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About RussChappell

  • Birthday 05/17/1995


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  1. Hi @Ky_GirlatHeart, Thank you so much! Those look like yummy cupcakes! Here, I want to share the cupcakes! *Gives a cupcake to @Ky_GirlatHeart
  2. Hi @William D'Andrea, That is an interesting quote. Thank you for sharing that. I agree with that quote. As children of God, there are instructions on how to live a godly life (written in the Bible) that we have to follow, but yet God gives us true freedom. This freedom is something that this world cannot give because the freedom that God gives is pure, and untainted.
  3. Thank you @HK1, @suspensewriter, @jonjovi, @William D'Andrea, and @Ky_GirlatHeart!
  4. Hi everyone, Please check out my Christian non-fiction book, which was published through Draft2Digital, called What Does It Mean To Be Free? This book talks about the meaning of being free, and how you can be truly free in God. I would be delighted if you would even take the time to read this Christian non-fiction book that I wrote. Thank you so much. God Bless! What Does It Mean To Be Free? | Universal Book Links Help You Find Books at Your Favorite Store! (books2read.com)
  5. Hi @RLHicks, I am excited that you want to read the book. I completely understand your point. The best way to describe the book is that the freedom that this world offers is only a temporary way of being free, but that isn't the way to become truly free. True freedom, true happiness, and true joy is found only in God. Thank you so much @RLHicks! Thank you a lot for your interest in my book @RLHicks!
  6. Hi @RLHicks, Thank you so much for your interest in the book that I wrote. I really do think that this book could be for anyone because being free touches so many aspects of our lives. I am using non-fiction to tell the story. In the book, I am telling my life experiences that have either led me to become more free, or less so. The book describes how going to God is the preeminent way of becoming free.
  7. Hi @Ora, Thank you so much for your reply! The target audience would be young adults, but I honestly think that this story could be for anyone. This is the case because the concept of being free touches so many aspects of our lives, such as desire, hope, and wonderment. I am delighted that you would like to read the book. Thank you so much @Ora. The book is 55,400 words. Thanks @Ora!
  8. Hi @Jim Shaver, Welcome! It is a pleasure to meet you!
  9. Hi @Jeff Potts, Right, I see your point. Oh. I see. I certainly do respect you because you have a lot more years of knowledge. Thank you very much @Jeff Potts for your advice.
  10. I am sorry that you continue to have the headaches @lynnmosher. I hope that the headaches go away for good. Thank you for being such a big help @lynnmosher!
  11. Also, I have mentioned my book to some non-Christian friends that I know. Even they seemed interested in the book too.
  12. Hi @Jeff Potts, Thank you very much for your advice. What you said was very helpful. I understand that that is the realities of trying to get a book published. However, throughout the years, I have already e-mailed my book to a lot of my Christian friends. All of my Christian friends like the book. Any time that my Christian friends make a positive comment about the book, this is what increases my fuel and causes the dream of the book being published to get even bigger. Plus, I feel as if my window of opportunity for even giving a chance for this
  13. Hi @carolinamtne and @lynnmosher, Thank you both for the help in avoiding potential bad Christian book publishers to submit a book proposal to. After reading your posts @carolinamtne, and @lynnmosher, I will not be going with WestBow or Xulon. Again, thank you both so much for the advice!
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