For those of you who are wondering what on earth the title is about, that is a famous Aussie cheer we use at the cricket and any other event when we want to support an Australian athlete. I am using it here to support an Aussie girl, Lisa McKay who has made good ~ in her career as a forensic psychologist and now, in publishing with her debut novel, My Hands Came Away Red, set to release in September, 2007 from Moody.
Lisa trained as a forensic psychologist at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, and also holds a masters degree in international peace studies from Notre Dame.
Lisa is the director of Training and Education Services for the Headington Institute in Los Angeles, providing psychological and spiritual support to humanitarian relief and development workers around the world. She has authored numerous articles …
Mose Washington and his young charge, Bill Mann finds themselves at odds over many things despite the bond forged through fire years before at the scene of his mother’s murder. Bill is determined to pursue his love of bull riding while Mose puts his energies into prayer and love for the boy he calls his grandson.
Missy and Patrick Patterson’s devotion to each other is unwavering. Pat is Head of the Philosophy Department at North Texas State University and Missy soaks up Mose’s wisdom and chafes at Bill’s choices.
Estelle Bainbridge continues her search for Mose and Bill, exerting her significant influence as a Congresswoman towards one goal – the location of Mose and Bill to exact her chilling revenge. The evil that lurked beneath the waters of Cat Lake back in 1945 is poised to strike again without mercy.
John Aubrey Anderson’s extraordinary gift of writing does not waver …
This week, theChristian Fiction Blog Alliance
AND IF I DIE(Faithwords August 2007)
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
John grew up in Mississippi cotton country. After graduating from Mississippi State, he received an Air Force commission and has recently retired after flying twenty-eight years for a major airline. He lives in Texas with his wife, Nan.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
And If I Die is the third book in the Black and White Chronicles. The first was Abiding Darkness (August, 2006), the second was Wedgewood Grey (February, 2007).
In 1945, a spirit voice told Mr. A. J. Mason to “Be ready.”
In 1960, the spirit drew near and said the same words to the same man. “Be ready.”
On both occasions Mason ended up in bloody battles with the forces of evil. On both occasions, he saved the life of a young girl named Missy Parker. …
Ok, I don’t care now if you hate this – if you are my friend you will say it is the most beautiful blog in the world!! I don’t mind if you lie – LOL!!! Don’t ask about the trauma this change has caused – it has not been as good as a holiday!!! You know when you get the feeling you should have just left things as they were!
I just couldn’t get a three column skin to work ~ sigh!
My undying thanks goes to Bonnie (of CFBA fame!) who has been the most patient and understanding computer whiz I know! Thanks Bonstar …