“You don’t need to be in the health care industry or education to like it,” writes Becky Povich, the tour host for this last stop, in her short and sweet review of Caring Lessons: A Professor’s Journey of Faith and Self.
Last week Wednesday, I introduced you to Becky’s blog, her prolific writing, and her audio clips. Remember “The Twist”? And last week she published my essay on Hot Fudge Friends on her blog.
Yesterday she told her readers her review of Caring Lessons was coming up, and today it’s posted. She is also offering a giveaway copy; readers who leave a comment through tomorrow will be eligible. Leave your comment and read Becky’s review here.
One more neat thing about Becky; her choice of quotes on her blog header gave me pause:
“Looking back you realize that a very special person passed briefly through your life – and it was you. It is not too late to find that person again.” Robert Brault.
Thanks, Becky, for taking part in my blog tour and for the privilege of getting to know you!
Wrapping up this tour, thank you readers for following along. I’ve gained new readers and new followers, especially internationally, and appreciate your support.
On behalf of all nurses and of those living with a mental illness, I urge you to consider a gift for that special caregiver in your life. National Nurses Week is May 6-12, and May is also Mental Health Month; mental health is a thread throughout Caring Lessons. Order here: Caring Lessons. All proceeds go to nursing scholarships at Trinity Christian College.
Coming: On 4/13, I’ll post a review of my own: Mary Osborne’s Nonna’s Book of Mysteries.
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Becky Povich said:
Lois, thanks so much for all your kind words. It’s been a privilege getting to know you, too. Keep on writing! I’m waiting for a sequel. 😀
Lois Roelofs said:
You’ll be waiting for a LONG while! Have to get my normal life back in order…
Becky Povich said:
I understand!! 🙂
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Magical post, I had a great pleasure reading it. Thank you for the kind words. Keep up the great work!