Announcing our blog book tour!

We’re going on a book tour – a blog book tour, that is.

blog tour

From April 18 to May 2, instead of posting on our own blog, we’ll be making our way through the Catholic blogosphere and making daily stops to talk about The Infertility Companion for Catholics at the following blogs:

April 18: Matching Moonheads

April 19: This Cross I Embrace

April 20: CatholicMom.com

April 21: Chasing Joy

April 22: Frustrated Musings of a Seemingly Calm Gal

April 23: Karen Edmisten

April 24: The Thin Veil

April 25: Making God Laugh

April 26:  Patiently Waiting…Kinda

April 27: Little Catholic Bubble

April 28: Infertility Options

April 29: Lavished with Lemons

April 30: Joy Beyond the Cross

May 1: Pray, Hope, Don’t Worry

May 2: A Martha Trying to Be Mary

Surprise stop along the way at: Infallible Blogma

We are very excited about the incredible bloggers who will be hosting us and we hope you will pay them a visit. We invite you to follow our virtual travels as we are interviewed, as our book is reviewed and as we offer guest posts related to the topics of infertility, miscarriage, adoption and more.

As an extra incentive, they will each be giving away a copy of The Infertility Companion for Catholics so please check them out!

Many thanks to our friends at Ave Maria Press for helping to make this blog book tour possible!

2 Responses to Announcing our blog book tour!

  • Lisa Schmidt says:

    Greetings. I heard the two of you on Sirius/XM’s The Catholic Channel today. Fantastic interview. Thank you for your ministry! My husband and I run a blog, The Practicing Catholic. Is it too late to participate in the blog tour? We worked with Lisa Hendey on her book tour last year and would love to work with you, too.

    This is an area near and dear to our hearts. My husband is a deacon candidate in the diocese of Des Moines, Iowa and he has started a miscarriage/perinatal loss ministry as part of his diaconate formation requirements. The Holy Spirit is really working through the ministry, even in its infancy. Very thankful to have your book to add to our ministry library.

    Looking forward to hearing back from you. Godspeed!

  • Gabrielle Dufresne says:

    How wonderful to see two beautiful sisters in Christ raised up by God through their own suffering with infertility minister to other Catholic couples. I myself am a 50-year-old single women who referred two dear friends of mine to Dr. Thomas Hilgers at the Pope Paul VI institute in Omaha, Nebraska in 1991 after they experienced the loss of 6 pregnancies through miscarriage. They were hooked up with Dr. Paul Carpentier in Gardner, MA. While the underlying cause for these miscarriages was not sucessfully treated, they were able to go on and adopt two wonderful sons. To this day, I can still see the underlying sorrow in their eyes surrounding their miscarriages. Your book is a definite gift to any couple suffering from intertility/miscarriage.