Hello friends! David Telbat here to brief you on Fury in the Storm, my new book. Many of you have caught glimpses by now of my Christian high-seas adventure. But this Christian suspense novel, with action forged from wounds, is a must-read if you like the high-octane boldness of Christians who risk everything to help their distant brothers and sisters in Christ!
[UPDATE: Sea Scribe has received a new cover and title, Fury in the Storm, but the story remains the same!]
Troy Forge, New Character
Troy Forge is the main character of Fury in the Storm. Originally, the novel was called “47 Wounds” because Troy, as a correctional officer, was stabbed 47 times. This idea is based on an actual incident that happened several years ago, and in my novel, this heroic man turns his life-altering tragedy into inspiration by doing the unthinkable. If he survived such an attack, what would he not dare to do for God now?
The name I chose for this character is significant. “Troy” is from the ancient City of Troy, the nearly insurmountable fortress that endured the Greek assault for so long. And I gave him the name “Forge” because Troy is a man whose character has been forged (i.e. shaped) from the ugliest parts of his past—to make him into the kind of man God can use today, to go where no other has courage to go.
Whether you’re a sailor, or you’re following the North Korean maneuvers, or you’re simply interested in reading about Christians serving God in the face of danger—Fury in the Storm will satisfy!
Click this link to read my previous post about “47 Wounds.”
See you on the next page!
Let’s remember those who have sacrificed for us, but let’s also remember our brothers and sisters suffering for their faith in North Korea, and other parts of the world.
COMING UP: Join us next time for a page from David’s Writer’s Tablet with “Bad Guys make Good Guys Good.” And in the following post, we have a fiction North Korea story for you by D.I. Telbat called, “Killing Orders.”