Welcome to the Blog Blitz for The Mosaic Collection, hosted by JustRead Publicity Tours!
ABOUT THE COLLECTION
For His glory...
The Mosaic Collection is an international community of women authors who use faith-based fiction to touch hearts with the good news that Christ's finished work on the cross has made us one family, and to nurture affection for the people God has placed within our circles of influence, so that the grace and glory of God may become visible and personal to everyone we meet.
We are sisters, a beautiful mosaic united by the love of God through the blood of Christ. We have experienced the redemptive, restorative power of God's grace in our marriages and families, and we believe our God is able to heal, restore and redeem our brokenness. His love fills us with the courage to persevere, and to offer others a Christ-like compassion that is full of His wisdom and grace.
Visit the Mosaic Collection Website to stay posted on each new release & follow the collection blog for meaningful posts from the authors!
ABOUT THE AUTHORFan favorite Lorna Seilstad writes multi-layered stories which contain a generous dash of humor. She is the author of the Lake Manawa Summers series and Gregory Sisters series (Revell) and has stories included several novella collections. She was a Carol Award finalist in historical romance, but today writes both historical and contemporary stories. When she’s not eating chocolate, she enjoys doing flowers for weddings, teaching Bible classes, researching history, baking cookies, and working with her 4-H club. She and her husband live in Iowa with their three adult children living nearby.
CONNECT WITH LORNA: Website | Facebook | Twitter
Cornerstone message from the collection:
God loves you more in this moment than anyone could in a lifetime.
FUN FACTSFavorite place to read: In bed
Favorite book character from childhood: Babar
Favorite movie: Chocolat
Favorite quote or Bible verse: Romans 8:38-39
Favorite splurge/treat: Haagen-Dazs Chocolate Ice Cream
Favorite character you’ve created: Tessa Gregory
Last 3 great books you read: The Prisoner in the Castle by Susan Ella MacNeal, The American Agent: A Maisie Dobbs Novel by Jacqueline Winspear, and A Bound Heart by Laura Frantz
Dream vacation: Bible lands tour
Hidden talent/little-known fact: I almost always know the time without looking at a watch or clock--even in the middle of the night.
Plotter or pantser: I’m sort of a hybrid. I make a plot skeleton and then fill in the flesh as I go.
In no particular order, ten of your favorite things (i.e. hot cocoa, a warm breeze, the sound of my kids’ laughter, etc.): Oreos, listening to recorded books, the smell of the air after it rains, singing in church, Ghiradelli’s double hot chocolate, tuberous begonias, working with kids and watching them grow, the crunch of leaves in the autumn, baking, dimples
(1) winner will receive a $50 Amazon eGift Card & an ebook prize pack*!
- Where She Belongs
- Pieces of Granite
- Christmas on a Mission
- Other Side of the River
- The Third Grace
- Carolina Grace
- The Benefit Package (a devotional)
- Dance of Grace
- When Love Calls
Full tour schedule linked below. Giveaway will begin at midnight July 10, 2019 and last through 11:59 PM EST on July 24, 2019. Winner will be notified within 2 weeks of close of the giveaway and given 48 hours to respond or risk forfeiture of prize. Open internationally, but international winner will receive a gift card only *(may be substituted for a Book Depository gift card if winner cannot accept from US Amazon)
Giveaway is subject to the policies found here.
See tour landing page for a complete list of authors & book release dates.
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Thank you for allowing me to be your spotlight author today! BTW, I love the old piano pic at the top.ReplyDelete
It was an honor, Lorna! So glad you're part of this collection. I've enjoyed your books in the past and look forward to more good reading from you.Delete
That old piano picture ... I've been a church pianist for over 50 years, and while I enjoy the "new" music, I'll always treasure our hymn heritage. That picture reminds me of so many beloved hymns that are rarely sung today.