America of We the People by Terry Overton ~ Book Review + Giveaway

March 14, 2022

 


About the Book


Book: America of We the People
Author: Terry Overton
Genre: Christian, Inspirational, Patriotic, Poetry
Release Date: September 29, 2020


This is an inspirational patriotic Christian book for those who feel pride in the United States of America and support the Constitution and America. This is a collection of famous quotes, original poetry, short essays or musings, and Scriptural references. If you are looking to read short works of heartfelt poems, quotes, and essays valued by those who follow an American and Christian way of life, you will enjoy this book.


Topics include patriotism, soldiers who see war for the first time, September 11, 2001, Benghazi, Afghanistan, faith in America, first responders, the Vietnam and Korean Wars, and topics of the current times such as vaccine mandates, media, liberty, and identity politics.


A portion of the sales of both the paperback and eBook versions go to the Tunnel2Towers Foundation for veterans and first responders.

 

Click here to get your copy!

 





My Thoughts


Now this is was a very good little book! I have actually added it to our homeschool home reference library to use during our history time. In the day and age we are living in this is the kind of book we need to remind ourselves on what our beloved country was founded on. You can immediately tell that the author loves her country and God. You will read quotes from past presidents and world leaders. She also talks about the wars we have fought and encountered and all written in the form of poetry. 

This country was founded in God and it should remain so. So keep praying people and do not despair for God has everything under control.


My Rating: 5 Stars/Loved it! 

I received a copy of this book through Celebrate Lit. I was not required to post a positive review. All views expressed are only my honest opinion.




About the Author


Terry Overton is a retired university professor of educational and school psychology. She has an Ed.D. in Special Education and a Ph.D. in Psychology. Her professional experience includes teaching public school, teaching at the university level, and being a college dean. She has two children and six grandchildren. Her writing and publication experiences include textbook and journal articles in the fields of special education and school psychology. She seeks to answer God’s call to share the good news and grow the church by writing Christian books and devotionals. Her book Both Sides of the Border is a Firebird Book Award winner in the categories of Cross-Genre, Socio-Political Fiction, and Women’s Fiction. Her book, America of We the People was awarded the Firebird Book Award for Socio-Political and Political categories. She and her husband live in the southern tip of Texas where they enjoy semi-tropical weather and spending time with their friends and family.

 

More from Terry


“America of We the People” is a work from my heart. Dedicated to my dad who is a three purple heart Marine Veteran who served and fought in the Korean War as well as my grandson, in the 82nd Airborne, another dear friend in the 82nd Airborne who was in Kabul the day it was bombed and we lost 13 servicemen and women (he is home now and was not injured), my son, who is a captain in the Fire Department, and other first responders, police, and military servicemen and women. It is written in memory of all who perished in war or due to direct terrorism attacks.

 

On the day Kabul was bombed, I watched in horror, knowing we had a loved one there. Weeks passed before we knew he was not injured and was on his way home. A poem, written for him, describes the difference between his face before and after combat. Two poems were written for my dad and were based on his stories of the Korean War and letters he received. Poems were written reflecting my own experiences growing up during the Vietnam War when we watched the names of those who were killed, injured, or missing in action, displayed on our televisions in our living rooms as we watched and prayed, we would not see the names of friends and family.  Other poems were written for leaders around the world. And, poems reflecting current events, such as the border crisis, human trafficking, and other issues we face, like the pandemic (some are satirical).

 

The goal of the book was to convey what seems to be facing our nation and to note concern that our country has lost sight of God. The book was written to encourage others to pray for our country.

 

There are famous quotes about patriotism, soldiers, wars, and leadership. Short commentaries and essays are included along with verses from Scripture.



Blog Stops


Girls in White Dresses, March 2

Debbie’s Dusty Deliberations, March 3

Blossoms and Blessings, March 3

Texas Book-aholic, March 4

Inklings and notions, March 5

For Him and My Family, March 6

An Author’s Take, March 7

Happily Managing a Household of Boys, March 8

deb’s Book Review, March 8

She Lives To Read, March 9

Locks, Hooks and Books, March 10

Ashley’s Clean Book Reviews, March 11

Because I said so — and other adventures in Parenting, March 12

A Modern Day Fairy Tale, March 13 (Spotlight)

Spoken from the Heart, March 13

Musings of a Sassy Bookish Mama, March 14

Truth and Grace Homeschool Academy, March 15





Giveaway




To celebration her tour, Terry is giving away the grand prize package of a $50 Amazon gift card & copy of the book!!

Be sure to comment on the blog stops for nine extra entries into the giveaway! Click the link below to enter.

https://promosimple.com/ps/1b4bc/america-of-we-the-people-celebration-tour-giveaway




4 comments

  1. Sounds like an interesting read.

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  2. My brother would like this book.
    Thanks for the contest.

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  3. America of We the People sounds like a great book to read and I like the cover! Thanks for sharing it with me! Thanks, Musings of a Sassy Bookish Mama, for sharing your thoughts! Have an awesome day!

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  4. Thank you for sharing your thoughts on this book, it sounds like a wonderful poetry collection

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