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Psalm 103:2-3

Psalm 103:2-3 Dear Lord, Thank you, Lord, for all you’ve done for me. Don’t let me forget that you are always blessing me whether I notice it or not. Thank you for forgiving my sins, and thank you for healing me. I trust you and love you, Lord. Amen 詩篇103:2-3 親愛なる主よ、 主よ、あなたが私のためにしてくださったすべてのことに感謝します。私が気づこうが気づくまいが、あなたはいつも私を祝福してくださっていることを、私に忘れさせないでください。私の罪を赦し、癒してくださってありがとうございます。主よ、あなたを信じ、あなたを愛します。 アーメン

Excerpt - ABIGAIL by Jill Eileen Smith

Abigail by Jill Eileen Smith What price must she pay for true love? Her days marked by turmoil and faded dreams, Abigail has resigned herself to a life with a man she does not love. But when circumstances offer her a second chance at happiness with the handsome David, she takes a leap of faith to join his wandering tribe. Still, her struggles are far from over. How can she share his love with the other women he insists on marrying? Abigail follows the bestselling Michal and continues Jill Eileen Smith's rich story of David's wives. "With skill honed by years of historical research, made sharper still with a gifted passion for storytelling, Jill Eileen Smith crafts the story of Abigail in a way that takes us deep into the heart of King David and into the heart of a woman determined to follow God's will, no matter the cost to her—or to the man she loves."—Tamera Alexander, bestselling author of From a Distance and The Inheritance "Smith's writ

New titles added to Street Team book giveaway list!

Captain's Log, Stardate 07.29.2010 I've added a bunch of titles to the list of books I'm giving away to my Street Team members ! For every 80 bookmarks a Street Team member gives away, you get to pick TWO FREE BOOKS from the list below! (And please don't be throwing my bookmarks away or leaving the stack of them in a place where a janitor will toss them all at the end of the day. That's not cool.) There's lots more prizes, too, if you're on my Street Team newsletter YahooGroup ! (It's an announcement-only YahooGroup, so there won't be a ton of emails in your Inbox.) Click here to find out more about my Street Team. Update: Some books were chosen by Street Team members as their two free books, so click here for the updated list of Street Team giveaway books! Subscribe to Camys_StreetTeam Powered by us.groups.yahoo.com

My new cover and new bookmark!

I'm over at Girls, God and the Good Life blog with pics of my new romantic suspense, Formula for Danger , which is out in September! I've also posted pics of my new bookmark, which I just got today! Click here to see!

Excerpt - STARS IN THE NIGHT by Cara Putman

Stars In The Night Summerside Press (July 1, 2010) by Cara Putman ABOUT THE AUTHOR: A Word From Cara: I graduated from high school at sixteen, college at 20, and completed my law degree when I was 27. My writing journey started in 2005 when I decided to write my first novel. Now I have eleven books published with more on the way. People say I've accomplished a lot and that I must have life by the proverbial tail. Hardly! I grew up as a home schooled kid when home schoolers were misunderstood and oddities. I struggle with balancing my writing and law career, plus being a good mom and wife. I often fear people won't like my books. I've walked through the deep pain of miscarriage. Really, I'm just like you – I don't have it all together and have gone through tough times. But in His strength, I've discovered a strength I never knew I had. A strength I want you to discover, too. In the end I'm just an ordinary mom who has seen God do so

Street Team book list Excerpt - MISSING MAX by Karen Young

Here's another title added to my Street Team book list! Want this book? Join my Street Team and for every 80 bookmarks you give away, pick two free books from my ginormous Street Team book list ! Missing Max by Karen Young When baby Max is kidnapped during Mardi Gras, Jane and Kyle Madison’s life falls apart. What their daughter, Melanie, does next is unthinkable. Max vanished into thin air while in the care of his teenage sister, Melanie. Six months later, the family is a shadow of its former self: Melanie blames herself and is acting out and rebellious; Jane is obsessed with finding Max; and Kyle, a lawyer, struggles to cope with his own grief—and a persistent suspicion that one of his cases is connected to Max’s disappearance. With her family in turmoil and her marriage on the rocks, Jane thinks things can’t get any worse. Then when an affair and an unexpected pregnancy threaten to tear the Madisons’ lives apart, an anonymous caller leads to a break in the case. Can

I'm training for a marathon!

