Blog tour: ‘Hungry Missionary’

Blog tour: ‘Hungry Missionary’

Tracy Ballard and Cedar Fort Publishing & Media are pleased to announce the “The Hungry Missionary: Quick and Easy Recipes to Keep Missionaries Healthy, Happy, and Well-Fed” blog tour, which will run from August 8-30, 2015.

If you’re interested in participating in this blog tour, please email us or leave a comment below.

About the book:

Make your mission the best two years of meals! Using simple, inexpensive, universal ingredients, you’ll learn to create delicious, wholesome food that will keep you healthy and happy as you serve. With plenty of classic recipes that are sure to please even the pickiest palate, this cookbook is perfect for elders and sisters in the field and those about to leave.

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About the author:

Tracy started cooking for her mother and brother while she was quite young, finding that she enjoyed making food for others. With years of experience cooking for five hungry children, Tracy makes her food quickly, easily and delightfully scrumptious. Tracy has a Bachelor’s in marketing from UNLV and worked in the magazine publishing industry before leaving work to start a family. She has provided many a hungry kid with quick snacks and is sending off two missionaries in the near future (her test subjects).

“Hungry Missionary” blog tour schedule:

August 15: Reidhead Random-ness
August 16:
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August 21: Paranormal & Romantic Suspense Reviews
August 22:
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August 28: Wishful Endings
August 29:
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Blog tour: ‘Happy Bento!’

Blog tour: ‘Happy Bento!’

Anna Adden and Cedar Fort Publishing & Media are pleased to announce the “Happy Bento!” blog tour, which will run from August 12-31, 2015.

If you’re interested in participating in this blog tour, please email us or leave a comment below.

About the book:

Liven up your lunch box! Perfect for holidays, birthdays, or any day of the week, traditional Japanese Bento boxes are trendier than ever and they encourage kids of all ages to eat healthy foods by making them cute and colorful! These fun food craft projects let you create themed edible designs that are just as much fun to make as they are to eat!

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About the author:

As a child, Anna was a very picky eater.  Although she has learned to love new foods, she is still picky.  Anna wanted her children to have a well-rounded palate and explore new foods.  She discovered bento lunches when her daughter started preschool and needed a packed lunch.  Packing meals in a cute and fun way has encouraged her kids to eat healthy and try new foods.  For Anna, making bento lunches is a fun hobby that offers an outlet for her creativity.

“Happy Bento!” blog tour schedule:

August 12: Beneficial Bento
August 13: Bent On Better Lunches
August 14: Wendolonia
August 15: Reidhead Random-ness
August 16: Keitha’s Chaos
August 17: Bunches o Lunches
August 18: School Lunch Ideas
August 19: What’s for lunch at our house
August 20: Loving Lunches
August 21: Bentoriffic •  Wishful Endings
August 22: Zoe’s Lunchbox
August 23: Creative Food
August 24: Eclectic Lamb
August 25: Lunchbox Dad
August 26: Bento School Lunches
August 27: My Epicurean Adventures
August 28: Yummy Bites by Amy
August 29: Fire and Ice •  Inklings and Notions
August 30: Bento for Kidlet
August 31: Eats Amazing

TBA:

Mamabelly’s Lunches with Love

Blog tour: ‘From Baptist Preacher to Mormon Teacher’

Wain Myers, Kelly L. Martinez and Cedar Fort Publishing & Media are pleased to announce the “From Baptist Preacher to Mormon Teacher” blog tour, which will run from October 16-29, 2015.

If you’re interested in participating in this blog tour, please email us or leave a comment below.

About the book:

Wain Myers thought he knew what he believed, but after a revelation from God, something had to change. This former Baptist preacher tells his fascinating story of following the Spirit’s voice and ultimately becoming a convert in the LDS church. This remarkable true story will inspire you to follow your own promptings and share truth wherever you find it.

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About the authors:

Wain Myers is a native of Dayton, Ohio. He served in the United States Army in Bad Kissingen, Germany, where he received his call to the ministry. After his military career, he returned to the U.S. and began preaching at True Vine Missionary Baptist church, where he preached for over five years and was then introduced to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints by his lovely wife Sebrina. He’s been an active member of the Church since 1995 and has served on his stake’s high council and as second counselor in the Genesis Group leadership.

