THEN COMES MARRIAGE got decent reviews and we’ve received nice comments–especially from those who buy the book to give to sons and daughters as those sons and daughters prepare for marriage. I think one of the key themes of the book is that you can’t expect your spouse to read your mind–you have to communicate and say the things that are on your heart.
I think the market didn’t quite know what to do with our little book. It wasn’t the usual Bill Myers book, nor was it the usual Angela Hunt book. It wasn’t quite a novel. A little hybrid novella, certainly, but still a book that I hold dear.
Bill and I talked about writing a sequel in which Kurt and Heather go through pregnancy and delivery together–and she has the baby while stuck in a car on a ferris wheel! LOL! Who knows, maybe we still will write it . . . one day.
Okay . . . any questions at all? Ask what you will, and I’ll respond tomorrow.
If this is Wednesday, I’m flying to Philly . . . for the Philadelphia Christian Writer’s Conference. I’m also probably working on the plane. 🙁