As an author and speaker I continue to be blessed, encouraged, and uplifted through the kindness of strangers. Most of the things that mean the most to me have no price tag. It's the little things in life that have the power to transform your life. The trick is slowing down to appreciate them.
You might think to send a card to my post office box isn't too important yet when I check my mail, it is a joyous occasion and I can barely wait to open the letter or card to start reading. Each time, the words written within bring tears to my eyes to hear how God used something I said or wrote to encourage someone else. Little do they know that because they took time to tell me, they encouraged me.
Emails, private messages on Facebook, posts to my Facebook page, a share on Twitter, or a hashtag (#WheresHeidi?, #WhenWavesSubside, #Hope4Heidi) included....are more little things that motivate me to keep moving forward when things aren't looking or going the way I thought they would or should.
Amazon started a new option for readers purchasing books. It's the authors choice to participate, and this author, said "Oh yeah! Bring it on!" Now available through Amazon.com, when you purchase the print copy of my book ~ you can download the Kindle version for only $.99!! Isn't that cool? I'm so excited. There are many who have downloaded my books on the "FREE" days (another choice of the author) but when I heard of Amazon's "Kindle Matchbook" -- I knew this was something I wanted to do.
You might already have all three of my books or you may be waiting for a better deal. Wait no longer! If you already have a print copy but want to download a copy to your Kindle, then purchase the print copy as a gift for a friend or family member needing to know there is hope and healing through a relationship with Jesus. You not only have one Christmas or Birthday gift crossed off the list, you now have either of my books available at your finger tips via your Kindle. How cool is that?
Happy reading! Enjoy the beautiful new day God gifted you...I know I wi
Why is it called T.O.P.'s Tuesday? Great question! Heidi played volleyball for the Bishop Cunningham Jr./Sr. High School until it closed in 1992. On February 14th, 1992 the Palladium Times (an Oswego, New York newspaper) named my sister, Heidi M. Allen athlete of the week. This was exciting and we were all proud of her but it was the name they gave her that stirred the most attention, "Tower of Power".
Each Tuesday we will remember Heidi, Bishop Cunningham's "Tower of Power" (T.O.P.) as we move forward in this publishing, speaking, and sharing journey. God is the ultimate Tower of Power for us all but Heidi was her friend's T.O.P. on the court. In honor of Heidi - It's T.O.P.'s Tuesday's
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Lisa M Buske
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