I needed to drive to town yesterday to share lunch and sweet time with a friend. My usual habit is to play worship music while I travel but for some reason I did not turn it on and began the trip surrounded by quiet.
It seems I have been away from my life and day to day routines.
First came the mind wrenching month of November and the NaNoWriMo challenge to write 50,000 words. Yes, I met the deadline and the word count, just in time to begin a road trip to visit my mother in the Chicago area.
After more than two weeks away it was a delight to be home. I would finally have time to get back to doing the things that need to be done around here. And then...
I dove head first into the pages of Glynn Young's new novel A Light Shining and was swallowed up in the continuing story of Michael Kent and Sarah Hughes who I came to know in his first book Dancing Priest.
I dare not say too much fearing that I would spoil all the twists, turns and surprises that await a hungry reader.
You will find love. You will find unexpected suspense. And always you will find that the arm of God is never to short to save.
I do not know if there will be another book in the future that will continue or complete this tale, but I do know that I would surely welcome it.