Today, Saturday, April 28, 2018, has been numbing. Not because of harm, but because of joy. I am numb in joy and want to share.
Jason has taken his first steps without a walker. Yeah! Such a joy with his determination…go, Jason!
Just received the copy of my new novel from Authorhouse with their request for final editing. I wish I could include the cover, but am unsure how that happens. Still, I’ll try. “Living Without Arms,” is Tricia Gleason’s 7th adventure. The jarring yet incredibly blessed event is for her and Nathan to celebrate the birth of this first child, born without arms. This novel will be available in about a month. More on the late news to update that.
And. Speaking of someone without arms, have written the first draft of “Faith Is A Dealbreaker”. First time at my writing non-fiction, as a narrative voice, after being with Jessica, her husband, Patrick, and her father, Bill. When I left Tucson for my return to Austin I broke down in tears in the plane because of the power and joy of the experience. Never have I met such a faith-filled person in Jessica Cox. I am honored to pound away on my computer as she in turn writes great poems and sermons with her toes on the touchscreen. They, of course, will take the editing time with the first draft.
This is the cover picture of “Living Without Arms” taken by Art Johnson, my San Marcos buddy: