Responses from Readers

Just four short months ago I turned 42, my dad passed away, and my first book was published. As I look back I see blessings, achievement, and joy mixed with loss, sadness, and disappointment. Many tears have been shed, many miles traveled, and many smiles smiled. I’ve come to understand that this mixture of experiences and feelings is simply how life is for all of us.

One of my greatest joys during the past four months has been the responses I’ve received from those who have read “Learning to Live With It.” I’d like to share a few of those with you. They reveal some of the very reasons I wanted to share my story.

“Thank you so much Kevin. Your book is very uplifting and inspiring. It’s very relevant to even my own life when I’m faced with situations that I’d rather not face. But God gives grace that is sufficient. Thanks again Kevin for being a great source of inspiration.”
-Kyle McClure

“Kevin, I really enjoyed your book. I have always asked God for what I want, Now, since reading your book, I know I need to ask God to show me what he wants me to do?”
-Terrie Pearson

“I got my book yesterday afternoon and finished it last night. Amazing! I can’t wait to share it with others!”
-Amy P.

“I just finished reading your book. I have read many books by famous Christian people, but your book makes good common sense on living a Christian life in difficult situations.”
-Ron O.

“I want to say thank you for expressing your thoughts, feelings, and emotions through your book! They are truly inspiring beyond the words in the book. I thought I’d read a chapter and see what I thought. Before I knew it, I had read the whole thing!!!”
-Casey F.

“Finished my book, LOVED it! You’ve given me a new outlook on my trials…”
-Tracey M.

“Just wanted to thank you for signing the book that Elaine brought to me last weekend. I’ve finished it already-great book by the way-& am looking forward to sharing it with family & friends. You are such an inspiration. You make me want to be a better person & also make me ashamed of myself at times. I take so much for granted & don’t appreciate what I have & am able to do. Thanks again.”
-Sherryl S.