Monday, February 26, 2018

In Defense of Little Lost Leon

Yes, my latest eBook, Little Lost Leon, is now out.  No, I do not have it on FishHawk Droppings yet.  For I am wanting to reformat the site to pages instead of blogging, as it now is.  Nonetheless, you can download Little Lost Leon [here] or I will email it to you.

The feedback has been very encouraging.  In fact, I feel like this is THE ONE to get the proverbial ball rolling, so to speak, but three have balked.  For they said that the first chapter is just too descriptive for them to go further than five or six pages.

Alas, it would be quite unreasonable to expect everyone to like it.  For there are different strokes for different folks, as they say, but I would still like to explain what the first chapter, which is by far the worst in that regard, is all about.

The first chapter of Little Lost Leon provides a very small taste of what our Heavenly Father has been enduring to accomplish His purposes in this world—plain and simple.  No, He most certainly does not delight in such despicable behavior, but He delights in where it is leading.

Little Lost Leon does become lighter and back to darker.  This pattern repeats throughout the book, which is actually five different storylines leading to a very bright ending.

No, Little Lost Leon will not be a delight to everyone, but you just might be surprised that it may be to you.  Besides, the price is right.  For with all of the books I have been given to publish, Little Lost Leon is offered for free, but with my personal finances still being quite desperate, I also ask for a small donation from those who receive some value from the book.  Just a dollar would help so very much.

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  1. Thanks for stopping by, my dear Jenny!!! Be assured that I greatly appreciate the encouragement. I would love to hear what you think of the book if you have time to read it someday.

  2. I still haven't gotten around to reading it yet but I will.

    1. Thanks for stopping by, my dear Ann!!! Thank you so very much. I look forward to hearing what your think of the book. Please tell Gibbs that I am sorry for failing to give him a very honorable mention in it, and I promise to make amends in the next one.

  3. I'm not sure what these people meant by "too descriptive." I don't see that as a negative thing at all, unless of course the writer in question has no skills whatsoever... and judging by what I've been able to read so far, you are definitely not in that "bad" category as a writer. I haven't had a lot of time to read it yet, but whenever I have, I was intrigued enough to want to keep reading. Good luck with this project, Jerry.

    1. Thanks for stopping by again, my dear Silver Fox!!! He is a true Grammar Nazi, who became plumb indignant over his eyes being exposed to such poor writing. On the other hand, I harbor no delusions about it being perfect by any way, shape or form.

      Be assured that I so appreciate your support, but I suppose it can be said that you are just adding to the delinquency of this pitiful writer. Sigh.


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