So... I see that this was originally intended as the first in a trilogy. What happened to the second book you were working on?
Not enough people bought the first one, so the publishers didn't want the second, so it was never written.
Well that's a sad story 😔 ... I would love to hear more about these three friends and the next part of their journey.
Yes —though I did manage to segue some of what I'd planned sideways into a book called "52 Original Wisdom Stories".
Well, I just bought it on Kindle -- especially because I saw that you had "the Dones" in mind...and I was interviewed at length by Josh Packard while he was preparing his book, Church Refugees, about this phenomenon.I think Esme is a bit of a Done, and Jabez and Ember, too, and I relate to her in so many ways [except being older ;^) ]I look forward to reading it. I'm encouraging a young church planting pastoral team near my house... we'll see what Father has in store. They're my ministry; The Campfire Church is my home. #grateful
Thank you so much for buying it, and for being part of The Campfire Church. Worldwide, we are at a time of finding new ways to be. x
Jabez is wonderful but there is something special and rather classy about Ember, her vivacity and fiery, steely outlook that I love. Imagine that - walking 7 miles at 86! Stubbornness and anger do that to people, I should know. Looking forward to the final part. x
If I had to distil it down to one-word characterising (though I hope they are more complex in reality) I think I'd assess Jabez as patience, Esme as softness and Ember as truth. x
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