Welcome!

Welcome to chicklitpower.com. I’m so excited that you’ve stopped by. Thank you! Please, let me know your thoughts on the site. This is the beginning of an exciting journey, and the more that travel with me, the better, so jot down this address, and keep coming back because we have lots to talk about. I’ll get to share with you step by step the process of this book getting published, and every time you and/or a friend stop by, it increases the chances of that happening. So thank you for being an important part of the book coming to print. We’ll talk about lots of other things, too, so be sure and contact me with blog ideas and/or questions, and don’t forget to sign up for our chicklit quarterly drawing for some awesome chick stuff. Until next time, when someone asks: “How are you today?” Tell them you’re blessed……

Evinda

Be Sociable, Share!

Tags: ,

16 Responses to “Welcome!”

  1. Trazee says:

    Hi there, I was on FB and S.F. told ‘all of us’ to check out your blog/book. So I did and I am glad you ‘wrote my story too’. I am on a very similar path and praise God my path is filled with Love. I didn’t see it that way until 6 months ago.
    I hope to begin my blog soon, so we can ‘meet up’.

    Thanks, Trazee.

  2. Debbie says:

    Hi, I met you this afternoon at Starbucks. Thank you for such an awesome website. Your writing describes my life in a nutshell. YUMMY ! ! ! A fullcourse meal. I for one know for sure that if it wasn’t for GOD I wouldn’t be where I am today.

  3. Stephanie says:

    Hi, love your website. I hope this goes through.

  4. admin says:

    Thank you, Stephanie…
    Your opinion matters… Keep checking in with us!!!

  5. admin says:

    Debbie,
    so blessed to have met you @ Starbucks. Don’t forget to keep checking in with us and also sign up for the quarterly drawing for a chick thing!!! Hope to talk to you soon. Be blessed
    Evinda

  6. admin says:

    Trazee,
    how exciting to have gotten your comment. Keep checking in and who knows, we may become blog buddies, thought i still am learning how to do all this.
    Blessings
    Evinda

  7. Valerie Rodriguez says:

    I can’t wait to see more, and read more. I check your site everyday, anxious for updates. And I really enjoy reading your blog. I love this website. It’s fun, inviting, warm.

  8. admin says:

    Valerie,
    Thank you for squeezing my heart and making me smile. Keep checking in… LOL
    Evinda

  9. Lisa H. says:

    Go Go Go Go Go Girl! Love the website. Well done, friend. I’ll keep checking in and keeping the journey in prayer. Thanks for the invite. Can’t wait to read the book. God is good, we are blessed, and He is in charge!

  10. Phylliss says:

    I’m so excited for you on this journey. I like the look of your book cover it catches the eye. Keep looking up.

  11. She Taylor says:

    Again, congratulations! I am touched by what I’ve read so far and look forward to getting my copy of your book. You’ve come a long way in your life, and I am so very proud of you. I remember meeting you for the first time back in the 6th grade, and knew that I had met someone special. I love the website!

  12. admin says:

    Thank you, Sheila. So good to be back in touch with you.
    Blessings
    Evinda

  13. admin says:

    Phylliss,
    THANKING God for the GIFT of you, your faith and your coveted prayers…… Keep them coming and keep checking in:) Hugs
    Evinda

  14. admin says:

    Lisa
    AMEN; AMEN; AMEN…… Thank you for being a special part of the journey!!!!
    Much love
    Evinda

  15. Steve says:

    It’s exciting to see “such” a work at “such a time as these” are today. The freshness of your site and the freedom you’re giving and asking for people to have in expressing their “junk” and realizing the power of “the secret” or secrets we all have inside ourselves and the bondage we are in until we realize the need to have someone hear us. I was in a “process group” last week and someone asked how I was feelling about my daughter’s husband being in Afghanistan. I shared about my daughter’s pain and I was asked about mine. I didn’t realize I had all this fear and sadness for him and her. He shared his greatest fear was getting captured. I cried in the group and prayed out loud for me thinking selfishly that God will do what he will do. But as my “Abba Father / Daddy” he was me to ask his favor and spare my son-in-law pain. It was freeing to share with a group I know I’m safe to be real with.

  16. admin says:

    Steve,
    There you are! So good to hear from you, and what a powerful experience that you shared. THANK YOU sounds so trite for sharing something so huge and transparent, which is exactly my heart’s desire for this website to offer. I’m so blessed by the gift of you.
    Evinda