Blog tour: ‘The Sacrament Is for Me’

Blog tour: ‘The Sacrament Is for Me’

Jessica Ellingson and Cedar Fort Publishing & Media are pleased to announce the “No Peace With the Dawn” blog tour, which will run from October 14-28, 2016.

If you’re interested in participating in this blog tour, please email us or leave a comment below.

About the book:

The sacrament is the most important part of the Sabbath day—and our week. Teach your little ones about the sacred sacrament and how they can apply it in their everyday lives, from the playground to piano lessons. Help your children start each week right and understand the reason behind the reverence of Jesus’s eternal sacrifice, love, and example.

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About the author:

Jessica Ellingson grew up in the small town of Blanding, Utah. She moved to Utah Valley to attend school — BYU and UVU — and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in English. Jessica and her cave-dweller husband, Tyler, currently live in Lehi, Utah, near the Jordan River.

“The Sacrament Is for Me” blog tour schedule:
October 14: My Book Addiction
October 15: Inklings and Notions
October 16: Share. Love. Serve.
October 17: Brooklyn Jolley
October 18: Heidi Reads
October 19: Mel’s Shelves
October 20: My Book a Day
October 21: Eccentric Eclectic Woman
October 22: Singing Librarian Books
October 23: Reidhead Random-ness
October 24: My Little Sunshines
October 25: The Things I Love Most
October 26: Rockin’ Book Reviews
October 27: Sweetly Made
October 28: A.L. Sowards

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Blog tour: ‘No Peace With the Dawn’

Blog tour: ‘No Peace With the Dawn’

E.B. Wheeler, Jeffery Bateman and Cedar Fort Publishing & Media are pleased to announce the “No Peace With the Dawn” blog tour, which will run from November 8-25, 2016.

If you’re interested in participating in this blog tour, please email us or leave a comment below.

About the book:

In 1917, the Great War seems far from Logan, Utah. But soon it will change the lives of suffragette and mechanic Clara, Swiss-German immigrant and LDS convert Trudi, Marine Corps volunteer Reed, and Shoshone seeking U.S. citizenship Joseph. This novel weaves real events with compelling fictional characters into a sweeping tale of war, romance, self-discovery, and sacrifice.

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About the authors:

E.B. Wheeler grew up in Georgia and California. She earned her BA in history from BYU and has graduate degrees in British history and landscape architecture from Utah State University. She’s the award-winning author of “The Haunting of Springett Hall,” the historical romance “Born to Treason” and is a member of the League of Utah Writers. She lives in northern Utah with her family.

Jeff Bateman served in the U.S. Air Force for 32 years, retiring as a Colonel in 2010. He holds a BA and MS in Criminal Justice, an MA in History and an MS in Strategic Studies. Following his military career, Jeff worked as a civilian historian at the Air Force Research Laboratory and the Air Force Flight Test Center. He teaches American Military History and U.S. Institutions at Utah State University and is a member of the League of Utah Writers. He has taught workshops on military writing. Jeff lives on a mini-farm in the mountains of Northern Utah, where horses, gardening, and playing the bass fill every minute he is not writing or teaching..

“No Peace With the Dawn” blog tour schedule:
November 8:
November 9:
November 10: Kevin Nielsen
November 11: My Book a Day
November 12:
November 13:
November 14: Shari Schwarz
November 15: Katie’s Clean Book Collection
November 16: Robyn Echols Books
November 17: The Dragon’s Nook
November 18: Books & Benches | Rockin’ Book Reviews
November 19: I Love to Read and Review Books
November 20: Singing Librarian Books
November 21: Bookworm Lisa | Fire and Ice
November 22: Connie’s Bookmark
November 23: Military History
November 24: Blooming with Books
November 25: Wishful Endings

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Blog tour: ‘You’ve Got This’

Blog tour: ‘You’ve Got This’

Elise Hahl, Hank Smith and Al Carraway and Cedar Fort Publishing & Media are pleased to announce the “You’ve Got This” blog tour, which will run from November 1-14, 2016.

If you’re interested in participating in this blog tour, please email us or leave a comment below.

About the book:

Life is tough, but so are you! Learn how to work through life’s trials with advice from popular youth speakers, including Hank Smith and Al Carraway, who have endured a few challenges of their own. This encouraging book will help you see trials as essential stepping-stones to becoming who you’re destined to be.

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About the authors:

After serving as a missionary to the Brazil Manaus mission, Elise Babbel Hahl completed her studies in English at Stanford University, married her mission pen pal, and went on to earn a master’s degree in writing from Johns Hopkins University. Her work has been published in Choosing Motherhood, Whereabouts: Stepping Out of Place, Education Next magazine, Do NOT Attempt in Heels, and recorded on “The World in Words” podcast. She lives with her husband and four children in the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania area.

Hank Smith has been a full-time religious educator for the Church for 12 years, teaching seminary and in the Religion Department at BYU. Hank is a favorite speaker with Especially for Youth, BYU Education Week, and Time Out for Women. With his trademark sense of humor and his captivating stories and examples, Hank makes it fun to learn gospel principles and strengthen personal testimonies.

