I'm afraid I haven't been doing a good job of keeping you informed about my current project, independently publishing the prequel to Found in Translation, Rosa No-Name. Graphic artist extraordinaire Ken Raney has already designed my cover, but I'm postponing sharing it publicly for a little while longer. I'm ready to send my final self-edit to editor Cay Fultz as soon as she sends the contract and I sign and return it.
I'll be using CreateSpace to create the print version of Rosa and KDP (Kindle Direct Publishing) for the Kindle version. I haven't updated the sample chapter on my Read/Novel Samples page, but you can read the back cover copy here.
I've started adding videos from the nursing home ministry to the Listen/Nursing Home Recordings page. I plan to do more videos of my songs there because the "Voice & Guitar" drop down lists contain a number of duplicates. I think the videos will be nicer.
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 Amazon reviews have a 4.3-star average rating.
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.
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