Eek! I’m excited to announce the release of my first children’s picture book – Lani’s Icky Habit!
Lani is a little girl with an icky habit – nibbling on the ends of her hair. Her mom tries to get her to stop and cautions her that someday she may pull the end of her hair out of her mouth and be very surprised what she finds. The next day, when Lani pulls the end of her hair out of her mouth, she is very surprised. Kids and adults love the whimsical creatures and the fun suspense that builds. The rhythm and repetition combine to make this a fun book.
What others are saying:
“My boys loved your book!” – A
“My grandson loves to read your book “with me.” – S
“The kids loved guessing what critter would be on the next page.” – N
Order your book today from Amazon! Lani’s Icky Habit
It’s here! You can purchase my book, Pushing to the Peak, from WestbowPress here or on Amazon here or Barnes and Noble here.
January 5, 1990 was a day like any other. Until I got the phone call. The phone call that said that my younger brother, Glen, had a skiing accident and was paralyzed from the neck down, probably had a brain injury and may not survive the life-flight trip to the hospital. And if he did survive, he would be a quadriplegic.
I prayed at that moment that God would not let Glen live if he was going to be a quadriplegic. I could not imagine my brother content to live his life confined to a wheelchair. God did not answer my prayer and I am grateful. Glen did survive the flight. Though the accident left him paralyzed, he never pitied himself, was angry or wavered in his faith. Instead, he pushed forward – with often nothing but sheer determination to sustain and motivate him.
He went on to graduate from college with honors, became a doctor, inventor, businessman, entrepreneur, husband and father who now daily touches the lives of others that face physical difficulties. This is his story. This is not a story of his disability; this is a story of Glen’s success-ability.
And this video Pikes Peak 5 video