Overrun By Your Love by Erika Mathews (Blog Tour)
Overrun By Your Love, a collection of inspirational poetry by Erika Mathews, has been released! Join in the excitement with the giveaway below, and don’t forget to check out the other blog tour stops here.
Also, this will be a short post because the internet is still out (arggggggg), and so time is limited for getting this blog post finished, scheduled, etc. 😛
HOWEVER … I promise as soon as I have internet access on a regular basis again, I will begin writing nice lengthy posts. Today I’ll just have to settle for telling you about a beautiful little book!
About the Book
Immerse yourself in a lyrical, artistic story older than time: the story of the kingdom of God.
Receive encouragement and refreshment in your spiritual walk with a collection of poems on our awesome God, trusting God, family, God’s creation, special occasions, and ministering Christ.
Inspirational and joyful poetry hones in on Biblical truth in a meditative manner.
About the Author
Erika Mathews is the author of Promise’s Prayer and an editor who lives in the farm country of Minnesota with her husband and young children. She’s a homeschool graduate with a Bachelor’s in Communications, a Master’s in Biblical Ministries, and a passion for sharing Jesus Christ and His truth. When she’s writing, she enjoys letting God’s message shine through her, crafting pleasing sentences, and using the Oxford comma. When she’s not writing, she enjoys reading, outdoor activities, music, and organizing. She’s been writing poems since she was four years old. Swings, hammocks, fields, waterfalls, and lakes near her Minnesota home are her favorite places for Scripture meditation.
Click here to enter to win Overrun By Your Love in paperback or ebook!
Thanks for reading! Still not internet, so I’ll just post this really quick. I’m at Starbucks now. 😉 Got meself a caramel something (the barista knows what it is, but I cannot remember).
Do you enjoy poetry? Have a favorite poet? (Mine are Emily Dickenson, Robert Frost, Robert Lewis Stevenson, and a couple others I can never remember because it’s mostly just one or two poems!) (I kinda like Edward Allen Poe, but only because he freaks me out!)