A Lesser Human: An Anthology of Overcoming

Are you interested in what’s in my book?  Would you like a peek inside, before buying it?  What is my book about?

I suggest that you read the Introduction and find out.  Below is the Table of Content found in my book, A Lesser Human: An Anthology of Overcoming”  Enjoy!  Please remember that you can buy the book and read at your own pace!  The links are at the bottom of this post.

Table of Content
Chapter 1: A Lesser Human
Chapter 2: Summer of Hell
Chapter 3: The Builder
Chapter 4: Come Out of Your Hidey Hole
Chapter 5: Altitude, Attitude
Chapter 6: Collection of Poems
Chapter 7: Confidence
Chapter 8: Helping Someone to Overcome
Chapter 9: You Can’t Do It Alone!

https://insppoint.files.wordpress.com/2016/03/bookcover-e1463690586841.jpg?w=863The above is the Table of Content from my first book, A Lesser Human: An Anthology of Overcoming. If you enjoyed what you have read, then I invite you to buy the actual book. It’s currently available on Amazon.

My book is available in both, print and for the Kindle platform.  You can buy your own copy of my book, by clicking on the link, below.


Is It Time To Write A Book?

Is it time to write an e-book? This is not a rhetorical question; rather it’s a serious one.

The other day, I was reading a book written by a pastor named Ron Christian. It was a  very nicely put together book. The title is “Practicing the Presence”. I decided to look up the author and came across the website of the group distributing Ron’s e-book. The site is called SmashWord.

After looking at the cost, I am thinking of giving it, a shot. Here’s my rough idea. I would like to create a memoir style anthology. I’m not seeking to write a straight memoir. Rather, I want to compile a series of stories found on this blog. Each story would conceivably make up one chapter.

The question is, “What story would be best for a book appearing on Barnes & Noble or Amazon?” This is going to be a straight e-book.

The theme is more than just “overcoming”.  There’s also my personal view that my disabilities were never a prison. At least, I never thought so and neither did friends and family.

It seems I’ve come full circle. Years ago, some people have said that I should write a book. The time was not right. I simply was not ready. Today, I am asking “Is it time to write that e-book?”

So what stories should I put in “A Story of Grace”? As chapters will need to be longer than what appears on a blog; how can I expand on those stories? Each story would ideally take up a chapter.  Any ideas?