To enter your name into the drawing for this book simply post a comment about a time when you heard from God in an unexpected way. If you can't think of anything then tell me a funny grandma story. Or you can do both. Have fun! I'll pick a winner next Sunday.
About the book:
Birdie Wainwright, 72, isn't concerned about seeing things that others can't. For a woman who still climbs mountains with her dog (Miss Bee Haven) and likes to tango, the impractical visions brought on by macular degeneration are just another gift from God, adding more adventure to life. But when a tumble down the stairs breaks her ankle and leads back to her son's home in Denver where she must convalesce, Birdie's imagination really takes flight. Following a conversation with her grandson about The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, she begins to see and speak with the unkempt literary character himself on a regular basis. As the line between reality and whimsy turns brittle, faith is tested among friends and loved ones, and hope is reborn.
Seeing Things is a story about family, reconciliation, and hearing from God in unexpected ways.
I read the prologue and the first three chapters of this book. I like it. It's snappy and the main character has the total internal dialog of a granny perfected. It's a cute story so I should finish this one. :)