APA announces Lord of the Ringless 2010 Finalist

(New York, NY)—The Audio Publishers Association (APA) announced  Lord of the Ringless a finalist in the 2010 Inspirational Nonfiction Faith Based category. APA’s award ceremony is the only  competition in the United States recognizing and honoring spoken-word entertainment. Winners will be announced at ceremonies on May 25, 2010 held at The Museum of the City of New York.
Audiobook Lord of the Ringless—written by Dee Aspin and narrated by Julie Williams—inspires readers with forty stories of single women sharing their faith-filled journey with God as they navigate through the conflicts and challenges of everyday life.
The rich narration by Julie Williams, K-Love radio personality and voice-over artist producer, is accentuated by the musical arrangements of Stephen Powell, music director weaving the work together. Finally, the No.1 gospel platinum hit by composer-singer Carla Sullivan brings the book to a fitting close and moving experience as the dedication song. Graphic artist Ken Hofheinz of Synergy Design captures the spirit of the book with the cover design.
Lord of the Ringless Audio book is available for purchase exclusively at www.LordoftheRingless.com in the bookstore. Delivery 1-2 weeks. Dee will sign the audiobook if requested when ordering. It will be available soon as a downloadable link through audible.com, or itunes. The audiobook can be supplemented by purchasing the paperback book and corresponding Bible studies (40).

T Nelson Audiobook Finalist

The Midwest Book Review: Reviewer’s Bookwatch (May, 2009)

Faith and dating are not always the easiest things to mix together. “Lord of the Ringless: Women Devoted to God and Desiring Marriage” is a guide for single woman of faith who wants to keep their faith as they hunt for their other half. Applying the lessons of scripture to dating and coping with being a single woman in the modern world, author Dee Aspin draws on her own experience and hopes to help other women see the light at the end of the tunnel. “Lord of the Ringless” is well worth the investment, and is highly recommended to Christian singles.

Susan Bethany

Bethany’s Bookshelf, Midwest Book Review
James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief

Author’s New Release Proves God Is Lord of the Ringless (Summer, 2008)

LONGWOOD, FL—In Dee Aspin’s new Xulon Press title, Lord of the Ringless: Women Devoted to God and Desiring Marriage (paperback, 978-1-60477-711-9), the author teaches that the hunt for a marriage partner doesn’t have to feel like the long trek to the base of Mount Doom. Single Christians can live with intent and purpose, seeking to please their first love, Jesus Christ. They can pursue their dreams and date with hope—and women can find love at any age. The book features a collection of stories about women who have weathered the daily battles of life courageously and even victoriously, finding a life love the first and second time around, after the age of forty and fifty. And Aspin should know—after working with singles and in singles ministry for 25 years, she has witnessed firsthand the power of Christ to intervene in the lives and loves of fellow women like herself.
Read the full review.