A few days ago I posted the fact that several local St. Clair Publications authors were having September book signings, but was unsure as to when Tammy’s was. Then I posted the details of mine on the 3rd, the day following Labor Day.
Well, it turns out that Tammy’s is at the same time as mine! Tammy’s moving true story, A Teacher’s Prayer, has touched and inspired many young people. It relates the crushing story of her youth after the death of her father, including abuse by those who should have been steering her in the right direction. She ended up in a children’s home. Then it tells of how one of her teachers, unbeknownst to her, never gave up on her, and prayed for her well-being for years. Consequently, she was able to rise above her abusive past and begin a life of positive affirmation, a loving marriage and obtain a college degree and give birth to two fine children.
Now she is telling her story in schools, women’s groups, children’s homes and churches. She has been featured in a number of newspapers and on television. She has also developed and published a supplemental guide and leader’s edition for small groups to study her book.
Next Tuesday, September 3, she will be at a mid-day women’s luncheon at First Presbyterian Church in Tullahoma, Tennessee, telling her story and signing books
It is so exciting when one of our authors is honored by a TV news appearance. This couldn’t have happened to a nicer person. Tammy Mentzer Brown’s book, A Teacher’s Prayer, is already a great seller. Yesterday evening she was Interviewed on Birmingham’s FOX6 News. Her story is one which reminds us that even in the worst of circumstances, the care and prayers of others can make a huge difference in our lives. Since her school days when she was in the Presbyterian Children’s Home in Alabama, and had been the victim of repeated abuses, one of her teachers had been praying for her and she didn’t even realize it. After thirty years they were joyfully reunited. Thanksgiving makes us think of being thankful for the positive events in our lives. Share this one with Tammy.
Here is a link to her story as shared by the FOX News team: http://www.myfoxal.com/category/240204/video-landing-page?autoStart=true&topVideoCatNo=default&clipId=7954797
Though there has been a slight delay on the launch of our eVolve Division on the StCP website, we do have one great book available there now, Good to the Finish! by Kent Hesselbein. It’s a wonderful read with lots of true drama.
And our three best-selling paperbacks are on Amazon Kindle, at reasonable prices awaiting your Christmas shopping downloads. Conspiracy in the Town that Time Forgot, by Ron Cunningham and yours truly, is only $6,95 on Kindle. My best-selling phrase book, On the Origin of the Cliches and Evolution of Idioms and Tammy Mentzer Brown’s best-selling true story of broken youth redeemed, A Teacher’s Prayer are each only $5.95. So head on over to Amazon and download yours today!