Captain's Log, Stardate 07.14.2010 This should not come as a surprise to you guys since I already blogged about how the Jeff Galloway Run-Walk method has enabled me to run injury-free and has also made me looooooove running ! I had mentioned the Disneyworld marathon in passing (only half-seriously) but then here's what happened. My parents wanted us to visit them in Hawaii for Thanksgiving, but tickets are something like $700 round trip PER PERSON (for Christmas, it's up to $900 round trip per person). Grandma offered to give us airline miles for one ticket, but we'd still have to come up with one ticket and Captain Caffeine had to take off work. I blogged earlier about talking with my Dad about the Jeff Galloway method , since Dad has been running since I was in middle school, and he was pretty excited to hear about me running, too. The next time I called home, the first thing Dad said was that I should run the Honolulu Marathon since it’s in early December

This week’s Street Team Challenge

Captain's Log, Stardate 07.13.2010 For all you wonderful folks on my Street Team , here’s a special challenge for you this week! The first TWO people who email me a picture of a person they gave my bookmark(s) to get one of two pretty Japanese fan magnets: I got them from this cute shop in San Jose Japantown whose name I can’t remember anymore. LOL Actually, you can thank my mom for them because I was going to buy them but she insisted on buying them for me. So, thanks Mom! My email is camy {at} camy tang {dot} com. Also, if you give my bookmarks to your children or spouse and send me a picture, IT DOESN’T COUNT unless your kids and/or spouse are no longer living with you. Have you joined my Street Team yet? If not, what are you waiting for? I’ll be giving Street Team Challenges every week or every other week for the rest of the year, so don’t miss out! Subscribe to Camys_StreetTeam Powered by us.groups.yahoo.com

2010 St. Louis - ICRS

Captain's Log, Stardate 07.12.2010 If you're on Facebook, you'll see I posted pictures from ICRS, but in case you haven't see them yet, check them out on my Scrapbook ! (I put them on my scrapbook in case blog viewers have a hard time viewing webpages with lots of pictures.)

Thanks from Alison Strobel

Hey there! I just wanted to say thanks to my fine blog hostess and to her readers. I have been really excited to see how many people are thinking of picking up the book because of the reviews they read during the blog tour. And thank you to everyone who entered the contest! I'll be drawing a winner on July 18 and posting it on my blog. If you haven't stopped by my blog or website yet, I hope you'll pop over sometime and say hi in the comments or on the guest book. Also, if you're interested in hearing about my next releases and any other exciting news that happens to come up, please sign up to receive my announcements--the sign-up is on my website. I have another novel coming out in September, two more next year, and two children's books that my husband and I wrote (the first of which comes out August 1), so there will be plenty of news coming, and I try to host contests now and then on my blog, too. Thanks again! And if you do decide to pick up The Weight of Shad

Excerpt - Cowboy for a Rainy Afternoon by Stephen Bly

An excerpt from  COWBOY FOR A RAINY AFTERNOON By Stephen Bly Summary: A 10-year-old boy with red straw cowboy hat, cap gun, and silver-painted wooden bullets. Six story-telling, cribbage playing old cowboys. A ’49 Plymouth with open trunk. A damsel in distress. All the fixings for a summer’s day adventure at the Matador Hotel in 1954 Albuquerque. Maybe you weren’t born 100 years too late! CHAPTER 1 The Matador Hotel died on July 5 th , 1965, but they didn’t bother burying it until last fall. New Mexico heat blanketed Albuquerque that July like too many covers in a stuffy cabin.  The kind of day that you sweat from the inside out and feel sticky dirt in places that you don’t ponder much except in the shower.  I reckon that four-bladed overhead fan that squeaked like an unfed cat failed to console Shorty McGuire.     Doc Boyce said he passed on durin’ the night, but no one discerned it until they observed the empty back table at the Round-Up Café.  For the last ni

Street Team book list Excerpt - WILDFLOWER BRIDE by Mary Connealy

Here's another title added to my Street Team book list! Want this book? Join my Street Team and for every 80 bookmarks you give away, pick two free books from my ginormous Street Team book list ! Wildflower Bride by Mary Connealy Welcome to the wilds of Montana, where humor, romance, and suspense ride the range. Glowing Sun, a white woman raised by the Flathead tribe, has vague memories of her former life, including a name—Abby Lind. When she’s forced to sever all links with her adopted family, Abby wonders if she’ll ever find a home again. Tenderhearted Wade Sawyer, responsible for Abby’s survival during the village massacre, convinces the knife-wielding woman to return with him to the Sawyer Ranch, never realizing danger lurks behind every corner. Can they survive long enough to fall in love? Excerpt of chapter one: Chapter 1 Montana Territory, 1877 Gunfire jerked Wade Sawyer awake. His feet hit the floor before he made a conscious decision to move. Grabbi