...you sure a prolific writer.
I suppose I am ... 36 books so far.God bless, Tom.
I was just re-reading a few chapters of Man and God yesterday morning. 36? Congratulations!
Thanx Mevely. Some of my books are humourous. They attract new readers who hopefully will venture to read the Christian books and get to know God better.Thank you for your loyal support. God bless you.
Looking forward to reading your latest, Victor.Blessings!
Thank you so much for your continued loyal support, Martha. My latest, "Murder in the Monastery", is a crime whodunit novel featuring Father Ignatius. I have, however, included some Christian thoughts that may have crossed all our minds at one time or another.God bless always.
I'm impressed Victor. You always have something to say and share. Thanks for sharing your gift of writing with us.
Thank you, Bill. I try to keep the price of books to the minimum just to cover production costs with minimum royalties. Some books are FREE from www.holyvisions.co.ukGod bless always.
Dearest Victor,You are an active writer for a great cause!Try keeping it up.Hugs,Mariette
Thank you Mariette for your encouragement.God bless you.
36 books?! I should try harder. I've got 25 chapters of something just sitting in a folder on the shelf because I can't work out the ending yet, nor how to tie together parts one and two sufficiently well to make part three.
I'll admit I sometimes get stuck with my books, River. Especially the ones where there is a plot to follow, like a detective story, (The Priest and Prostitute. Murder In The Monastery. The Case Of the Mystery Crime. And so on). I sometimes get the main character stuck in the plot and cannot get him out of a tight corner. Like in my latest, (Murder In The Monastery), where Father Ignatius is suspected of murder.My advice is to persevere. Don't rush. Take your time and the plot will unravel in your head.Good luck. God bless.
It takes me while, but I will finally get around to reading some of yours. I published 11 so far, but cannot get back on track. Just running across your blog, via Meverly, you have been a blessing.Sherry & jack
I hope you enjoy my writings, Jack. Thank you so much.God bless you and Sherry always.
Wow, that's a lot! The Lord is using to you say a good bit.
Thank you my friend.God bless you and yours, Mimi.
I PRAY FOR ALL WHO COMMENT HERE. God bless you.