Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Drum roll please...


After years of waiting for a new release, and months of me knowing about this and not being able to tell everyone, at last I can share with you...

A title!
A cover!
A release month!

I am so, so excited for this book and cannot wait for it to be available. It was a blast to write and such a fun story!

September, here we come!

5 comments:

Terry W. Ervin II said...

Cool news! Sharp cover. :)

Agneta and David said...

:-)

Liz said...

Loved hearing your lecture yesterday! My daughter and I were inspired. Thank you for taking the time to come and share. I wanted to ask you how you get in the "housekeeping" of life as a mom (home and financial management, etc.) when you work during the day? I'd love your perspective! How do you deal with the emotional side of not always keeping up with all the demands? Thanks again for the writing that you do and sharing your gift with us.

Sarah M Eden said...

Liz, I imagine my approach is similar to most super busy moms: I schedule time for it. I spend an hour every morning cleaning the house, and the kids, my husband, and I spend time each evening cleaning again. Every Monday is my errands & paperwork day, when I get groceries, go to the post office, balance the budget, etc., etc., etc. Having a schedule is my life saver.

Having said that, life happens. Things don't always get done when I expect them to. Demands don't always fit into my pre-conceived ideas of when and how they ought to be met. So I have learned to cut myself a little slack. And I make certain to give myself some down time now and then, so I can breathe and recenter.

I think we all just do our best. In the end, that's all we can expect of ourselves.

Kathleen Reynolds said...

Sarah, I just have to tell you how much I appreciate your books. I have all that I am aware of and have read each multiple times. I find them funny, uplifting and relaxing. After a troubling day they are great respit.

Not only are you an excellent author but I know you are enduring arthritis. Not easy. Knowing you are still creating is good news. I must also say that I have two favorites for different reasons: "Courting Miss Lancaster" made me laugh so hard. I have given at least three copies away! The "Longing for Home" books are so poignant. They touch my very soul. Thank you for all you delightful books. Kathy Reynold's

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