Remember when I told you that Zondervan flew a video crew to Nashville earlier this spring (still can't believe they did that!), and we spent a day filming six video vignettes on location at Belle Meade in Nashville, Tennessee? It was such fun! Well, the vignettes are ready!
They center around the history of Belle Meade, and the story and characters in To Whisper Her Name, the first Belle Meade Plantation novel releasing October 23rd. Each Monday morning over the next six weeks, I'll share one of these vignettes on my blog and on my facebook page in anticipation of the upcoming release.
This week's video is entitled "Welcome to Belle Meade Plantation." I hope you enjoy you it and would LOVE to hear your thoughts when you're finished watching.
I'd also be so grateful if you'd share this vignette on your blogs and facebook profiles and pages, and tweet about it, if you're willing. And on Good Reads and other websites you might know about. Not to mention sharing it with your library or bookclub. I can't wait to share To Whisper Her Name with you, and believe you're going to fall in love with the history and people at Belle Meade just like I did.
If you do decide to share the video, please know that your name goes into the proverbial hat for an advance copy of To Whisper Her Name. My way of saying thanks! Visit my personal blog for the details.
And remember… The special PRE-order pricing of $4.99 for ebook (Kindle, Nook, and iBook) and for print ($8.05) is only available before the release date of October 23rd.
I'm so grateful for you, friends! And now I'm off to write a little this morning, still floating a little from the pain meds I took last night. I usually don't take prescription pain meds but sometimes…ah, they're marvelous!
P.S. This weekend, Joe and I flew to Corpus Christi to see his dad, Fred, and Fred's wife Jan. Fred has been in the hospital for congestive heart failure among other things, and we've come close to losing him in recent weeks. We're so grateful for modern medicine and for the pacemaker and defibrillator the doctors implanted last week. Fred is still weak and has far to go in recovery (and will be in rehab for some time), but we're so grateful for his progress. Here are some quick pics from this weekend...
Father and son
Hugging goodbye... (Love this one)
Me and Jan (a little shadowed at the airport) before catching our flight back home. Love this lady and appreciate how she's taking care of Fred. And your prayers are appreciated for his continued recovery!