Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Confession . . .

As a hobby, I've written a few books over the years. I'm quite self-concsious about my work, so I haven't really ever told anyone. Caytee was helping clean the house months ago, and she came across one of my manuscripts. She read it, and insisted I try getting it published. Thanks to her, I'm proud to now officially announce that a local publisher has agreed to print several of my books. For those interested in purchasing a copy, please visit my new website. Thanks for the help in setting that up Curt.

It's essentially Christian fiction with an LDS twist. You'll notice a few family experiences that I have woven into each story. Here are a few examples.

A Test of Faith -- This is a story about how a local scoundrel broke the arm of a sweet 11-year old Providence resident.
A Bride So Fair -- Can you say Miss Franklin County?
Fair Game -- A story of a young boy's struggle to make his rocket fly. Think October Sky but Mormon.
Ticket to Remember -- A local boy band sensation gets his chance to punch his ticket to stardom.
Home for Christmas -- Christmas excitement as can only be seen through the eyes of a child.
Dog Days -- An Atlanta couple find out how much they miss their family and friends back home.
A Stitch in Time -- The Constitution hangs by a thread, and democracy as we know it becomes a think of the past.

Anyhow, thanks for all of your support throughout this new chapter in my life. It means so much to me. And don't forget to check out my new Facebook and Twitter pages.


Michelle said...

AWESOME!!! I will be the first in line to buy these books. Love it! Down right hilarious!

Caytee said...

That is classic! I love it! I recognize those pictures. I agree, these books will go down in history!

leah said...

So glad to see you blogging again! I can't wait to see your stories, I'm sure Deseret Book is all over them. Please don't fashion any characters after me.

Kjirsten said...

I don't know why that last comment came written by Leah, it was clearly, mine.....
just sign me: "your biggest fan!"