My Interview with Don Massenzio

I want to thank Don Massenzio for interviewing me and posting it on his blog. He did a great job.

The interview was posted on his blog Tuesday morning, April 5. Unfortunately, we were traveling from Tennessee to Alabama and I didn’t get his email letting me know it was happening until just a few minutes ago (9:15 p.m. April 6, Central Time U.S.A.)

If you would like to learn a little more about my novel, Mending Fences, or about me as an author and person, you can read the interview at https://donmassenzio.wordpress.com/page/2/.

Let me know what you think.

Goodreads Author!

Goodreads Author!. Kevin Cooper, aka The Story Reading Ape has landed an author interview at Goodreads! He has written several great books and has updated his bio. Be sure to check it out. Find him on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest too.

Get It Free

Greetings dear friends, followers, and fans. Today is the first day that Mending Fences is available for free on amazon.com. It will continue to be free through October 1. The story is about a Viet Nam veteran turned pastor named Robert McGinn. He loves the Lord and his family but seems to always be away helping someone else when a crisis happens. When his little girl dies, his wife April, decides she no longer wants to be a pastor’s wife. Even his son Jack turns on him. After the funeral Robert moves from their home in Tennessee to Oregon. Seventeen years later he is diagnosed with a terminal illness (a rare disease described on CDC website). Now he has some decisions to make. Amid recurring nightmares of various types of broken down fences, he is trying to decide if he has enough time to mend those broken fences of his life, and if he does, will anyone care?

See the author interview at http://www.indiehousebooks.com.

I am so excited about this. This is a first for me–advertising and/or marketing on the internet. It is also difficult because I don’t like to call attention to myself. This life isn’t about me; it’s about God and how much He loves us and wants to provide for us as a father would for his children. We just have to invite Him into our lives. My prayer is that, through my writing (which is a gift from Him), others will come to know how much He loves them and wants to help them through the struggles, trials, and tribulations that come just from living. If we never had a problem we wouldn’t know we needed God.

Thank you all for repsonding and reading. I promise to try to do better at responding to your comments.

Sincerely,

Aleta Kay

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