I've lost count of how many blogs I've started, but I know how many books I've written. To date, I have 18 titles available in a variety of genres. Probably, though, if you're here, you'd like to know about the inspirational books.
The Latter-day Testimony Series is written from the Mormon perspective, utilizing quotes from the KJV of the Holy Bible, The Book of Mormon, The Doctrine & Covenants, and The Pearl of Great Price (canonical works in the LDS church). Each is a short read, good for a lazy afternoon or as part of a thematic gospel study regimen (scary word, regimen ... no kale or push-ups required). These books are all either free or 99c in e-book form (depending on the distributor), and $6 for the paperback. Profits all get divided between the Church's Humanitarian Relief fund and the Perpetual Education Fund.
The Little Devotional Books are written from a more mainstream Christian perspective, relying solely on the NIV translation of the Holy Bible for texts. The first two are humorous and anecdotal in character, good for waiting rooms and daily devotionals. The third traces my conversion story as a possible example of how to gain a testimony of Jesus Christ individually. It also has questions for self-assessment and spiritual growth. Pricing for these books is also in the free or 99c for e-book camp, and $6 paperbacks.
I'm linking the series titles here to Amazon, but for more buying options (iTunes, Kobo, Nook, etc.), visit my author website at LiaLondonBooks.com.