Being a first-time, self-published author, I am pretty sure that I have not done everything exactly as I should have for the posterity of my book. In the past eight months, I have delved into the previously unknown worlds of authorship and publishing.
At some point, I will rehash the laments, the "I wish I would haves" in a blog entry. But for today, I am reveling in the categorized thoughtfulness of the newest review of In This Place. As I was writing the book, I knew that it touched on many facets of missionary life, human nature, cultural expectancies, and social struggles. But Valerie Sliker says it much better than I.
Read her review here
Or just visit her blog, Planet Pookie, here.
As I ready myself to edit and tweak the rough draft of my second book, In Every Place, I am encouraged and spurred on to continue the potent and honesty characterization that missionaries are indeed very human, struggling against the power of culture, social, and fleshly warfare.
Interested in taking a look at my book? Find an "inside peek" here.