Seriously, thank her for her generosity and kindness by commenting at the bottom of this post, will you?
A lot like each one of us, right?
How many times have you gambled on forgiveness and been bitten by the act?
But when Samuel spares a coven of dragons and gives them a renewed chance at life, he sets into motion consequences that will trigger the terrible San Francisco earthquake of 1906.
How can he live with that?
How do any of us live with the consequences of well-intentioned acts gone terribly awry?
Bram Stoker has Dracula say: “We learn from failure, not from success.”
Samuel strives to do the right thing and mostly fails epically … much to the delight of Samuel Clemens and the dismay of 11 year old Nicola Tesla.
He has a Bachelor’s degree in English Education and a Master’s degree in Psychology. He has been a teacher, counselor, book store owner, and even a pirate since he once worked at a tax preparation firm.
So far he has written thirty-four books. You can find Roland at his web page: www.rolandyeomans.blogspot.com or at his private table in Meilori’s. The web page is safer to visit. But if you insist on visiting Meilori’s, bring a friend who runs slower than you.
And there’s Roland! Doing what Roland does best. Spinning wild and captivating tales. Don’t buy this book. Buy all of them!
My Quote of the Week: “Lighthouses don’t go running all over an island looking for boats to save; they just stand there shining.” Anne Lamott