Guided and protected by unseen forces, encouraged by Mama’s visits and accompanied by his faithful dog, Hound, Jake runs away from the cabin in the Appalachian Mountains. And Father hunts him down with the very rifle he used to kill Sam and Mama.
This page-turning drama features believable and engaging characters and their struggles with the most important choice of all. Tragically realistic, this emotional rollercoaster is a vivid, shocking story based on the ultimate standard of truth.
A man with Asperger’s Syndrome and a Spider Man alter ego struggles to free himself from his life-long bully. But, when a disaster threatens the bully’s family, will he put aside his emotions to help? What would Spider Man do? Book One in the Simon Says series.
Truth or Dare
Poor choices and vengeful actions, yet we have many of the same needs as Simon does. His journey to reconciliation illustrates how God uses our broken lives for His ultimate purpose and glory. Book Two in the Simon Says series.
Tug of War
A masterful tale of how abuse through the generations is healed through the gift of God’s grace and forgiveness. Compelling and masterful. Its message will stay with you long after you finish reading. Book Three in the Simon Says series.
Mary—a baby in book one of the Simon Says series—is now a six-year-old facing the ordinary challenges of growing up and beginning school. But she also must adjust to the new knowledge that the man she knows as her beloved Daddy is not her real father. Can she learn to love and trust someone new? Book four in the Simon Says series.
Book One of the innovative series of Interactive Picture Books for those suffering from Alzheimer’s, their loved ones, and caregivers. Original poetry, captivating art, and poignant discussion questions.
Book Two. This book sets the stage for meaningful conversations, strengthens connections with others, and allows individuals with Alzheimers to reconnect with their spiritual lives.
Book Three of the Interactive Picture Books for Alzheimer’s patients and their caregivers. It sets the stage for meaningful conversations between the generations as they recall and discuss holidays that were enjoyed in each person’s earlier years.