Welcome to the online home of Audra Jennings, a book publicist and crafter. Here I share about both. I hope you'll find books you'll want to read and crafts you will want to order. I live a rather boring, single life. At times I would like to think I am humorous. In the past, blogging about current seasons of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette were a big part of the blog. I'm giving that up though. I just can't handle it anymore.
Too much quality time together? Sign-up for Spouse in the House!
Join me on the tour
in the House by Cynthia Ruchti and Becky Melby!
Both hard copies and
eBooks will be available.
The tour dates will be September 28-October 14. I'll be sending out
emails about who made the tour around August 13, and books will go
out in late August/early September.
The day before the tour starts (September 27), I will send out more
details, including a book giveaway, a Q&A, and the form for you
to submit your tour links.
A frank and funny look
at what to do when together is too close
Two's company, especially for those who love each other. So what
happens when--due to retirement, working from home, or even running
a business together--spouses find that being in the same space all
the time is awkward, complex, annoying, and just plain challenging?
How can partners coexist without co-exhausting each other?
Cynthia Ruchti and Becky Melby know all too well how adjusting to a
new, all-the-time closeness can cause the bliss of marriage to form
blisters. Drawing from their experiences, and from men and women
across the country in the same situation, the authors take a deep
breath and dive into the root causes. They dig into the ways God's
Word has to say, and they offer practical tips for learning the
spiritual, emotional, relational, and even physical steps that can
help readers replace irritation with peace.
For any Christian who wants their home to be a refuge of peace and
serenity for all--not just themselves--and who wants to know they
aren't alone in the mental and physical claustrophobia of too much
togetherness, Spouse in the House is
a vulnerable, charming, and pragmatic breath of hope.
About the Authors
Cynthia Ruchti tells stories of hope through
novels, nonfiction, devotionals, and speaking events. She serves as
the professional relations liaison for American Christian Fiction
Writers and is a frequent speaker at writers conferences across the
country. Find out more at cynthiaruchti.com.
Becky Melby is an author and
speaker, with more than twenty books to her name, including four
cozy mysteries for Guideposts’ Secrets of Wayfarers Inn series.
Find out more at beckymelby.com.
Both make their homes in the heart of Wisconsin with their
respective retired spouses, and are longtime best friends.