I got a call last weekend out of the blue from a publisher asking me to write my next book on a nonfiction topic she suggested. She sent me research on it and said, “We have a need for this.” I answered hesitantly, “Well, I am very busy,” and she explained she understood that, and I could take my time with it. Well, as soon as we hung up, I began looking through the research she sent me and writing so much on it that it was three hours before I stopped jotting down notes for an outline. I sent her the outline that night, and she loved it. I said that, obviously, I must be meant to do it. So, I am feeling inspired; yet, I am busier than ever, so this next book will be on its way and ready to be published as soon as possible. (It is a Christian-based book and a controversial subject, so I will be using a pseudonym as author. It is all about what the Bible says vs. a non-biblical wave that is growing more and more in mainstream churches AND about how Christians are called to love people God’s way, in a place of humility where the ground is level at the foot of the cross, where no one is better than anyone else apart from God’s mercy and grace).