Christine Hall and Cedar Fort Publishing & Media are pleased to announce the “The Song of My Father” blog tour, which will run June 2015.
If you’re interested in participating in this blog tour, please email us or leave a comment below.
About the book:
“Good will come from this.” Chris had heard her father repeat those words countless times as a child. As she grew, her father’s faith and optimism inspired her through many difficult times. Despite losing her childhood home to a devastating fire and then later enduring years surgeries and convalescence, she learned to look for the good in everything. But then something so horrific happened, Chris was afraid her father’s song had stopped forever. This uplifting true story will inspire you to have hope, even on your darkest days.
About the author:
Chris Hall maintains she is one of the most unlikely authors you will ever meet, as it was never in any of her life plans to write a book. Her writing experience began without forethought or intention on her part.
It started on a summer day, while she working in her flower beds. A thought came clearly into her mind—then another, and another. Ideas started coming to her so frequently that she finally decided to keep a yellow legal pad and pencil with her wherever she went so that she no longer had to resort to writing on the back of the receipts in her purse. No one could have been more amazed than she when she realized she was actually writing a book.
Her first book, Conversations with a Moonflower, was published in March 2011.
Chris is never happier than when she and her husband are surrounded by their eight children and spouses and their thirty-two grandchildren. She lives in Utah with her husband, Duane.
“The Song of My Father” blog tour schedule:
June 1: Laurie LC Lewis: A View From the Other Side of the Hill
June 2: Always Jacked
June 3: Busy Working Mama
June 4: DaDa Rocks | Amy Loves It!
June 5: Reidhead Random-ness
June 6: Hanging with Dad
June 7: A Generous Thought
June 9: I Love to Read and Review Books
June 10: Michele Ashman Bell • Wishful Endings