Last week I had the opportunity to read this book aloud to other parents of missing children. Their response was humbling...In honor of ALL parents who lost their son or daughter ~ whether it be to a kidnapping, illness, tragedy, or another situation, may you know your strength is an encouragement to those around you.
If you have a friend or family member who lost their son or daughter, will you share When the Waves Subside with them? I pray you will...it is a small way to encourage them as they realize how strong and amazing they are, and how much they mean to you too. A small book with a powerful message...there is always hope.
It is a busy week this week:
Tuesday: Oswego Reading Council's Annual Writing Contest Awards Ceremony at the Mexico High School's Auditorium (High School is located on Route 104)
Wednesday: 6:30 p.m. Mexico Public Library's Author Night - I will be sharing briefly, along with a couple other local authors and then selling and signing books. This event is OPEN TO THE PUBLIC - local Mexico High School student and newly published author Alyshia Hull will be there with her book One Thousand Miles, along with A. L. Daniels with her recent fiction release, Breaking the Silence.
Thursday: I will share with the Oswego County Retired Teachers
Friday: 10:00 a.m. I will be on Syracuse's own "Bridge Street" morning show!! Be sure to watch ~ and pray, my interview is going to be LIVE!!
Saturday: Book Signing in honor National Missing Children's Day, location and time to be announced later this week