Miracle On I-40–New Cover, Larger Font, Free Offer!

Look what came today! I’m so excited!

This is the 35th anniversary of the book that began as a small novella and grew into a small book. In celebration of this milestone, Miracle On I-40 has a new cover and the print editions, both soft cover and new hardback gift edition, have been updated with larger font! (Don’t get me started about the minuscule fonts used today by traditional publishing.)

Free Offer:
Dear reader friends, please help me out. Miracle On I-40 needs reviews. Reviews, even mildly positive ones, keep an author writing, as well as help other readers find good books to read. When we review a book, we’re spreading reading joy. You do not have to write a great long review. Simply saying that you enjoyed the book and recommend it is sufficient.

I’m offering a free digital copy of Miracle On I-40 here in exchange for honest reviews posted on Amazon.com, as well as your own social media or blog.

Grab your copy today! Offer good only until Thursday, October 20th.

I am also offering 5 softcover print copies, for those of you, like myself, who prefer paper books, to the first five readers who leave a comment below, saying they want one.

If you don’t get one of the five paper copies, don’t worry. I’m starting a newsletter and will be offering special giveaways. Soon I will have a signup form for joining the newsletter, but that must wait for another day. I’ve reached my limit for details today.

Do you do that–reach your limit for details? My head starts spinning. It is as if an alarm goes off in my brain, saying: “Too much input!”

I am having a great deal of fun designing and setting all this up, but there comes a point when delight fades and my power runs down, just like a battery. I used to keep pushing, but thankfully I have learned a better way. Today I know to move off from the computer, often get a cup of tea, and quiet myself, and definite don’t worry about getting ahead. Very often letting our mind drift is the best use of our time, because doing so replenishes both body and spirit.

All we have to decide what to do with the time that is given us. ~J. R. R. Tolkien

Use your time well today, dear friends. Choose that which brings life and delight.

Blessings,
CurtissAnn