If you're a regular visitor, you may have noticed some changes on this website. I've replaced many of the embedded videos with buttons to activate the videos to make page loads faster and smoother. I'll be doing more of that, but I'm pleased at how much better this home page seems to be doing.|
Another change on this page is in the left hand corner of the header: the official cover for Rosa No-Name, the novel I'm independently publishing using CreateSpace and KDP. Didn't graphic artist Ken Raney do an incredible job!
My manuscript is currently in the hands of my editor. Once I get it back and make the necessary corrections and revisions, I'll be looking for some readers who'd like an ARC (Advanced Review Copy) to read and—if they desire—post honest reviews of it on Amazon and Goodreads once I complete the publication process. If you'd be interested in doing that—you'll get a free ebook—please let me know via the Contact Me tab.
If you would like to be part of Rosa's Tribe, which will give you day-to-day word about my progress, go to Facebook here and sign up to be part of the group.
I haven't updated the sample chapter on my Read/Novel Samples page, but you can read the back cover copy here.
The Devil and Pastor Gus is a suspenseful and—at times—quite humorous satire.
Martin Luther is quoted as saying, "The best way to drive out the devil, if he will not yield to texts of Scripture, is to jeer and flout him, for he cannot bear scorn."
And that's the purpose of The Devil & Pastor Gus: to ridicule the Devil in a way I hope is both entertaining and thought-provoking.
Read some of the reviews of The Devil and Pastor Gus on the Reviews page or all of them at Amazon. The forty-three Amazon reviews have a 4.3-star average rating. NOTE: Three reviews have been removed from Amazon at my publisher's request, but they're still included on my Reviews page
Here's the most recent review:
"This is such a great book couldn't put it down once I got started interesting and gives hope that you can beat the devil and know God's love is never ending."
A big brotherly hug to all of my world-wide guests, no matter where you live. I hope you enjoy your visit and come again soon.