Here’s another terrific new book that you will be sure to want to check out!
Title: Eve’s Apple
Author: Marie Therese Kceif
Synopsis: A Witness of God’s Faithfulness: Marie struggles to grow in grace and guidance from the Lord while slowly recognizing her own rebellion. She intimately shows us the highs of her aviation, military and automotive careers and the suffering lows of abuse, bankruptcy, and divorce. Her relationship with God grows through it all. Eve’s Apple is a witness of how God gently guides one of His Eves into a slow freeing surrender of a Mary’s trusting, “Yes.” This is a journey of hope, faith, and real relationships!
Available on Amazon in softcover and hardback:
Also available at the Publisher’s Website:
The author is giving away a free e-book code to a lucky winner each day of the Virtual Book Tour. The first commenter on this post on “Catholic Working Mom” will receive the special code!!
There will also be a Goodreads Giveaway: (drawing to occur April 26)
Here’s a bit of information about the author, Marie:
She grew up on a farm in Wisconsin. Marie Therese Kceif went on to have a varied full life. She holds a Bachelors of Science in Mathematics. Marie became an active duty US Army Captain and pilot, automotive manager, bible study leader, RCIA guide, lector, speaker, writer, mom and wife. She now lives with her husband in Fenton, Michigan.
Eve’s Apple has received some great reviews:
Joseph A. Marsigla, COL, MS, Commander, US Army: “Some words that come to mind are warm, introspective, wonderment, I could go on and on. The talent God has given her has allowed me to look at my life, to look at things I have not thought of in some time. I see many parallels and similar struggles. This book is one of those rare jewels that can change lives.”
Father David Harvey, Senior Catholic Priest: “An able storyteller and an adept communicator. She speaks with conviction and grace.”
Jill Savage, Hearts at Home founder and CEO: “She has a story to tell, and she tells it well. She’s honest and open about the less-than-charming part of her story. Most important, however, she is candid and sincere about the work God has done in her life. Our moms were touched by her story, and I know you will be, too.”