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Here's an early review of The Flowers of His Field:

Once again this author has dug deep into what it is like to face life as a Christian in a world that does not always cooperate with our plans. Rosa has a dream which she firmly believes God gave her. She is acting on that dream. She has gone from poor to rich and is learning how to handle it all when the unexpected happens. This book deals with betrayal and murder, but how a Christian might handle such tragedies. It also deals with how to work with people in a small village hidden away in the jungles of Mexico, naive and wanting to stay hidden from the world. The author continually points the reader toward the simple life, even amidst turmoil. A good, clean read for teens and up.

~~Katheryn Haddad


I was reading through some of the sample chapters from my novels when I realized:
  • They were VERY hard to read at that column width. So I've narrowed the columns for each book.
  • When I pasted the sample chapters in the web pages originally, the quotation marks, apostrophes, ellipses, and em dashes were not of a type browsers could interpret correctly. I think I've finished correcting those now.
I am SO sorry about those problems. If I ran into those on somebody else's website, I probably wouldn't bother to try reading their material. I can't blame you if you're in that situation with me. I hope you won't have any problems reading my sample chapters now.

And if you ever run into something that doesn't look right or function correctly in this whole website, please let me know via "Contact Me."

About Reviews

You may not realize how important reviews are to authors, but that's why I dedicate a good portion of my home page to talking about some of the reviews my books have received. I recently published a blog post on the subject, and I hope many of you will read it here.

I hope you enjoy your visit and come again soon.

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