Al Fox Carraway has been a popular blogger, YouTuber, and public speaker for the past several years and is most well known for the blog post, “The Tattooed Mormon.” She has been on the cover of LDS Living Magazine and has done countless radio interviews, TV interviews, and everything in between. Al won the Community Speaker award in 2014, presented by the Dean of BYU. She has traveled countryside for years speaking with well-known speakers like John Bytheway, Brad Wilcox, and General Young Women’s President, Bonnie Oscarson. Just recently she spoke to over 24,000 people with Elder Neil L. Anderson at RootsTech.

“You’ve Got This” blog tour schedule:
November 1: Write, Writing, Written
November 2: LDS & Lovin’ It
November 3: Debra’s Book Cafe | Reidhead Random-ness
November 4: Bloggin’ ‘Bout Books
November 5:  Rockin’ Book Reviews
November 6: Brooklyn Jolley
November 7: Kensie Kate || The Power of One Girl
November 8: A Year of FHE | Fire and Ice
November 9: Singing Librarian Books | My Book a Day | Rachel Writes
November 10: Bookworm Lisa | My Little Sunshines
November 11: I Love to Read and Review Books | Brooklyn Berry
November 12: Not Your Relief Society Book Club
November 13: Pixx Digital Media
November 14: Jorie Loves a Story | Mel’s Shelves | Sweetly Made

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Blog tour: ‘Faith and a Life Jacket’

Blog tour: ‘Faith and a Life Jacket’

Ben Bernards and Cedar Fort Publishing & Media are pleased to announce the “Faith and a Life Jacket” blog tour, which will run from November 1-14, 2016.

If you’re interested in participating in this blog tour, please email us or leave a comment below.

About the book:

Don’t just be prepared–be prepared well. Ben Bernards, popular youth speaker, presents this adventurous book of seven guiding rules and lessons to help train a new generation of missionaries. These invaluable lessons, from God’s measure of success to unexpected difficulties in the field, will apply to any missionary’s call, readying them for the great and challenging experiences of the Lord’s work..

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About the author:

Ben Bernards grew up in a big Mormon family in a small farming town in the heart of Utah County where he and his eight brothers and sisters were raised on a steady diet of Nintendo, Transformers, Dungeons & Dragons, and Star Wars. He geeks out on all that plus everything marching band, Marvel, and Tolkien (his autographed edition of Lord of the Rings is pretty much the coolest.)

He loves teaching youth the Gospel of Jesus Christ, whether it be in Seminary, Sunday School, at youth conferences or EFY. He served a mission on the Fiji Islands where he survived cyclones, rampaging natives, and swarms of giant bats while living in a hut in the jungle. (He still hasn’t convinced his wife to go back and visit.)

“Faith and a Life Jacket” blog tour schedule:
November 1: LDS & Lovin’ It
November 2: Christy Monson Books
November 3: Read for Your Future
November 4: My Book a Day
November 5: Brooklyn Jolley | The Things I Love Most
November 6: Pixx Digital Media
November 7: Laura Walker
November 8: Not Your Relief Society Book Club
November 9: The Power of One Girl
November 10: I Am a Reader | Mel’s Shelves
November 11: Bookworm Lisa | Brookie Cowles
November 12: Katie’s Clean Book Collection | Singing Librarian Books
November 13: Rockin’ Book Reviews | Reidhead Random-ness
November 14: My Little Sunshines | Fire and Ice

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Blog tour: ‘Defenders of the Family’

Blog tour: ‘Defenders of the Family’

Benjamin Hyrum White and Cedar Fort Publishing & Media are pleased to announce the “Defenders of the Family” blog tour, which will run from October 11-28, 2016.

If you’re interested in participating in this blog tour, please email us or leave a comment below.

About the book:

Defenders of the Family, assemble! God’s magnificent plan for us rests upon the strength of the family. In this engaging children’s book, discover the roles and teachings needed to unite your family, from devoted parents to extended members, all centered on the power of the gospel. Help your children see their families as they can be: incredible, empowered, eternal followers of Jesus.

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About the author:

Ben began an epic comic book collection as a boy and always cheered for the good guys like Spider-man. He developed his superpower of dancing and met his beautiful wife Keenan at BYU while part of the International Folk Dance Ensemble. They now live in Utah Valley with their five children where he teaches seminary. Ben enjoys dates with his wife, cheering on sports teams with his sons, and having dance parties in the driveway with his girls. He is also the author of the children’s book “I Hope They Call Me on a Mission.” He has also authored two more books: “10 Questions to Answer While Preparing for a Mission” and “10 Questions to Answer After Serving a Mission.”

“Defenders of the Family” blog tour schedule:
October 11: Myself as Written
October 12: Rockin’ Book Reviews
October 13: My Book a Day
October 14: Brookie Cowles
October 15: A Little Too Jolley
October 16: Brooklyn Berry Designs
October 17: The Write Path | My Little Sunshines
October 18: I Am a Reader
October 19: Singing Librarian Books
October 20: Reidhead Random-ness
October 21: Mel’s Shelves
October 22: Eccentric Eclectic Woman
October 23: Katie’s Clean Book Collection
October 24: Bookworm Lisa
October 25: The Morrell Tale | Sweetly Made
October 26: I Love to Read and Review Books
October 27: Bloggin’ ‘Bout Books | Little Red Reads
October 28: Making Life a Bliss Complete | The Things I Love Most

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