Wednesday, November 21, 2012

CFBA: Walk with me




This week, the

Christian Fiction Blog Alliance

is introducing

Walk with Me

River North; New Edition edition (September 1, 2012)

by

Annie Wald


ABOUT THE AUTHOR:




Along with being the author of Walk With Me (forthcoming September 2012, River North/Moody), my fiction has been published in numerous journals including Image, The Southern Review and The North American Review and included in the anthology series, Not Safe But Good, edited by Bret Lott and published by Thomas Nelson. I’m also the author of a young adult novel, The Counterfeit Collection (Tyndale) and I’ve written feature articles for many publications such as Guideposts, Leadership, and Partnership.

Before writing full-time, I worked in book publishing as an acquisitions editor and then as Editor-in-Chief at Princeton University Press. Since 2000, I’ve lived in Morocco where my husband is the pastor of Rabat International Church. We have two married daughters and four delightful grandchildren.

A Word from Annie:

If you still want to know more about me, you may be interested to learn:

 
On the Myers-Briggs scale, I’m not an I for introvert. I’m an H for hermit.
 
But I’ve been known to say, “We’re having a small gathering; only 10 people.”
   
I love Easter sunrise services in cemeteries.
 
I live on the west coast — of Africa.
   
My favorite Moroccan meal: Zahara’s beef couscous with raisin sauce, and tchouchouka.
   
J’adore le francais.
 
I once told God I’d marry anyone except the man who became my husband.
 
I prefer to make things up rather than do research, although I have been described as an ‘infomaniac’.


ABOUT THE BOOK



Peter and Celeste choose to travel as one on the lifelong journey to the King's City
. They are blissfully in love and bound to each other by the Cords of Commitment.
Shortly after visiting the Moon of Honey they discover that the journey proves
much more difficult than they expected. When they find themselves laboring
through the Swamp of Selfishness, crossing the dismal Plains of Distance, and
 nearly becoming separated by the River of Unfaithfulness, their love for each
other and for the King is challenged. They must choose whether to continue on
together, not knowing if they can be warmed again by the Kindling of Affection,
 or visit the Valley of Cut Cords to journey alone once more.


If you'd like to read a chapter excerpt of Walk with Me, go HERE.

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