Wain and Sebrina are the proud parents of seven amazing children; Le’Roy Jr., Isaiah (who recently returned from a full-time mission in the Louisiana Baton Rouge Mission), Bradford (and wife Paige), Quesley, Braxton, Spencer, and Ammon. Wain is a firm believer that no amount of success outside of the home can make up for failure inside the home. Check out his website at authorwainmyers.com.

Kelly L. Martinez has written about sports and entertainment for most of his professional career, though he has also dabbled in travel and tech articles. His writing has appeared in several national and regional publications, such as USA Today, the Los Angeles Times, Meridian Magazine, and the Deseret News. He comes from a long line of Mormon pioneers on his mother’s side and is of Hispanic, French, and Native American descent on his father’s. This is his first co-authorship and published book.

“From Baptist Preacher to Mormon Teacher” blog tour schedule:

October 16: Reidhead Random-ness
October 17:
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October 19: Mel’s Shelves
October 20:
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October 22:
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October 24:
October 25: Wishful Endings
October 26: Readalot
October 27:
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October 29:

Blog tour: ‘French Accents: Farmhouse French Style For Today’s Home’

Anita Joyce and Cedar Fort Publishing & Media are pleased to announce the “French Accents: Farmhouse French Style For Today’s Home” blog tour, which will run from September 1-22, 2015.

About the Book:

There’s nothing better than a little “joie de vivre” to brighten up your decor! Filled with gorgeous photography and an abundance of helpful design ideas, this book is guaranteed to bring the cozy comfort of classic French style into your home. Learn how to create an inviting look that will welcome friends and family and help you show off your own creative taste.

This beautiful book includes ideas for the beginner or the experienced interior designer who has a love for French or Country French design.

Joyce walks her readers through the process of analyzing a room prior to redecorating and then gives pointers for success, whether you intend to redecorate all at once or just by baby steps with one basket or lamp at a time. She includes tips and tricks for knowing where to shop for authentic French antiques, how to get the best deals at auctions, and how to re-purpose your existing decor to give it a “French” look.

Helpful tutorials for creating your own paint finishes and sewing slipcovers are included as well. You’ll also get the grand tour with photos of home interiors that use some of her techniques, including some that have “bent the rules” to bring in just enough rustic, chippy, casual French design to make the home livable and loveable.

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About the Author:

Anita Joyce is the author of the Cedar Hill Farmhouse blog. Her expertise is in antiques, vintage items, rusty-crusty-chippy things, all things French, design, photography, and writing. She loves spending time with friends and family.

‘French Accents’ blog tour schedule:

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September 5: Inklings and Notions
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September 14: Wishful Endings
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September 22: Reidhead Random-ness

Blog tour: ‘A Thankful Heart’

David A. Christensen and Cedar Fort Publishing & Media are pleased to announce the “A Thankful Heart: 31 Teachings to Recognize Blessings in Your Life” blog tour, which will run from September 14-27, 2015.

If you’re interested in participating in this blog tour, please email us or leave a comment below.

About the book:

Enjoy a happier, healthier life—starting with an attitude of gratitude! Research and revelation have both declared that staying thankful results in a host of benefits and blessings. You will be grateful for this book which contains a full month of ideas, quotes, and scriptures to get you feeling more grateful and help you see the Lord’s hand in your life.

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About the author:

David A. Christensen has taught missionary preparation and Book of Mormon classes for over thirty years. His testimony and enthusiasm for the restored gospel was shared with missionaries and members in the Chile Santiago North Mission where he served as president, and again in Central America when he was president of the Guatemala Missionary Training Center. He counts his children and grandchildren as his most important converts, and his best friend and wife, Deena Bond Christensen, his eternal companion.

“A Thankful Heart” blog tour schedule:

September 14: Reidhead Random-ness
September 15: Reeves Raves
September 16:
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September 18: Mel’s Shelves
September 19:
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September 22:
September 23:
September 24: The Power of One Girl
September 25: I Am a Reader
September 26:
September 27: Wishful Endings