Dave, welcome to my blog. It's good to have you with us this week. I'm sure my readers would be interested in learning more about you and your new e-book published by Desert Breeze Publishing House. This may seem like a strange question, but why do you write? Do you prefer fiction or non?
I write for several reasons. First, but not necessarily the main reason, I write because it’s something I can do as a blind person. For years after losing my sight (1988) I sought some kind of traditional employment. When I finally realized I wasn’t meant to travel that particular road, several things happened to point me toward writing. But secondly, and maybe this is more important, I love to write. Plain and simple! I prefer fiction over non-fiction, probably because I read primarily fiction.
Whoa. That is a challenge.
Any advise to wanna-be's?
Now please tell us about your new book.
Zack Brenner is blinded after a mortar attack by insurgents in
penetrating gaze of a woman he saw in an email before he lost his sight is
seared into his memory. A failing family business back home in Iraq awaits his
return, and he must learn to live independently as a blind person. Incredibly, he can’t help fall in love with
the woman from the email. Pennsylvania
Jessie Weaver narrowly escaped the
on 9/11 after a
brief encounter with a handsome visitor who left an attaché behind. She is determined
to find him again, and her only hope is to work for the man’s family business,
now owned and managed by his blinded brother Zach. Jessie faces a test of
loyalty as she questions her devotion to a wandering stranger, versus her growing
compassion for Zach. North
Seeking to accomplish something, Zach is determined to climb his beloved mountain. A long buried family secret emerges, and a madman threatens the lives of Zack and Jessie. The Attaché is a story about overcoming obstacles, acceptance, and trust.
Is there truth in the words found in Scripture? “With man this is impossible, but with God, all things are possible.”
It sounds very interesting and you have agreed to offer a free e-book copy to someone selected from those who leave comments. We will select the recipient next Saturday - so please, dear readers, leave Dave a comment here and maybe you'll be the lucky person to receive a copy of his new book. Best wishes, Dave, and thanks for joining me this week.