The Eye of A Needle

jeffscurlock —  February 6, 2012 — Leave a comment

It’s hard to explain the excitement that I feel working on my first book project. It ranks right at the top of the most fulfilling things I’ve ever done in my life. I’d like to say its number one but surely someone would respond with some super spiritual statement trying to shame me for having my priorities out of line. I don’t have my priorities out of line. My relationship with God is first. My family comes next and then the ministry that I am called to.

Honestly as I wrote this book I did it with the realization that very few people actually know who I am and that in the natural I shouldn’t expect much when it comes to selling the book and having lots of people read it. However I am confident that what is impossible with man is possible with God. That all things are possible to them that believe. That’s the theme of the book.

The excitement is tangible. I’ve wanted to write my entire life and now at age fifty-two I’ve completed the first draft of my first manuscript, “The Eye of A Needle”. I have put my manuscript into the capable hands of Renee Shipp who is offering editing suggestions and is making sure the book is written in fluent English.

I am so excited about the day I submit this manuscript to my POD (Print on Demand) publisher. Once they send me a proof copy and I approve it, my book will be available at as a hard copy and a kindle download. It will eventually be available in other markets as well.

I’m so excited, and I just can’t hide it…!!!!

All I can say at this point is HURRY RENEE! Not really… Yes really….I’m just kidding Renee you take as much time as you need. No pressure, none whatsoever. Don’t feel pressured by the fact that I can’t sleep until this thing is published and I have a copy in my hand. No Pressure! lol



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