My business associate Barbara Ann Oliver emailed me this afternoon that my book CHOOSE! has arrived from the printer today.
Our US representative (Barbara Ann is in Costa Rica right now) told her the book is in perfect condition and looks really good.
I’m anxious to get my hands on it.
Here’s the info that’s being sent out about the book:
CHOOSE! 13 Choices to Transform Your Heart and Soul is just in time for a great graduation gift, a personal motivator or a group study.
Life is not predetermined nor destined. People have great power in their choices. In almost poetical language, the author hones in on important choices such as contentment, gratitude, failure, health, humor, people, focus and ambition, among others.
For more information, see this PDF file or go to the website:
“Well written, this book encourages and motivates the reader to make wise, scriptural choices in life. A book not easy to put down, it is excellent for the classroom, coffee table or as a gift.” – Glenda Williams, Geneva, Alabama
A short while ago I emailed the manuscript of my speech for the Maywood Missionary Retreat, to be included in the book. I imagine that it will be available online in electronic format as well, perhaps next week. We’ll pass on the word as soon as we know something.
In the meantime, below are the five points I’ll be making from Philippians 1. Continue reading “One down, four to go”
Back in Nov. 1982, at a book sale in Abilene, Tex., I bought a fascinating little tome, Poems of Whittier. Or as the title page has it: “Poems By John Greenleaf Whittier,” published by Books, Inc., New York & Boston. No date given.
It’s fascinating for two reasons. On the inside front cover (hardback), a decal bears the printed name of the original owner, Patricia Moore, with a poem by children’s author Emilie Poulsson: Continue reading “Whittier’s Trumpet”
Brazilian Zeal Missions newsletter: New effort uses material. Group rebounds. Next book. Continue reading “New effort uses material”
Vicki went by the post-office box this morning, and Richard’s book had arrived. Continue reading “Richard’s book in hand, interview online”
Richard Mansel has become a good friend. He’s a faithful writer, an organized editor and an indispensible coworker in Forthright. Continue reading “Proud for Richard”
As with many e-ventures, I’m an occasional participant on Facebook. But we’ll make use of it for this group. Continue reading “Facebook group for Forthright Press”
The warmth some people feel for pets I feel for my books. Continue reading “Cloudburst Poem: My Library”
I left Tuesday on a writing trip. While I was gone, Vicki got spat on. Continue reading “Writing and spitting”