Ta-Da! Here is the long awaited cover for my new book, Adventures of Faith, Hope, and Charity – Finding Patience. I hope that you like it!
The turtle on the cover represents patience. Ever see a turtle crossing the street? It takes foreverrrrrrr! If a turtle is to move at it’s own pace, then we must be patient and wait for it to cross the street on its own. Somewhere within the body of the book, your children and grandchildren will find the turtle, if they look hard enough for it.
On a grander scale, the story centers on the oldest daughter Faith who has moved to a new house, in a new town, and wants to make new friends, ASAP. Friends can’t come fast enough. New friends will give Faith a sense that she belongs in her new surroundings. Journey with Faith as she struggles to make new friends; yet, in the process learns the value of the virtue of patience.
Her sisters and parents all try to help; but it is God who makes all things possible. God is at the forefront of this story, where children will learn that it is God who is the benefactor of all grace and virtue. The ending has a surprise that will surely put a smile on your child or grandchild’s face!
The book will be available in paperback at Amazon.com. It will also be available as an e-book on Amazon’s Kindle, Barnes and Noble’s Nook, and Apple’s I-Pad.
Anticipated Publication Date
Drum roll please…(rat-a-tat)… Now for the news that you have all been waiting for: the publication date! If all goes according to plan (and I have a great team of people working on the plan), the book will be published on Tuesday, August 25, 2015. Prayers are needed and requested.
Call to Action
Okay, family, friends and followers of this website. I now place this information in your hands. Here’s your mission, should you decide to accept it: Share this post with all of your own family, friends, and followers on all social media venues. Blast it on Facebook, Twitter, Linked-In, Google +, Pinterest, Instagram, and any other social media site. Help me to get the word out. Everyone knows a child or grandchild who could benefit from having this book read to them or by reading it themselves.