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Just A Boy! It’s Here!

Just A Boy - Cover“JUST A BOY”—my new book—is now available! The paperback can be purchased on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and through the publisher, Outskirts Press. Now available on Amazon Kindle, too!

AMAZON

AMAZON – KINDLE

BARNES & NOBLE

OUTSKIRTSPRESS

Click on any of the four links above to purchase your copy!

THANK YOU!

 

 

 

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A Pretty Sweet Deal

When my book of daily encouragements, Be Still, came out, my publisher encouraged a sweet deal 2me to do the whole advertising, book signings, etc., thing, and I did so with great expectations. Visions of grandeur danced in my head, as I bounced merrily on the springboard of what I perceived to be success, fame and fortune. Read the rest of this entry »

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“JULI” ~ How Low Can It Go??

Despite the overwhelmingly positive reviews on my new book, JULI, we’ve dropped the price of the Kindle version to a rock bottom $2.99! If you haven’t read it yet, you best git with the program! JULI - COVER

It will also be available soon in “autographed” paperback at Texas Trading Post-Fun Texas Stuff–the best on-line store for EVERYTHING Texas! I’m not kidding, Linda sells all things Texas, and she has some cool stuff! If your a displaced Texan, or just a fan of our great state, take a look at her site. (You can also buy signed, paperback, copies of my book of daily encouragements, Be Still, from Texas Trading Post-Fun Texas Stuff.

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“JULI”

I walk beside the river most days, and on many of those days I stop at the place where I’ve watched some folks walk across it to the other side—the side where God waits patiently for us to come and join Him. Over the past few years, I’ve begun to notice things—things that had somehow slipped past me before—and one of those things is that the river is never the same. I’ve come to the conclusion it’s different for each of us, and the reason is we fill it with our own thoughts and deeds, hopes and dreams, fears and confusion. The river can be peaceful and serene, it can be raging and angry, or it can be something in between or on either side of those things. In a nutshell, it is what we allow it to be, because in the end, it’s all about choices, and we’re the ones making them. And the biggest choice we will ever make is whether or not we cross that river.

I’ve got a lot more to say about “The River Between”, and you’ll find some of it in the first book in the series, “JULI”.

JULI is available through AMAZON for the super low price of $6.42! And! It’s also available on Kindle for only $3.45!!

Click here to check it out —> JULI 

JULI - COVER

JULI isn’t available on Kindle yet, but should be available soon!

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“JULI” IS HERE! (It’s about time!)

I wrote the first two installments of a series of novellas I call “A River Between” several months (maybe longer) ago, and due to many factors, was unable to get them published. But, at last, here is the first in the series, “JULI”!

JULI is available through AMAZON for the super low price of $6.56!

Click here to check it out —> JULI 

JULI - COVER

JULI isn’t available on Kindle yet, but should be available soon!

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2013 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 21,000 times in 2013. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 8 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

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Maybe This One

Sometimes opportunity knocks and for varied reasons we choose not to answer. The usual excuse is fear—fear of failure, or of being disappointed. And then there are those times when we choose to move across the room of safe familiarity and open the door; perhaps due to encouragement from a well-meaning acquaintance, only to find beyond the open door a world not meant for or perhaps simply not ready for us or what we have to offer. But if we love to ride, we must climb back into the saddle and continue down the path. We will never reach our destination if we cease to move toward it. Read the rest of this entry »

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