Friday, November 16, 2012
The Blood Done Signed My Name Virtual Tour
Getting to Know More about M. Ann Ricks
What about your family, do they know not to bother you when you are writing - or are there constant interruptions?
Not usually. Most of the time I write when my sons are at school or engaged in other activities ( outside the house) and my husband is working. They pretty much know that when my office door is closed and my gospel house is playing that I am in the ZONE!
What does your husband think of your writing? Do you ever ask him for advice?
I often ask my husband for his advice and always his opinion. My husband really likes and is proud that I am doing something that I love. He seems to get the same rush that I do when God gives me something to share.
Fill in the blank favorites –Dessert: Triple Chocolate Cake City. Montego Bay , Jamaica Season: Spring Type of Hero.: Strong Silent Type of Heroine. Confidently feminine
What are some of your favorite things to do? I love to read (of course, ). Step Aerobics, Kickboxing and spending time with my boys and husband!
Where do you see yourself in five years? I see myself sitting on the movie set as I believe one of my novels will be on the silver screen!
Answer the following question and be entered to win an autographed copy of The Blood Done Signed My Name: What did my husband tell me during one of my pity parties? Go to my website, www.mannricks.net to find the answer....And come back tomorrow to find out even more about me!
About the Book Are the sins of the father and mother visited upon their sons and daughters?
Undoubtedly damaged, Honey Lamb is a descendant of a legacy of molestation, addiction, murder and bad decisions. As long as she could remember, she believed the unhappiness she experienced was bequeathed to her; almost as if her own blood tainted her DNA. Experiencing more than her share of misery, Honey believed she’d overcome her past when she married Mason. Unfortunately, unsettling memories emerge to crack the veneer of her happy existence. Feeling unable to escape what she believed to be her destiny, Honey makes a decision that may have ruined her life. Not realizing God places people in our lives, she embarks upon a journey that will open her heart to a divine inheritance. Will she accept what God has already given or shun the invitation of salvation, allowing her familial legacy to continue? Will she understand that Jesus redeemed us with a spiritual blood transfusion that could change us all?