From reader Keith Parish in the USA:
Alan, as for me, I *very much* enjoyed one of your ebooks (I went to the amazon link you reference in this post, and bought and read *A Homecoming* yesterday afternoon).
I only have two regrets. First is that I only just now was sent across your path in this life, and second is that I don't know how Jehoiakim's story ends. Rats!! I most certainly did *not* want it to end.
I so very much like his character, what he is trying to do and his struggle to fully understand and embrace what his mission is. It is a good story, Alan and a good start to what I would be willing to bet is still in your head as to what you would really *like* to write about his adventures, his loves, and his nation's struggle to survive (*again*) against all odds. One more thing before I close.
You don't need to worry that you "won't make a difference now" because you already have. You gave me a pleasant couple of hours yesterday as I followed Kim from his office through Milan, to Tel Aviv, and finally Eilat. I could picture the mystery woman (she is beautiful) and feel the grit of the sand on the beach. You have inspired me to find a great story and then, just . . .
Write. (I have never written fiction before.)
From the Author
This book was set as a personal challenge on two fronts; I had never written with an audience in mind before, in this case, Israel. Moreover, this was my first serious attempt at writing a romance.
This story is my second attempt at writing a romance, and the other one amazon.com/dp/B07226FRDK is yet to sell