We who preach and write, do so in a manner different from which the Scriptures have been written. We write while we make progress. We learn something new every day. We speak as we still knock for understanding...If anyone criticizes me when I have said what is right, he does me an injustice. But I would be more angry with the one who praises me and takes what I have written for Gospel truth than I would be with the one who criticizes me unfairly. -Augustine

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Published in: on January 8, 2010 at 7:38 pm  Leave a Comment  

Held by the Wounded Hand

I just finished a book that is the best book I’ve read since I published Ishmael four years ago. This one, titled, Held by the Wounded Hand, is even better than Ishmael! It is approximately 260 pages and I couldn’t put it down…I took me the last three nights to read it and when I finally reach the last ten pages, I was hoping that nothing more would happen that would cause my heart to start racing again…there were so many unexpected heart pounding events! And wouldn’t you know it, that these last ten pages set me up for the most unexpected event of them all…I was totally blown away. Last night I had to stay up reading until about 2am because the main character had just been tied up and left on the beach with the tide coming in. He was told that unless he said at least one vulgar word he couldn’t be admitted into the club (a group of directionless boys). Well, this boy named Galvin was as stubborn as they come and you could beat him to a pulp before he did something against his convictions. That’s what makes this story so great. It is about a very stubborn boy who needs to learn when to use his stubbornness and when to yield. Great for all ages…a family favorite for years to come. I can’t wait to publish this one. Thank you Lord! Oh, by the way…which title do you like best? Held by the Wounded Hand or Held by the Reins, or Holding on to the Bridle

Published in: on January 8, 2010 at 7:35 pm  Leave a Comment