This month’s non-fiction blog tour is for: Strength Renewed: Meditations for Your Journey through Breast Cancer. This book is part of a blog tour organized by the Australian Christian Readers Blog Alliance.

I was given the opportunity of reading a review copy of this book but since my husband had cancer 25 years ago I have found it difficult to read this subject matter. Nevertheless I felt it was worthwhile to provide the information here:

15-19 April

is introducing

(Revell/Baker Publishing Group 1 October 2012)
by
Shirley Corder

About the Author:
I am an author, registered nurse and cancer survivor (1997). I am also a pastor’s wife. I live in the beautiful Eastern Cape of South Africa with Rob, my husband of well over 40 years, a lively Jack Russell terrior who answers to the name of Zoё, and a hyperactive budgie named Sparkie.

Website is www.shirleycorder.com

About the Book:
Comfort and hope to sustain you through the months ahead.

Nothing saps your strength quite like a cancer diagnosis—unless it is the energy-stealing chemotherapy and surgeries you face in your fight against cancer. But you can find hope and strength in the pages of Scripture, and in the experience of someone who has been there.

In Strength Renewed, breast cancer survivor and registered nurse Shirley Corder combines her encouraging personal stories with powerful passages from Scripture to help you along the road to recovery. These devotions can be read in sequential order to move you through a typical cancer journey from diagnosis through treatment. But each meditation also stands on its own, so you can go directly to the entry that speaks to your need—right now.

You have a partner and a cheerleader in Shirley—and in God—on the rough road ahead. Let Strength Renewed lift you up as you travel.

South African Giveaway:
If you are from South Africa Shirley has a copy of her book to give away to one reader. Just leave a message on any of the blogs that feature Shirley this week and you will go into the draw. Please mention you have a South African mailing address.

Genre: Non Fiction