About the Book

January 18, 2010 at 12:06 pm (Uncategorized) (, , )

Buy the book.

Buy the book from Amazon.com.

Buy the Kindle edition.

The King Will Make a Way is a new Christian novel for the last days saint.

This end-times story of faith and perseverance is an allegorical tale set in a village long ago. Gabe is the only one who knows the truth-the true King is still alive. Vulpine is determined to become king himself and will stop at nothing to force the villagers to give him their loyalty.

Will the servants of the true King fight to overthrow Vulpine? When the servants face imprisonment and death, will they switch loyalties? What will become of Gabe when Vulpine realizes he’s been teaching others about the King? Where is the true King?

Living through the daily uncertainty of plague, persecution and even martyrdom, the servants of the true King learn that there is one thing they can always be sure of-The King Will Make a Way.

It is my prayer that this book will challenge you and inspire you, not only to walk by faith but to give yourself wholly to following the King.

A compelling and captivating story written with such rich image-inducing language. This story is one that demonstrates the true test of faith, and the reward for unwavering devotion. For those in need of a faith restoration, seeking affirmation, or searching for the greater good, The King Will Make a Way is an inspirational novel bound to fill your heart with love. Action sequences, sacrifices made for love, and breath-taking suspense make this a book to be read and enjoyed by both young and old. – Jen Greene, teacher


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It’s Here!

November 27, 2012 at 11:15 pm (Uncategorized)

The second edition, new improved, of The King Will Make a Way, is making its way onto Amazon.com. It’s been professionally edited and is waiting for you at my online store. There’s time to order for Christmas presents.

The book will be available on Kindle in a few days and on Amazon.com within a week. I set the Kindle version to allow you to lend the book out to other Kindle users so please share!

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Second Edition Update

October 17, 2012 at 10:33 pm (Uncategorized)

I’ve received the edited version of my book and have submitted it for publishing. The next step is waiting approval and then a proof copy to check over. It’s exciting to start over.

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Second Edition

October 10, 2012 at 9:52 pm (Uncategorized)

I’ve taken my proceeds and invested them into getting the book professionally edited. I’m resubmitting it to be published and will let you know when it’s ready. You can start thinking about giving the book as a Christmas present.

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A Question

January 4, 2012 at 7:05 am (Uncategorized)

Someone wrote and asked me about the content of the book, asking about reading it to her 6- and 8-year-old children. The email address she left didn’t work when I replied, so here is part of my response. This book is written for teens and adults. Young children won’t be able to follow all of the plot without explanation.

It simply was not written for children, though I had in mind that it might be read aloud in front of younger children and was careful in the wording. There may not be oozing blood and the romance is more G rated than that of a Disney film, but there are a lot of sad events in the book. Many people die. It’s just not a children’s book. That being said, my children have read it and others have read it to their elementary school aged children. The choice is ultimately yours.

The book is a good tool for discussing the end times, the sovereignty of God, having faith when the world around you is fearful, marriage, service and dying to self to live for God.

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Another Great Review!

June 23, 2011 at 9:06 pm (Uncategorized)

Debbie over at Debbie’s Digest has posted a review of my book. Take a look. Here’s one quote from the post:  “I have only one regret with this book… that I did not make it a priority to read sooner. I loved it!

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New Review

May 4, 2011 at 6:45 am (Uncategorized)

Another blogger has posted a review. It’s great! Check it out over at The Basics of Life.


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New Reviews

April 4, 2011 at 6:30 am (Uncategorized)

I’ve added some new reviews to the reviews page. Here are a couple of the latest I’ve received. I would love to hear from you after you’ve read the book!

I believe the Lord has used you to speak out a message of surrender and trust in a way that is tangible and sweet.  His desire for us to trust him is for us, for our benefit – as you know and have experienced – not just because he said so.  Your story portrays the sweetness of that, and the beauty of knowing, really knowing him!  I have already told people about your book, and I plan on telling many, many more.  It is not just a good story.  It is a powerful message of how peaceful and full our lives can be in the midst of ANY trial no matter how difficult or painful, and how we do not have to fear.


I am finally reading your book!!!!  I LOVE it!!!! I have been so inspired to spend time with the King!! You have been anointed for such a time as this to remind the body to sit still before the throne so we responsibly pass on the King’s message to those who are yet to find Him — can’t wait for my next moment to read!! Thanks for all the effort that went into crafting such a beautiful story.


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Blogger Review

March 15, 2011 at 7:30 pm (Uncategorized)

I’ve had a few bloggers request to read my book and review it. Here’s a link to one.

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Leave a Review

January 10, 2011 at 3:00 am (Uncategorized)

Who’s read the book?  Leave a review at Amazon.com.

Who hasn’t gotten their copy yet? Order it here.

Want to read it on your Kindle? Order your Kindle edition, here.

And you can always let me know how you liked the book by leaving a message on the blog.

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In Time for Christmas

December 14, 2010 at 11:28 pm (Uncategorized)

Some people have asked if the book will arrive in time for Christmas. They seem to be arriving within a week’s time, or less even. I don’t think you’ll have a problem getting them in time to give as presents.

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