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Blasting About: Doe Running Deer (With Giveaway)

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Join Doe Running Deer, author of the faith based memoir, My Past Decisions Have Made Me Who I Am Today, as she tours the blogosphere August 26 - September 6 on her first Book Blast with Pump Up Your Book! Doe will be giving away a $25 Amazon GC/Paypal Cash and 10 e-Books! To enter, fill out the Rafflecopter form on the participating blogs below and good luck! If you would like to host Doe, please email Tracee at tgleichner (at) gmail.com.
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ABOUT MY PAST DECISIONS HAVE MADE ME WHO I AM TODAY

My Past Decisions Book CoverFor author Doe Running Deer, life has been a series of tragedy and healing. In My Past Decisions Have Made Me Who I Am Today, she narrates the stories of her trials and tribulations, sharing how faith helped her get through the difficult periods. Using personal anecdotes to illustrate how God has worked in her life, she explores the doubts, fears, and perplexities she experienced and describes how she found comfort and guidance in the Bible and through prayer. In this memoir, she recalls growing up as the oldest of four in a small Texas town against the backdrop of her parents’ alcoholism and marital issues; being molested by a cousin at an early age; being introduced to Jesus Christ in her teenage years; marrying an alcoholic; and enduring his subsequent suicide. With scriptural examples to highlight key points, My Past Decisions Have Made Me Who I am Today serves to communicate the message that there is healing and that God is listening and is rescuing his people from their hurts and pains.

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ABOUT DOE RUNNING DEER

Doe Running Deer is retired and lives in Texas, where she was born and raised, after having lived in a variety of places throughout the United States. Running Deer is currently married and has two daughters and two grandsons.  

Win a $25 Amazon Gift Card or Paypal Cash!

Terms & Conditions:
  • By entering the giveaway, you are confirming you are at least 18 years old.
  • One winner will be chosen via Rafflecopter to receive one $25 Amazon Gift Certificate or Paypal Cash.
  • This giveaway begins August 26 - September 6.
  • Winners will be contacted via email on Saturday September 7, 2013.
  • Winner has 48 hours to reply.
Good luck everyone!

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book blast schedule
Monday, August 26 - Mary's Cup of Tea
Monday, August 26 - My Devotional Thoughts
Tuesday, August 27 - Review From Here
Tuesday, August 27 - Books r Us
Tuesday, August 27 - Freda's Voice
Wednesday, August 28 - Icefairy's Treasure Chest
Wednesday, August 28 - The Writer's Life
Thursday, August 29 - As the Pages Turn
Thursday, August 29 - Minding Spot
Friday, August 30 - The Dark Phantom
Friday, August 30 - Jody's Book Reviews
Monday, September 2 - Between the Covers
Monday, September 2 - She Writes
Tuesday, September 3 - I'm Shelfish
Tuesday, September 3 - Plug Your Book
Wednesday, September 4 - Literarily Speaking
Wednesday, September 4 - Allvoices
Thursday, September 5 - Beyond the Books
Thursday, September 5 - Redroom
Friday, September 6 - Literal Exposure
Friday, September 6 - Book Marketing Buzz
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