I've talked about this book before, if I'm remembering right. It's nothing like my other books. It's filled with my faith and that faith is on every page. I won't apologize for that, but I feel as though a warning is the respectful thing to do for those that aren't interested.
It's also in first person present--another difference from my other books. And to be honest, I'm a little anxious to put this out in the world. It was previously published but never edited. I took it down roughly a year ago and I've sat on it until this month. Now it's been seen by my editors and they've polished it into something I love even more.
I prayed a lot about this particular book. See, when I wrote it, I was hurting. The kind that reaches deep and it feels like someone is squeezing your soul in their hands. This book is a product of that. There are bits of my heart on every page.
Anyway, just wanted to warn anyone thinking of reading it.
Here in West Texas, things are pretty much the same as last week. Toilet paper seems to be elusive. For a while I wondered why people needed so much of it, and then I saw their carts filled with bags of beans. Question asked and answered!
We're trying to use up what's in our pantry and fridge so we aren't moving so much stuff. Every day we get closer, and every day it feels longer than the day before. I'm kinda ready for more space.
This week's question is... well, it's not really a question as much as a checking-in. How are you guys doing? Are you okay? Do you have all the food you need?
Our grocery stores are nearly empty. My husband and I went shopping and there were no bananas at all and there wasn't a super selection of other veggies and fruits; a good portion of the meat was gone and the rice, beans, and peanut butter were cleared out. So, if you just want to talk, email me. I'm working on the first in a new series, but I'll answer. I hope you and yours are doing okay. It's a little scary right now.