Wednesday, May 2

A Symphony of Seasons book tour


Today, I'm happy to be a part of the book blog tour for A Symphony of Seasons, written by my e-friend, Connie Arnold.

Seasons of Life

Some days we feel depressed and blue,
Not knowing what we are going to do,
Struggling just to get through the day,
Wondering why life must be this way.

Do you ever feel this way? I imagine most of us have felt at one time or another that life is a struggle, and we don’t know what we should do. Yet often things will turn around, and we will have days when things seem to go right and we enjoy life again.

These ups and downs of life are a bit like the seasons. Throughout our lives we will encounter change time after time and need to learn to find the joy and beauty of life again in our new circumstances.

For the ups and downs we face there are reasons,
Like nature, our lives also have seasons.

In autumn the leaves fall, leaving the trees looking lifeless and bare. Have you experienced that sluggish, exposed feeling in your life? Or as winter turns cold and icy, have you ever felt like you have a cold, frozen heart?

But, oh, the joy when spring returns with new life and beauty abounding! It is certainly a season of hope and renewal, and God brings this season into our lives as well, filling us with hope, renewed vigor and joy.

As summer brings warmth, sunshine and usually increased opportunities for relaxation and fun, the Son’s light shines into our lives bringing warmth to our cold hearts and joy to our lifeless existence.

In good times and bad, it’s increasingly clear
Every life has its seasons through each passing year.

May God bless you through each season of the year and all seasons of your life!

This is part of a Book Release Blog Tour for A Symphony of Seasons. The tour schedule is posted on Connie’s blog so you can visit as many of the stops as you can to enjoy more poems, photos, videos, reviews, interview and receive entries to prize drawings at the end of this tour. 

The two prizes are a Vivaldi Four Seasons CD and a hummingbird suncatcher wind chime. Enter the drawing for these two prizes by commenting below. Additional entries can be earned for comments left on the other blogs during the tour and for sharing this post or any of the posts during the tour on Facebook or Twitter (be sure to post a comment here when you do that so you'll get your extra entries). 

Purchase a signed copy of A Symphony of Seasons from Connie’s website Inspirational Poetry of ConnieArnold or email conarnold(at)gmail(dot)com to receive a free gift with your purchase, a framed nature photo from one of the seasons with a short verse. Be sure to specify if you have a preference for a particular season.

A Symphony of Seasons is also available from:
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7 Responses
  1. Yes I have felt that way but thankfully Spring is coming

  2. Lynn, thank you so much for being a special part of my tour for A Symphony of Seasons! Your beautiful blog and especially your writing never fails to inspire me every time I come.

  3. Yes, Kim, I'm always thankful for spring too. It seems like a special season of hope and renewal. Hope you have a beautiful spring!

  4. Cathy Says:

    I love Spring! I saw your pretty book at Let It Grow Produce, Connie. :) Congratulations

  5. Cathy, I'm glad you saw my book and that Becky wanted to have it for possible Mother's Day gifts!

  6. lynnmosher Says:

    Kim and Cathy, thanks so much for stopping by and commenting on Connie's post.

  7. lynnmosher Says:

    Connie, it was my pleasure to let others know about your wonderful book. May it do well. Blessings to you!