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The Northwest Herald has featured the latest book from Nenn Pen, Ink – 24 Ways to Pray Through Your Day. (Newspaper for the NW Suburbs of Chicago).
Locals can find the full-page article on page 4 of the Style section, or read it on the newspaper’s site.
Praising God for this opportunity! Praying He uses it to bless people with this book.
Read more about the book.
Check out the book’s Facebook page.
Get the book – available in paperback and e-book formats.
Now available on Amazon!
Is your day slipping by without prayer? Do you keep waiting for the perfect time or some peace and quiet? In the midst of the busyness, the stress, the to-do’s and the to-don’ts, those moments never seem to come. But they don’t have to. God gives us moments throughout our daily chaos to call out to him. We simply need to recognize them. When we do, prayer is no longer something we try to work into our day. It becomes our day.
24 Ways To Pray Through Your Day gives insight into these prayer opportunities and teaches readers two dozen ways to transform each moment of the day into time with God.
Blessed Beyond Measure
I am so excited about this latest opportunity God has provided! If you or someone you know is looking for a transforming prayer tool, please check out my new book.
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I’ve been writing poems and short stories since old enough to wield a pen. I can’t remember a time when I didn’t dream of being a published author some day.
30 years later, that day has finally arrived. My first book, Random Thoughts, has been published! It is now available on Amazon.com.
Waiting so long for something makes its arrival feel a bit strange. It’s not how I expected. I wonder if anything ever is. Part of me wants to shout from the rooftops, give a big Woohoo! and attempt the cartwheels I haven’t done since those days when this dream first began. Another part of me thinks I can’t make a big deal of it because…well, that’s the question. I feel like my heart is being held back…in an attempt at humility? because I’m afraid no one will like it? because people publish books every day so in the grand scheme of things it’s not that grand? because it took so much longer than I had hoped, so now it’s more relief that it’s done than excitement that I feel? because I would love to be able to show it to my dad, and it’s two years too late? because it’s so much more exciting and significant to me than everyone else around me? I’m sure it’s some combination of those things, and more.
What I do know is that I’m grateful to be published. I thank God for the opportunity and pray the book is a blessing to at least one person out there.
I also know I do not plan to stop here. God willing, we will next see a children’s book by Kerry Nenn.
I wonder what it will feel like to see that in print.