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The 3 Things That Matter the Most

I used to be pretty high-strung. Used to be. Four years ago I went through cancer. That tends to change the way you view the world, the way you view yourself and your place in the world, and the way you view God and His place in your life. It changes your perspective, your values. … Continue reading

Stay on the Rock!

We’ve been going to Gettysburg battlefield on a semi-regular basis for picnics for years. But one outing in particular stands out to me. It was a perfect Spring day; the sky was brilliant blue with only an occasional cottonball cloud drifting by.  The air was crisp and cool like a proper Spring day should be. … Continue reading

The Most Important Job in the World!

I have found the most important job in the world. It’s people oriented. No experience necessary. On-the-job training. Full-time; and I mean really full-time. But there is no benefit package: no vacation time, no sick days, and no personal days. The job is thankless, tiring, and demanding. You’re always on call, there’s always plenty to do, and never enough time to … Continue reading

Choose Wisely

In trying to teach our girls personal responsibility I’ve stumbled across a lot of conviction. What I teach them I can learn for myself. We all need a little reminding. Agree? Our culture is one of victimization. I’m a victim, you’re a victim, we’re all victims. Victims of society, victims of prejudice, victims of unfair … Continue reading

Alone in the Valley: Combatting Abandonment

Sometimes we cry but it seems there’s no one there to listen. Our pleas for help go unheard, our prayers unanswered. The shadows grow darker and the pain digs deeper. We seek help, comfort, any warm body to at least stand nearby, but we are alone, stranded in our sorrow, our hurt, our turmoil. No … Continue reading

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What readers are saying about A THOUSAND SLEEPLESS NIGHTS . . .

I have not been so deeply and utterly moved by a book in a very long time. A Thousand Sleepless Nights is a powerful and gripping novel that moved me greatly.
--Susan S.

A Thousand Sleeples Nights left me speechless as my heart and mind reconciled dealing with the trauma of cancer and a lifetime of regrets and finding God in the midst of it all. Sometimes a diagnosis of cancer can be God’s redemption.
--Jill J.

An emotionally steeped blessing of a story. One that pulled at my heart with one hand while holding a convicting mirror in the other.
--John U.

Great job. I hope and pray this book does for others what it did for me.
--Terri C.

I read A Thousand Sleepless Nights twice because it was that good. A very emotional story of a dysfunctional family, cancer, redemption and healing.
--Pat R.

I can really see how [this book] will be a blessing to many who have to face the devestation of cancer and loss.
--Tina H.

A Thousand Sleepless Nights will tug at your deepest emotions as it unfolds the evil of cancer and the power of relationships. The characters are endearing, real and relatable, as is the true battles they fight: illness, apathy, love, commitment and balancing life. King's novel strikes a vein, and sends hope to the heart of the matter--a fine read for anyone in need of healing.
--Donnalynn D.

This is a stirring novel that paints a great picture of cancer and its effects on not only those who have it, but their families and friends.
--Mark B.

A Thousand Sleepless Nights moved me so deeply I could not leave it alone until I’d read it completely. This bittersweet tale of illness--both physical and emotional--and the way lives are ultimately changed by its effects makes it a story for everyone, especially for those struggling to find forgiveness and healing.
--Claudette W.

A Thousand Sleepless Nights is a novel that touches you on a deep emotional level. It is a beautiful story about surviving, suffering, and what the true meaning of love is and how cancer, while devastating, can pull together a family torn apart by a past of neglect. A beautiful masterpiece!
--Joshua R.


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