While in Mexico, we enjoyed a trip to the basilica in Zapopan and the Huichol Museum, and another day enjoyed a performance by the professional troupe of Folklorico in Guadalajara as well as dinner at San Miguel Archangel, now a restaurant and once a convent. We also toured numerous villages around Lake Chapala with an English speaking guide who gave us the amazing history of the many quaint and lovely towns. We attended a Baptist church in Chapala one Sunday which was English speaking and had dinner with Terry's friends as well as prepared dinner for his neighbor who helped us get on the Internet for our stay.
A Family Of Their Own will be in stores around August 26 so don't forget to look for it. In late October, you'll find the 2-in-1 book, Christmas Gifts, including my short novel, Small Town Christmas. I'm so anxious for you to read it. I loved writing the story and fell in love with the town I used as a setting. I hope to visit that town again in a new series.
Dreams Come True
2011 APPEARANCES, TRAVEL AND EVENTS
GAIL'S FREE BOOK CONTEST DRAWING
We know the Lord opened his arms to the children. Psalms 127:3 says, Children are a gift from the Lord; they are a reward from him. We know how much our God loves children, and he asks us to show compassion and generosity. Psalms 112: 9 says, They give generously to those in need. Their good deeds will never be forgotten. I pray we can always find a way to help the innocent in need whether from the U.S., Mexico, or Somalia where children are starving every day. If you have been blessed by God, donate to a cause that will help children. The Bible says your deeds will never be forgotten.
Tuesday, August 2, 2011
What's New? From author Gail Gamer Martin August 2011
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