Showing posts with label #new. Show all posts
Showing posts with label #new. Show all posts

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Blogging Hope

The name of my blog and the subject of all my books is Writing God's Message of Hope. Today, I plan to begin fine-tuning the blog to represent hope more clearly. I will still post every Wednesday and Saturday, but all posts will be devotions or inspirational words that deal with addictions, rejection, and all things impossible for us; things that only God can change.

Each of my books relate to such topics:
Worth Her Weight deals with food addiction
Divine Dining: 365 Devotions to Guide You to Healthier Weight and Abundant Wellness gives devotions for compulsive people especially food addicts
Victoria and the Ghost takes a young girl through the feelings of rejection








The one exception will be I will still allow
guest authors 2-3 times a month because I enjoy
helping other authors. Many of them also write
devotions, but some only tell about their books.





I hope you will enjoy the new plan. I sure would like to know your thoughts on it; pro or con.

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Watch for Weird Wednesdays

Starting in September, Weird Wednesdays will give Writing With God's Hope blog a new dimension.

Watch for the announcement.

Saturday, March 8, 2014

A New Release for Judy P. Davis

 I met Judy P. Davis on the loop for Christian Writers Fellowship Intl. Her new book Happy New You is now available.  I feel blessed to tell the Writing with God's Hope followers about her and her latest book because I know you'll see her heart. 


Be sure to scroll all the way to the bottom of the post. Davis is offering a chance to win the book.



Judy, tell us something about your writing journey.

 I started writing over 25 years ago in 1985 when I felt the calling of God.  I was reading my Bible and prayed, "God you have been so good to me, what can I do for you?"  I turned to the Scripture in Jeremiah 30:2 "Write every word I have spoken to you in a book."  I had never written anything but a few letters and felt like Moses.  Who me? 

The journey began as doors opened for me.  I started writing a column in the local newspaper, attending the Florida Christian Writer's Conference each year for almost 20 years, went to college while working full time for the government.  Later, in 1995, I earned an Associate Degree in Theology.  I retired from my Civil Service career in 2004.  God equips those He calls.  I have never looked at Christian writing as a career but as a ministry.

Is this your first book?

 No,  this was my 11th book.  Some of them are on
http://www.amazon.com/Happy-New-You-Reading-Through/dp/1462408680/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1394810106&sr=1-1&keywords=Happy+New+You+by+Judy+P.+Davis


http://judypdavis.wordpress.com.

What caused you to want to write this book?
 Last Jan 2013, I prayed for the new year and in my prayer, I asked God, "What would be a good devotional to read this year?"  And the words came into my heart and spirit, "Why not write your own devotional, a 365-day devotional?" I started writing that day and continued writing almost each day for a year.  Happy New You Reading the Bible Through will soon be released from the publisher.

I can sure identify with that since I wrote my 365 day devotion book, Divine Dining. God does give the words. Do you have another book in the works?

 No, not at this time.

Where is your favorite writing place?

In my office.  My husband bought a new computer for me for Christmas.  I also enjoy writing on my laptop.

If a song could describe you, what would that song be?
  I can't think of a song but my life verse is "Trust in the Lord with all your heart, do not lean on
your own understanding.  In all your ways acknowledge Him and He will make your path straight."  Proverbs 3: 5,6


Oh, I love that verse, too. Good to remember. Can you tell us something about your new book?

Here's an excerpt from the forward that my pastor wrote for the book.

In this book, “Happy New You”, Judy Davis takes you through a journey in the
Scripture that allows you to read, reflect, experience, and interact with God. 
In this quest for “something more”, as you allow your heart to brush up against
eternal truth, there will be subtle, yet powerful, changes in your life.  When
the liberating power of this truth begins to work its way into the essence of
your soul and spirit, the experience of reading the Scripture will transform
from a task to a highlight of your day.

As a pastor, I am always giving counsel to believers on resources that will
strengthen their walk with Christ.  I can say, without hesitation, that this
resource will serve that purpose in a uniquely practical way!  Pastor Merrill


Judy, tell us more about yourself.
Davis has written newspaper columns, articles and devotions for Pentecostal Evangel, Pathways to Go, Woman’s World, Evangel, The Upper Room, Christian Pulse online, and many other publications. Her books include: Faithful Women of the Bible, Living Abundantly Spiritually, Financially, and  Physically, Women of the Bible, and many others. She uses her vast writing knowledge to judge Writer’s Digest self-published book awards.
She and her husband, Colin, have been married for 47 years.  They have 3 children, 6 grandchildren and 1 great-granddaughter.  They love to travel since retiring from their careers in 2004.

How can people find you online?

http://judypdavis.wordpress.com
http://inspirationalthoughtsthatmatter.blogspot.com
http://facebook.com/judypdavis?ref=tn_tnmn

Thank you for giving us some insight into who Judy P. Davis is.

Now for Davis' offer for a giveaway for a kindle version of her book. All you must do to be in the drawing is leave a comment and don't forget to give your e-mail.  The winner's name will be drawn on the evening of March 14.