Skip to main content

The Release Date Is Finally Here!

Today is March 1, 2018! Last June I was told March 1st was my "release date" for my book Not Really A Princess. And that my publish date was going to be April 1st. I actually had no idea what a release date was until recently. And I probably still don't fully understand.

I have recently been told that all of YOU who have pre-ordered my book will soon receive your copies because it has been "released" from the distribution centers. The publish date is when you can go to stores and find it.

I received copies of my book when the printing was complete. Those were shipped to me and the rest were sent to the distribution centers. From the distribution centers they will be sent to various bookstores around the country and to all of you who have pre-ordered. I am fortunate that my book is being distributed by Ingram, the largest book distributer in the world.

Thank you so much to all of you who have ordered!


Many of you have shared about how the book has blessed you. So if you enjoyed the book and would like to do a review please do so. I would love the feedback! If you have bought it off Amazon then you do the review on Amazon, or if you have bought from Barnes and Noble then do the review on their site. You may also leave a review on my facebook page ~ Nicki Corinne White.  Thank you all so very much.

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

What Goes Around, Comes Around

Yesterday was an interesting travel day. I am attending a conference in the lovely Pocano Mountains in Pennsylvania. My husband was asking why they would have it in PA in January. I think he was hoping for warm weather. That is partly because we are from the west and the mountains are big and the passes are more difficult. It was an easy drive on highway the entire way though and the mountains are more like hills. You are gradually climbing. I kept thinking how gorgeous it must be in the fall with all the colorful leaves on the many, many trees.

My husband, Craig was returning from a business trip and was going to meet me at Newark airport. His flight would get in about an hour before mine and then he would be able to come with me. Yay!

I got up at 4am Boise time and went to the airport and had no issues getting on my flight. I benefit from Craig's air miles and am a lifetime 1K so I am able to get on the plane first. I got on the plane, found my seat and put my briefcase in the …

Did I Mention Food?

Writing a book on Hospitality encompasses far more than I ever thought it would. I mean I began with the idea that we should all invite others into our home and make them feel welcome. Like they can come any time and put their feet up and have no worries. I wanted to convey somehow that we can also be helpful to our neighbors and friends especially in a time of need.

       So I began writing. I had my chapters planned. HA. I had no idea what this project would entail. I decided that it would be a good idea to add a few recipes and home ideas to help people who struggle with having people over. Maybe it would make them more at ease inviting people. Wow, it just exploded. The more things I added...the more I wanted to add. Now there are over 35 recipes, how to's, testimonies of people telling how others helped them in hard times and quotes and Bible verses encouraging us to show hospitality to those around us.


       The photography for such a project has been amazing. I hav…

Slaying Goliath

David slays Goliath. One of the very favorite Sunday school stories for kids. I am sure there were some great flannel graphs for this. What kid wouldn't want to hear a story of a young lad killing a giant with a sling shot?! I did not go to church when I was young but even I had heard the story.


Now, as an adult, having read through the book of 1 Samuel a few times (it is a fav), I read through that story and think its great, yeah but the other night I was reading and other aspects of the story really hit me. In chapter 16 the Lord tells Samuel to go to Bethlehem, that he has chosen one of Jesse's sons to be king over Israel. Samuel looks at the oldest and thinks he is the one but then the Lord says in verse 7, "Do not look at his appearance or at the height of his stature, because I have rejected him; for God sees not as man sees, for man looks at the outward appearance, but the Lord looks at the heart."

Now David was the youngest of Jesse's sons and a shepherd.…