Stilson became one of the hundred best-selling books about loss on Amazon! Wayman Publishing is now
excited to announce the release of Bible
Girl—the prequel to The Golden Sky. This is the amazing true story of a hilarious
girl trying to find her way through the teen years. Bible Girl was just accepted
into the Barnes & Noble catalog and will be .99 for a limited time HERE.
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promoting this wonderful book launch. Here's a little blurb about the book:
The book practically cried for me to spare its life, and for a moment I thought I'd
rather burn in Hell than lose something my brother had given me in love. The pastor nudged
me, though, and my heart turned to ice.
I thought of all those hours my brother had read to me. I thought of all that time he'd
I couldn't throw it into the fire; not the last book of the trilogy. That funny little
dwarf stared at me from the cover. Then, I closed my eyes. I stepped so close to the flames
they almost ate my skin. I tore the book in front of those kids. I put on quite a show
throwing in a section at a time because I couldn't stand sending the whole thing in at
once. When the last pages went up in flame, and the dwarf on the cover curled with death, I
dropped to my knees and cried. The kids all hooted and screamed in ecstasy, thinking I'd
been freed, when the ropes of religion had just twisted tighter.
Elisa isn't your regular nerd. She's not the kind of person who quotes Monty Python,
or has a periodic table tattooed on her butt. No she's a different sort altogether. She
carries a duct-taped Bible, wears bright-orange polyester pants, and dyes her hair with red
Although she tries slipping by apart from the crowds, it doesn't help that her best
friend happens to be the "Boarder," one of the cutest and most popular boys in
It isn't until Elisa realizes she's surrounded by hypocrites that her foundation
starts crumbling. She doesn't know who to turn to. That's when she meets a mysterious man.
But maybe she shouldn't trust him after all.
Will he help her, or make things even worse than they were before?
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