Through the Fire, the third installment in the Forged in Flames series, is now available for pre-order from Chapters Indigo! Through the Fire follows 17 year old Joey Floretti as he chases his dreams and faces life altering consequences. Through the Fire completes the series which started with Embers and continued in A Spark of … Continue reading The Forged in Flames series from Word Alive Press is now complete and available online
I am very excited and grateful to announce the arrival of book # 2 in the Forged in Flames series, A Spark of Faith! If you are in the Timmins area and would like your own copy I would love to hear from you. I look forward to hearing your comments and seeing your reviews! … Continue reading A Spark of Faith has arrived!
CHAPTER ONE Alex Smiley slammed the door and ran up the stairs to his room. His mother May turned from the dining table where she was folding laundry. Shocked, she looked at the stairs where her son had just disappeared. “Alex?” she called. She moved to the base of the stairs and tried again. “Alex? … Continue reading A Spark of Faith Sneak Peek: Chapter One
A Spark of Faith, book 2 in the Forged in Flames series, is out in bookstores and online wherever books are sold. Unfortunately, there has been a delay in printing and I do not have physical copies to sell at the moment. To order directly from my publisher, please visit the Word Alive Press online … Continue reading A Spark of Faith with a dash of patience!
God’s handiwork, His masterpiece, chosen to do good. That is who we are.
A Spark of Faith releases today! Alex Smiley is 17, in Grade 12, and dreaming of dating, driving and finding his life’s purpose. Join Alex as he faces those challenges while living with Down syndrome. Get your copy at Amazon, Indigo and wherever books are sold!
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"They were in fifth gear, flying down the hill now. Peter felt the back end of the Bug start to fishtail, and suddenly the car was sliding sideways at full speed towards the ditch..."Embers, pg. 78