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The Angel's Song - A blonde, brown-eyed six year-old is hurt and hungry when she is momentarily transported to a place of peace and music filled with love. She doesn't understand what or why they sing, and she is filled with longing. But when she returns to consciousness, she has been abandoned by her mother and transported to the world of foster care. Suspecting that she's been kidnapped, she searches every face for familiarity. Her foster family tries to love and reassure her, but until they teach her to find her surest ally in prayer, she cannot learn the meaning of the Angel's Song and find peace in her turmoil. This little book will tune every reader's ear to hear the Angel's Song. Buy it today at (Amazon link to The Angel's Song). The first edition (102pp.) was published in 2004. A new, expanded edition (163pp.) was released in November, 2009. See my webpage for The Angel's Song for details about the book.

Rasmus - Tales of a Utah Cowboy - Rasmus Andreasen risked everything to travel to Utah to build Zion. But the wild mustangs in the high desert ranges weren't much interested in religion. Rasmus' bosses figured wild horses for wild people and sent Rasmus, barely out of his teens, alone with a trainload of wild horses into the thick of Mormon-hating Missouri where the Extermination Order was still in full force. Rasmus, Tales of a Utah Cowboy is based on the adventures of a flesh and blood Mormon cowboy with the audacity to stand down a mountainous Mormon hater, the wildest mustang, or the flooziest hussy in Joplin. The book was published by Shoppe Foreman Publishing in April, 2010. See my webpage for Rasmus - Tales of a Utah Cowboy for more information about the book.

That Thy Days May Be Long - This is an historical novel about slavery in the deep South. The manuscript is completed.

The Masterpiece - The manuscript is completed and awaiting publication.

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