More Good News

Happy New Year dear friends. It has been quite the year, but as I look back I find so many blessings from God. Also, thank you so much for your encouraging words concerning “Wednesdays with Wyndham,” including pictures you have sent of you while reading it. I have loved those. They have warmed my soul and lifted my spirits. Thank you! 

I’ll share more on future blogs, but today I want to share some more “literary” good news.

There are now three ways to get “Wednesdays with Wyndham.” It is now available on Kindle, as well as paperback. I also received a box of books so that I can sign them and then arrange a way to get them to you. Just let me know if you would like a signed copy mailed to you, or if you are local and want to arrange a way to pick one up.  I’ll include the links for the paperback and Kindle versions.

Also, for anyone willing, Amazon reviews are quite helpful for letting more people know about the book. In fact, books don’t get much outside attention until there are numerous reviews. I would truly appreciate any reviews you wish to offer, especially encouraging ones 😊. If you go to the book on Amazon, you can write a review. My prayer is that through this book, faith can be strengthened and ignited—and hearts encouraged and fed.  

Here are the links to both the paperback and Kindle versions. Happy reading! In a future blog, I will be sharing some of my favorite books from 2020 as well as a new blog series.  



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  1. Stephen Ryan

    Your book is such an amazing way to honor who Wyndham was, and the legacy of lives he impacted! Loved the blog! Love even more the book! Sits by my bed and is my go to before bed! One or two chapters each day. And often going back to a chapter I read already to absorb it more! Already over halfway through and will probably keep reading for a while when I’m done.
    You are a gifted writer and I can’t thank you enough for sharing your truly blessed life with Wyndham with each of us! I had left the church about 8 yrs ago and was restored 2 1/2 years ago! I read your blog through out the time away, and it held me together through that extremely hard period. Your blogs were I’m sure a blessing to you, to process your pain and love! Never doubt the impact those blogs had on so many!
    My wake up call sadly was Pete McCreary passing! (Judy’s husband). God had been working on my heart, even in a time spent with Pete a few years before! His brother was a close friend and had also left the church! I went down for the funeral, and called his brother and told him I was going back to church! He had been feeling the same and so we studied together and were restored together Nov 2018. His Grace is amazing and my gratitude for it immeasurable!
    Sent a couple of your blogs to Judy. Am so glad you have connected! She is an amazingly powerful woman of God. When she shares in our family group, every one intensely listens! Pete’s brother and I both are amazed at her depth of thought and insights!
    This is going on more than I planned.
    Just wanted you to know the impact your’s and Wyndham’s life’s have had! Just ordered my fifth copy. God bless you and your family in this new year!

    • jeanieshaw

      This means more to me than I know how to express. Thank you for sharing this with me and I’m so glad you are back. I have wonderful memories of you. I am so glad to hear from you and also it means a lot to know Pete’s passing had eternal impact on you. I never got to know him but am happy to have connected with Judy. She truly is an amazing woman. Thanks again. Love, Jeanie

  2. Kitty Chiles

    But I’d hogging Wednesdays with Wyndham so I have to be patient. And we are just leaving Copenhagen after visiting Geoff and Jen. She really wanted your Paul book so…. your words are spreading.

    Love, Kitty

    On Tue, Jan 5, 2021 at 11:29 PM My Morning Cup – Refilled… wrote:

    > jeanieshaw posted: “Happy New Year dear friends. It has been quite the > year, but as I look back I find so many blessings from God. Also, thank you > so much for your encouraging words concerning “Wednesdays with Wyndham,” > including pictures you have sent of you while reading i” >

    • jeanieshaw

      Thanks so much for your encouragement, Kitty. And, your contribution to the book. So glad you got to visit Geoff and Jen. I had no idea they live in Copenhagen. How long have they been there?
      Love you,

  3. June V

    Dear Jeanie,  I absolutely love this book!!I’m also purchasing it for my friends!I look forward to listening to Wyndham when I too reach our heavenly Home!!Your sister, June Varas

    Sent from Yahoo Mail on Android

    • jeanieshaw

      Thank you so much, June. This means a lot. Love, Jeanie

  4. Susan Parra

    Hello Jeanie,
    I am inHartford with The Gonets, one of my favorite families!
    Do you have any more books to sign?
    I can venmo you the money or transfer if you have Bank of America or just send a check.
    If you don’t have anymore, I will get it offAmazon.
    Thank you,
    Susan Parra

    Sent from my iPhone

    • jeanieshaw

      Hi Susan. I do have some books and I do venmo. I will see Kristen tomorrow and could bring it to her if that works. Let me know. Is it signed to you? Love, Jeanie

  5. Trish Gilroy Peters

    Jeannie, I thought I ordered your book on women in the church and Paul on Kindle but I guess not. I can’t find it. How do I get a copy?
    Thanks, Trish Peters

  6. Barbara K Beverly

    I would love a signed copy if you have some left. I can send a check or whatever is easiest.


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About Jeanie Shaw

After retiring from forty-five years in full-time ministry, Jeanie Shaw went back to school to earn her master’s and doctorate in spiritual formation and discipleship. She also serves as a certified Christian life coach who loves helping people discover the joy, peace, and purpose that come from finding and following God’s plan for their lives. She has taught classes and workshops all over the world and has written numerous books. She has four grown children, eight grandchildren, and a golden retriever who thinks he is human. When she is not reading, writing, coaching, teaching, or enjoying her family she might be found walking along rivers, learning new lessons about life.

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