Book Spotlight Just for Cat Lovers: Cats Are Part of His Kingdom, Too by Cindy Vincent

Cats Are Part of His Kingdom, Too
by Cindy Vincent
As Christians, sometimes it’s hard for us to comprehend the love our Heavenly Father has for us, His Earthly children. Author Cindy Vincent began to realize the depth of His love after caring for several rescued cats and then bringing them into her home. That’s when she began to notice the parallels between her relationship with these precious felines and God’s relationship with us. After all, as a pet Mom, she works in so many behind-the-scenes ways to make life wonderful for her little feline family, much like God works behind the scenes to make life wonderful for us. Yet much like her cats have no comprehension of all that she does for them, we have no comprehension of all that God does for us.

Before long, she began to see lots of parallels, and decided to put these down in the form of Daily Devotions, to demonstrate just how very much God loves us.

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Meet Cindy:
Cindy Vincent was born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, and has lived all around the US and Canada. She is the creator of the Mysteries by Vincent murder mystery party games and the Daisy Diamond Detective Series games for girls. She is also the award-winning author of the Buckley and Bogey Cat Detective Caper books, and the Daisy Diamond Detective book series. She lives with her husband and an assortment of fantastic felines. You can learn more about the Buckley and Bogey books at www.buckleyandbogey.com.

Giveaway: 
Help us spread the word about Cindy's sweet devotional book for a chance to win a Swarovski cross necklace or a set of the Buckley & Bogey Cat Detective Capers! To enter, read Cats Are Part of His Kingdom, Too: 33 Daily Devotions to Show God's Love (you can pick up a FREE Kindle copy HERE May 2-6!); write an honest review; submit your review to Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and/or Goodreads; and let us know you did so by filling out the Rafflecopter form below. The giveaway will be open for entries throughout the whole month of May, so you have plenty of time to read this short and encouraging book and review it. :) If you have any questions, please email the publicist (Amber) at amberstokes@editingthroughtheseasons.com.

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Oreo, doing his best Grumpy Cat impression!

Happy Reading!


Comments

  1. This sounds lovely, Renee. I adore cats.

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    1. Aren't cats such great pets? I love 'em, too! Hope you'll check out the rest of the tour, Suko - and don't forget that the book will be free for 5 days, starting tomorrow! It's an encouraging read that should especially resonate with cat-lovers. :)

      ~Amber

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    2. Cats are growing on me. Oreo isn't half bad. ;-) Hahaha!

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  2. Renee, thank you so much for taking the time to spotlight Cindy's devotional today! While I know you're more of a dog person, I'm glad this cat-themed book found a place on your blog. :) And Oreo is too cute! Too sweet to be Grumpy Cat, I think. ;)

    ~Amber

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    1. Thanks, Amber! I was glad to feature this book. I know a lot of my readers are cat people!

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  3. Awww...Renee, Oreo looks like a sweetie!

    Cindy's book sounds delightful....and free tomorrow! Very sweet! I'm looking forward to reading it and reviewing.

    Blessings!

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    1. And so sweet of you to check out the tour! I'm thrilled you'll be reading and reviewing the book, Sherida. :) Be sure to enter the giveaway once your review is live!

      ~Amber

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    2. Thanks, Sherida! I'm so glad you stopped by. I hope you enjoy the book.

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  4. Oreo looks very comfortable on that pillow.
    I'm looking forward to reading Cindy's book and reviewing it!
    Can't miss with kitties. ;-)

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    1. Yay, kitties! This book should fit in well on your sweet blog. :) So glad you'll be reading and reviewing it, Jill!

      ~Amber

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    2. Thanks, Jill! That's actually the dog's pillow but don't tell Oreo that! ;-)

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  5. Thank-you so much, Renee, for hosting us here today!! We truly appreciate it! And Oreo looks a lot like my Bogey. Though there's yet another black cat within the pages of this book that resembles Oreo, too, one we named Moose. Moose was so tiny when we got him, that he fit in the palm of my hand. His mom had been killed long before he was ready to be weaned, so we ended up bottle feeding him until he was old enough to eat regular food. Eventually, he grew into his name. What a joy he turned out to be!

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    1. Oreo was actually not fully weaned when we got him. He was just starting to eat solid food, so he does sound like Moose!

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  6. Thanks also to Suko, Sherida, Jill, and yes, of course, Amber!! So nice to have you all (or as they say in my part of the world, all y'all) be part of this blog tour. I hope everyone finds some special "take away" from this book. It was amazing to me how something so simple as offering a home to these cats opened my eyes to so much more . . .

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    1. *Hugs* to you, Cindy! I'm thrilled to be helping you promote this sweet book. :) Exciting that this day is finally here!

      So glad Renee featured you here today. :)

      ~Amber

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