Earlier in the month, Terri Groh invited me to her blog, Hearts In Service, to guest blog and share with her readers. Today, Terri joins us here to share a review of Where's Heidi? I hope you enjoy.
Terri recently announced the release of her first book, Words of Encouragement for a Discouraged World: 52 Short, Weekly Devotionals for Today’s Woman. Congratulations Terri!
Now for Terri's review:
"Back at the beginning of the month, I told you that I would be doing a review of my friend Lisa M. Buske's book, Where's Heidi? One Sister's Journey.
This is one of those books that..."
To read the rest of her review, click on her photo to the left or copy and paste the below link.
It was an absolute pleasure to give away a copy of Where's Heidi? One Sister's Journey to kick off the Easter season and the final countdown to the book's release in April.
Our family enjoyed your comments and looked forward to checking back to the blog during the five days of the contest to read the new comments and even some of the conversations between each of you woven into your comments.
Marion shares her review with us...
"On Easter Sunday, April 3, 1994, Heidi Allen was abducted from her place of employment. In her book, WHERE'S HEIDI? author Lisa Buske shares her journey as a sister, beginning with disbelief, question why?, anger, hate, grief and pain. In an attempt to find her sister, Lisa contacted a psychic who claimed to know where Heidi was. However, she realized that it was all Satan's lie. Lisa finally found peace after a little boy introduced her to Jesus. WHERE'S HEIDI? is not only a sister's journey through tragedy, but a testimony of God's work in her heart and life. I would recommend this book, peppered with Scripture from God's Word, to anyone who has lost a loved one through tragedy."
A special thanks to Marion for sharing a review and snapshots of herself enjoying Where's Heidi? One Sister's Journey.
"This is a highly anticipated book for me. I am blessed to be part of a writers’ group with the author, Lisa Buske and was treated to glimpses of the manuscript as this incredible book took shape. That being said, my relationship with the author does not automatically grant her a positive review! But the truth is, I do love this book as much as the author!..."
To read the rest of this blog: click on the photo of Paula Davis or copy and paste this link - http://pauladavispeace.com/2013/02/21/wheres-heidi-book-review/
Today, I blog hop over to "Hearts In Service" with Terri Groh. Terri and I met a few years ago and our friendship continues to grow. A huge thank you to Terri for hosting not one, but two stops on the Where's Heidi? One Sister's Journey blog tour. Terri will be posting her review of Where's Heidi? on Thursday, February 28th. Thank you Terri!
To read more about how Terri and I met and my soon to be released, Where's Heidi? One Sister's Journey ~ hop over to Terri's blog. You can click on the photograph of Terri to the left or copy and paste the below link.
Thanks for following - Where's Heidi? One Sister's Journey releases in 52 days!!! Oh my gosh...
A special thanks to Diane Estrella for this surprise blog about my recent release, When the Waves Subside: There is Hope. A blessed surprise...
"When the Waves Subside ~~There is Hope was written as an anniversary gift for my parents in January 2013. In 1994, my only sister, Heidi M. Allen, worked alone at the local convenience store on Easter Sunday. While most people enjoyed Easter celebrations with their family and friends, my family and community searched for my missing sister. Heidi was kidnapped on the third of April and remains missing to this day..."
To read the rest of Diane's blog, click on her photo to the left or copy and paste the below link: http://dianeestrella.com/when-the-waves-subside-there-is-hope-by-lisa-m-buske/
I "borrowed this picture of Diane from her - it shows her sneaky and beautiful "let me help a friend" side! ((((Diane))))
"I have the absolute pleasure of hosting Lisa today. She shares our story of how we met, but I have to add in one little piece. From the moment I published Finding Emma I have received hundreds of emails from families who have experienced similar loss through abduction. My heart breaks every time I read the stories and get to know the families. It has been an honor to read each and every email and to get to know some wonderful people – like Lisa. It is..."
To read the rest of today's Blog Tour Stop - click on the photo of Steena at your left or copy and paste the below link:
Elaine W. Miller
Writing with Buske