Monday, August 27, 2012

How "Faith, Hope and Gravity" came to be!

Did you know that the main character in Merrill Osmond's book is named "Liam?" It's there for a reason... it means "defender"... but I also like it because it kind of sounds like "Merrill" said backwards. 
Whether you're an Osmond fan or not, "Faith, Hope and Gravity" offers a thought-provoking adventure story about talents and unique abilities and what we do with them. (And, yes, everyone has talent.)
Many people have asked how I came to write Merrill's book. It started after my friend, Alicia Feree, who knows sign language, joined my writing class. She was acquainted with Merrill's son, Justin, and referred him to me to write his story. Once Justin's book, "Hearing with my Heart" was done, (CLICK HERE!)  Merrill asked if I'd be interested in working with him on a book project. We talked, he gave me his notes, (a LOT of notes) I read and outlined, we talked some more, I wrote, we read, and talked some more. And what we came up with is "Faith, Hope and Gravity."
If going on a world-wide reading adventure while discovering insights to make your life happier sounds good, be sure to get your copy on August 29 (that's just 2 days from this post!) You want to get yours then because you'll be richly rewarded! Your free gifts include Merrill's new music video and song written specifically for "Faith, Hope and Gravity," ebooks, training seminars, podcasts, and additional music!
See how happy I am?
I would love to see you smile at all the free gifts you get with your copy of "Faith, Hope and Gravity" on Wednesday, August 29th!
Let August go out on a high note... (if Merrill can even sing one.)
Here's your sneak preview: Faith, Hope and Gravity
Now you know where to meet me on Wednesday!
Thank you. Have a good day, a happy day, a reading day.


Cindy Beck, author said...

Good luck ... hope you get lots of sales from the book bomb!

Shirley Bahlmann said...

We already hit the Movers and Shakers list in the UK and the day's only half over! We're #3 in the nation! It's like a dream come true!

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