April 4th, 2012

I enjoyed seeing many of you last Saturday (March 31st) at the Ft. Union Deseret Book store. Thank you so much for stopping by my table. It was such a fun signing!

Anita Stansfield (http://www.anitastansfield.com/) was on my left, Josi Kilpack (http://www.josiskilpack.com/) behind me—she was serving banana splits to promote her new mystery—Wendy Paul (http://www.wendypaulcreations.com/) on my right—serving cupcakes and cookies to promote her cookbooks—and the Lion House clerk checked with me every few minutes to see if I wanted anything to eat (for free). I was too busy signing books and visiting to get any of the treats! With my food allergies, I wouldn’t have eaten anyway, but with such a wonderful, crazy crowd of women it sure made it fun.

A Woman’s Power is selling well thanks to you great readers. I will be in Arizona at the Latter Day Cottage signing books on Friday. I’d love to see all my Arizona friends there. So please come in and say hello—April 6 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (2820 East University Drive, #102, Mesa—corner of University and Lindsey).

It was good to see many of you at the Relief Society Celebration on March 29th. Thank you for inviting me to speak. I will be speaking at the Draper, Utah, Crescent 25th Ward LDS Book Club on Tuesday evening, April 24. If you’d like to come, drop me an e-mail and I’ll send you the address and definite time.

Here is the link to a wonderful, unexpected review for A Woman’s Power. Thank you Shauna at “Trying to Stay Calm” blogspot.


If any of your friends would like to join my newsletter list, please encourage them to like my facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/FayKlingler) and send me an e-mail to add their names. I will be adding to my list any additional names I receive by April 11th. That afternoon all names on my list will be put in a container for a drawing for a complimentary copy of my small, gift book Daughters of God You Have What It Takes!

I hope you all have a beautiful Easter and a happy spring. With the tulips just opening outside my office window and the pink and white blossoms now on the trees, there is a marvelous feeling of renewal and an appreciation for new beginnings. Thank goodness Jesus Christ gave us the ultimate hope for “doing it right.” Each new day provides the opportunity to correct our paths, knowing He will forgive us if we do our part and follow His guidance.

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