Be Still, Ladies! And Let Your Nail Polish Dry!

by Sandie Bricker

Be Still ... and Let Your Nail Polish DryI wanted to let everyone know that Summerside Press has a hot new devotional coming out in October.  :-)  Ok, so I wrote it … along with Andrea Boeshaar, Debby Mayne and Loree Lough. We’re so proud of Be Still … and Let Your Nail Polish Dry. It’s especially geared toward busy women on-the-go, and a portion of the proceeds are going to the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund.

Being a five-year survivor of stage 3 ovarian cancer, I’m particularly touched by our connection to OCRF. And I hope you’ll all support us by buying a copy for yourself, and a copy for your best girlfriend! And please feel free to TALK IT UP with everyone you know. 

Book trailer:  http://www.tangle.com/view_video?viewkey=7ee43d7f3bc84e9a834d

We also have a blog dedicated to the book at http://bestilldevos.blogspot.com and I hope you’ll feel free to stop by now and then. All four authors contribute to the blog, and topics run the gamut of women’s issues from health and wellness to friendships and family to general girl power.

Let us know what you think of the devo! And special thanks to Summerside Press and Connie Troyer for the dedication to making Be Still into something really special and very unique!

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One Response to Be Still, Ladies! And Let Your Nail Polish Dry!

  1. Linda Sams says:

    Interested in the book…Be Still and let the nail polish dry…wasn’t sure how to order. Please direct me. Thanks.

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