Thursday, June 1, 2017


My book order came in! :D There is something surreal about seeing a stack of your own books IN PRINT. Happy day. :) 

I have some unclaimed copies of "The Secret Slipper" (as of now) if anyone wants to put in an order for a copy. ;) Sign-up form and prices here. But, if you're like me, you might want to enter the giveaway and see if you win a copy first. ;)

Again, I'll share a few more blogs that have featured "The Secret Slipper."

Honey Rock Hills
"If I were to give my favorite aspect about Amanda Tero's second literary addition to the "Tales of Faith" series, The Secret Slipper, it would be witnessing Raoul and his daughter, Lia, as they learn to trust the Lord and how that trust lead them to being reunited. In a natural, unforced manner Amanda weaves this theme into The Secret Slipper with a beautiful simplicity that will bless young and old alike." Read more here...

A.M. Heath Blog
"The setting comes to life with authentic names. And among the rich setting was a timeless message about God turning the difficult things of life into blessings." Read more here...

God's Peculiar Treasure Rae
"I am normally a fan of sweet romances, yet even without a romantic interest, this story captured my interest and was a very sweet tale, showing the love of family." Read more here...

Purposeful Learning
Interview!! Read here for my answers about how my family life plays into my writing and what I'm working on now.

Judith W. Nicholson
Another interview! Read here for fun stuff like my favorite food, the biggest lesson I've learned as a writer, my goals, and more.

Seriously... I would love it if you visited just one blog today and left them a comment! :)


Olivia said...

Ohh, they look so lovely! I probably would just sit and stare at them for awhile :D So happy for you, Amanda :)

Liberty Bluebelle said...

Oh, that looks so exciting! I know how happy it makes me to have a new book come in the mail. I can't begin to imagine the feeling of a whole box of books you wrote!

I just watched your videos on "The Secret Slipper". It was fun hearing about the names. Noel was perfect for that little fella. =) I don't have a problem pronouncing names, in that I pronounce them in my head and stick with whichever pronunciation sounds right. Now, whether or not the name matches the original... =P For instance, Galien rhymed with alien to me, rather than Galleon. But "Galleon" actually sounds better for the story. Thank you for fixing that for me. =) And Dumphey--I agree with your assessment of him. That's how I saw him. =) Hmmm. I wonder if book three might have anything to do with Lia's stable friends? ;)


Liberty Bluebelle

"Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty." II Corinthians 3:17

Amanda Tero said...

@ Olivia - aw, thank you!! Yeah... I do have them up on my desk now. ;)

@ Liberty - haha! I hear ya with the name pronunciations!! Hmm... I do wonder about that book three. ;) ;) You just may have hit a clue. :)

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