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I work for GOD! I write many nonfictions that are really just scribing the history of HIS Stories. My tales are Christian based; at least one of those books points directly to HEAVEN. I explain how bad situations and good ones have the potential to bring hope and love along with stronger faith.
My favorite question during book interviews is: How did you get started? The short answer is that my mother died. Some people dream of being authors; my writing began as what could be described as a nightmare! HOWEVER- as she died, mom’s experiences ran the gamut from going through all the grieving steps a terminal soul follows to having what would be called a Christian Near Death Experience (NDE). When most of her messages from God panned out, people in my area buzzed with the story of my parent’s death. My witness became my first book entitled Mom’s on the Roof and I can’t Get Her Down. After that, I completed seven Christian based, inspirational nonfictions.
Changes were coming! Due to a genealogy study, after meeting with some cousins at a local grave yard, I wrote my first novel. Talk about relatives coming out of the woodwork when they think you are famous. I am jesting- of course! My relatives handed me some incredible family secrets asking me to compile a book. I agreed but only if it could be a fiction with tons of poetic license. To date, I’ve released four novels.
Then, the really fun writing started. Last year, while working for free at my daughter and her husband’s Christmas tree lot, I blogged my experiences. My encounters that holiday led to my first children’s book ‘Frasier the Fir is Forever Green.’ There are, now, five unique, picture books to choose from. FYI: one of the titles feed homeless and impoverished children through its royalties.
on Jan. 04, 2012 :
The adorable story of a Fir tree and his life. Told from the Fir's point of view it shows each step of the growing process. The love, care and the horrible weather this poor Fir must endure. It's a terrific tale for year round, not just at Christmas.
I think children will love this story but so will adults. It's a quick read with lovely illustrations. Your children will want to read this or have it read to them often. I couldn't find anything wrong with this book.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)