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Congratulations to a friend and fellow member of  The Word Guild , Ann Voskamp. Her first book, One Thousand Gifts: A Dare to Live Fully Right Where You Are, released on Monday to incredible sales figures. On amazon.com: Number 4 on Hot New Releases in Books, Number 8 in Religion and Spirituality, and Number 13 on the Top 100 Books.

It does not release on amazon.ca until February 1, but it's rapidly rising there to #53 in Top 100 Books.

I read about the release yesterday, on my friend Marilyn’s blog and went right over to order a couple of copies through the link there to (In) Courage, where Dayspring has a time limited special offer. I love that there you can sponsor an additional book for anyone who wants the book and can't afford it. That sounds just like the Kingdom family.

Ann is the blogger whom I once tried to nominate for an award. She is so not into awards that she told all of her readers (over a thousand a day at that time) to vote for the blog of the dear lady who nominated her--and many of them went right over and voted for Whatever He Says. Well, God is using her beautiful words and sending them out to bless many.

Here is a trailer



You can read an excerpt on sribd :Here

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