Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Missy Tippens lives in Georgia with her wonderful, supportive, pastor husband (her very own real life hero even though he's not too handy around the house). They have three perfect children. Well, maybe not perfect, but they're loving and fun and are God's greatest blessings. To add chaos to the household, they have two dogs and a cat.

Missy was a stay-at-home mom for 16 years, writing for about 10 of those years. She owns a home-based business that she works a couple of hours a week, and for the last two years, she taught an Anatomy & Physiology course at a local technical college. Teaching was fun, challenging, and very rewarding. She truly loved it and feels blessed to have had the chance to discover that fact. However, she recently decided to write full time. Writing is her passion. And, she hopes, her ministry. She truly believe God has given her stories. And from the wonderful emails and letters she's received from readers, it has amazed and blessed her to hear how He has used them.

Her latest book, A Family for Faith, released in April 2011, from Love Inspired.

Missy is giving away a copy of her book A Family for Faith. Be sure to stop by The Borrowed Book on Friday for your chance to win.


  1. What a neat idea for an interview! Loved getting to 'meet' Missy and hearing that gorgeous accent! I've read A Family for Faith and loved it.

  2. Thanks for stopping by, Kav!! And thanks for watching. You know, I can hardly stand to watch it myself. Can't stand to hear myself talk! LOL (Do others feel the same way? I never have liked hearing myself on the answering machine. haha)

  3. Also...I wish I could show some of the deleted takes. Oh, my. Hilarious! Once I proudly held my book upside down. That was the best one. :) And still, the one I saved shows I couldn't remember the title for a split second. :)

  4. Missy, this has made me so lonely for you!!! Lonely for Elizabeth, too.
    Great interview.

  5. That was so much fun!!! I totally grinned the whole time. I sooo miss you!!!!

    Great, great, interview! I want a southern accent.

  6. Thanks, Mary and Tina. I miss you, too!!

    You know, it's funny. When I listened to myself on this interview, I thought I talked without an accent! LOL

    I also recently went to the Southern Kentucky Book Fest in my hometown. My college roommate made fun of how I get more and more accent the longer I'm in Georgia. :)

  7. Had so much fun putting this together, Missy. Thanks so much for appearing on The Borrowed Book!

  8. And yes, you have an accent. But then again, I've been told I do, too. LOL!

  9. Well, I'm glad I don't have an accent!! (I can hear Lisa laughing now.)

    Seriously, Missy, it was great hearing more about your book. You did a terrific job on your first video interview.

    Sandra Robbins

  10. Thanks, Sandra! And I do believe I remember you having a slight accent. :)

  11. I'm 2 days late, LOL - - but still wanted to comment because I loved your interview, Missy! You seem like a natural and so poised. This book sounds great too. :)
    Hugs, Patti Jo

  12. Patti Jo, thanks for listening! You're so sweet.


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