I have been made aware of a dramatic and disturbing outcome from my avid readers of both Mahina and more particularly, Paradise Warrior.
It appears that reading Paradise Warrior has brought on health concerns. One lady has taken to hiding in the family toilet (which is no great concern to others, unless someone wants a comfort stop). Other such ailments have been reported to me include fingernails chewed down to the fingers and the need for pulse reducing medication.
I enclose two emails recently from a friend who bought my books and afterwards, passed them on to a friend.
Two days ago:
“I am half-way through ‘Paradise Warrior’ and it is an amazing book! It’s even more complicated than the other one [Mahina] and I’m still not sure that I really know what’s going on. I love the ‘Christian’ theme all through and all the wise counselling Full marks to the author. Can’t wait for book no. 3.” Maureen.
I’ve finished THAT BOOK and will now have to do something constructive!!! Will you please tell your ‘author friend’ that if book number three is as riveting as the other two, I will need ‘pulse-reducing’ medication. I can’t believe the depth of all that he was able to bring in to that story!!! (I’m thinking that I will have to stick to “Little Women” and “Heidi” in future.) Maureen.
If you read the sample chapters and you think you have it figured, then think again.
A riveting read, with a Christian theme.
Caution: it is not recommended reading this book on a good sofa as embedded fingers may damage valuable furniture.