Dear Reader Friends, The end of a book—in this case, my novel The Legend of Okeanos: A Tale of Restoration, Survival, and a Great White Shark—can be both a wonderful as well as a somber experience. I don’t like stories to end, but I do like closure. I guess you can’t have one without the other.
Characters’ woes became important
Even though The Legend of Okeanos is a tale from beyond certain boundaries of realism, I still wanted to share it with you. As I wrote this book, the characters’ woes became important to me. Each one suffered from loss and heartache, bad choices and false hopes. The journey for me was to see how God would lead them back to one another through seemingly impossible odds.
More stories coming!
I always have a few manuscripts at different stages of production, so definitely stay tuned. I do my best to write the most exciting adventures I can, though not the same adventures you’ve already read. Fresh characters and startling plots are in the works!
And on every page, I hope to glorify our Creator by allowing us to discover more about ourselves through the lives of others. If something you read touches you, please let me know. I read all your comments with care, and your words are both encouragement and counsel to me as I proceed in this journey.
See you on the next page!
NOTES: Legend of Okeanos is NOW available at most e-tailers. We hope you enjoy reading it! David will continue to supply you with standalone short stories, or related posts, weekly, so be sure to subscribe here so you don’t miss a story or novel news!
COMING UP: Join us WEDNESDAY for a glimpse into “The Story Behind the Character Name in Called To Gobi.” And next MONDAY we have two standalone short stories by D.I. Telbat for you, “The Blind Man of Uganda” and “Cautiously Sharing,” featuring Sarai, a secret evangelist.