gather with loved ones. My desire was to create a book that gives us reason to pause and give thanks, to focus on the things that matter most. The splendor of Fall can get passed by all too soon, as our society wants to hurry us on to Christmas before we know it.
My prayer is that through inspiring ideas that are not only fun and practical, but homey and spiritual, you will be inspired to find the beauty and rest of this Harvest Season.
What will you find in Autumn Bliss?
You will find over 200 ideas including:
- Yummy Fall Recipes
- Fun Family Ideas
- Halloween Alternatives
- Scriptures and Devotions
- Tips For Creating A Fall Home
- Kids Activites and Crafts
- Thanksgiving Ideas
- And so much more!
Stay tuned for the release of Autumn Bliss on Thursday, September 12th, 2013 Exclusively on Kindle!