Welcome to the “SEASONS” Blog Tour! @ErnestineRose25 #RRBC

Welcome to the

“SEASONS” Blog Tour!

Ernestine has some interesting reading for you at each stop along her tour, so if you miss even one stop, you’ve missed a huge treat!

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The Author is also hosting a giveaway during each day of her blog tour. Simply leave a comment on each stop to be entered to win. You can win a copy of one of her e-books or even a $10 Amazon Gift Card!! (There will be a total of 13 giveaways!!)


Monday, 2/4/19

Shirley Harris-Slaughter

Tuesday, 2/5/19

Laura Libricz

Wednesday, 2/6/19

Beem Weeks

Thursday, 2/7/19

Michelle Abbott

Friday, 2/8/19

D. L. Finn

Saturday, 2/9/19

Charles Jones

Sunday, 2/10/19

Carol Marrs-Phipps



Like life, grief has its own set of seasons. We all will eventually face them head-on, in our own time and at our own pace. No matter what our loss, we must learn how to endure and survive our seasons in order to live fully again.

In a memoir that follows the metaphor of the seasons, Ernestine Rose provides an enlightening glimpse into her walk through grief after her beloved husband of forty-one years passed away in 2016. Beginning with the season of summer, Ernestine first recounts the year preceding Art’s death as he bravely battled sarcoidosis and eventually succumbed to the disease. As she leads others through the often cold and lonely seasons of autumn and winter, Ernestine details how she grieved her monumental loss and slowly learned how to live without Art. Finally, as she reveals her entrance into spring, Ernestine discloses how she found renewal, hope, and faith in a new beginning while gently reminding others that we all heal in our own time.

Seasons is the true story of a widow’s journey through the seasons of grief that shares words of wisdom that will help those in mourning to learn to live, love, and dance again.

Author Bio:

Ernestine Rose grew up on the west side of Chicago during the turbulent 50’s and 60’s. Adopted by an older couple, she spent a great deal of time as a child reading and participating in dance and drama club activities in school. Bradley University and the University of Dallas prepared her for a successful career as a teacher of English, speech and theater in Peoria and Fort Worth, where she earned numerous educator awards.

 As a retired public school teacher and mother of four sons, she made her debut as an author with the publication of three books: 7 Tips for A Successful Marriage, Raising the Roses, and Tales from the Family Tree, all in 2012.  She later produced a romance novel, Monday Morning Blues. Her most recent work reflects her experience as a caretaker and widow, Seasons: My Journey through Grief. Inspired by Toni Morrison and Alice Walker, her focus in both writing and theater is on the power of language, love, and family. Follow her on Facebook, Twitter, and her website, http://www.rosefreelance.com.

Contact via:

Twitter:  @ErnestineRose25


Guests, thank you so much for taking the time to support Ernestine and her inspiring tour.  We invite you to share your comments with her below!

Ernestine is also a member of the best book club ever – RAVE REVIEWS BOOK CLUB #RRBC.  If you’re looking for amazing support as an author, or if you simply love books, JOIN US!  We’d love to have you! 

If you’d like to book your own blog tour and have your book promoted in similar grand fashion, please click HEREThanks for supporting this author and her work!

4 thoughts on “Welcome to the “SEASONS” Blog Tour! @ErnestineRose25 #RRBC

    1. I am! It’s so good to have the support of fellow authors and to see my work on different platforms! Thank you for supporring!


  1. Shirley Harris-Slaughter February 4, 2019 — 9:37 pm

    Congratulations Ernestine on your tour starting today.


    1. Thank you for hosting!


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