My Father's Will
An heir must satisfy the terms of her earthly father's will without violating her Father in Heaven's will
Stephan Howard Hammond knew he could count on his children to squander the fortune he would leave them in his will. His anguish over their future left him no choice but to find someone dependable to provide for them when the money ran out. This meant he had to reveal some deep hidden secrets, not knowing what the effect would be, unaware that Francine had already discovered part of the truth. Struggling through her own shock and disappointment she decided to keep quiet about what she had found until it was too late. With more secrets revealed, she must still go through with the plans her father's will provided for her; throw their inheritance to the wind. And withstand their unsympathetic treatment of her.¦¦How My Father's Will Came About: Enjoying a slice of cheese cake and an espresso in a coffee shop one day, Magdel overheard two men behind her boasting about all the things they planned to do with the money they were about to inherit from their late father's estate. One wanted a speedboat; the other wanted to get his private pilot's license. Oh, how the girls would love them. Right at this point the idea for a story was born in her mind. She took out her notebook and started making notes to research boats and airplanes, and a number of other things, like private companies and estates. She decided there had to be five children to share an inheritance. Being some sort of artist herself, she chose the main character, Francine, to be an artist, but a much more professional one than Magdel. From there she worked out the plot and built the characters.
Christian Fiction that gives Hope, uplifts, encourages and provides Entertainment at the same Time.
I have three books published by Publication Consultants: My Father's Will, The Bigger Fish and Man in a Picture.
A few testimonials from readers:
My Father's Will: " ... highly entertaining. I can't wait for the follow up to see what happens next with my favourite characters".
The Bigger Fish: "If only every young person preparing to go away to college could read this book".
Man in a Picture: "I'm sure the writer cried her eyes out while writing this book, except when she was laughing. That's what I did when I read it".
Driving home from work one day I stopped by a red traffic light. From the corner of my eye I saw a man approaching me. He knocked on my window and with a pained expression on his face, he asked me: "Why did you kill xxx? Why? I loved her so much! Why did you kill her?" Then he smiled and disappeared among the crowd crossing the street. If only he knew how I tried for three weeks to find a way to save her.
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