A Taste of Satisfaction

They say that writing and publishing a book is somewhat akin to giving birth to a child. I suppose they mean the labor is hard and somewhat painful. While I can tell you that completing a book is much less wearing on your body, I would agree that it is exhausting and rewarding at the same time...much like childbirth.

I suppose those who say such things are also referring to the personal nature of a book you have authored. You do indeed pour your heart and soul into your composition. And when it is complete you feel like part of you, a very personal and intimate part of you, is bound between those covers.

So I'd like to introduce to you my newest "baby."

 A Taste of Satisfaction is written much the same way as Sarah Young wrote the contemporary classic devotional guide, Jesus Calling. Basing every word and thought on Scripture, I wrote each devotional entry as though Jesus himself is speaking to the reader. The goal was to produce a very intimate and soul-satisfying devotional guide that helps the reader develop a daily habit of feasting on the Living Word, the Bread of Life. I have learned that meditating on the Word of God is truly the secret to a satisfied and contented life. And I want to share that discipline with you.

If you would like to purchase one or more copies of A Taste of Satisfaction you can either order from the publisher by clicking on the book cover photo above or order from me. You can place your order with me by simply using the "Contact Kay" button on this blog. In your e-mail, tell me how many books you want, where you want them shipped, and your contact information. I'll get back with you and give you your total cost and make arrangements to ship them to you. The cost of the book is $12.60 from the publisher or just $10 from me.

Meanwhile, I can't neglect the opportunity to give away a copy of the book, too. So if you'll leave a comment on this post, I'll enter you in the contest to win a free copy of A Taste of Satisfaction. I'll draw a name on Thanksgiving.

By the way, I love this little book and I think you will too. And it would make a great Christmas gift for teachers, Sunday school teachers, friends, etc.