Category Archives: Book

Learning to Live With It by Kevin Olson is now available to order online

K-Olson-Learning_to_Live_With_ItLearning to Live With It is now available to order online by clicking the book title or cover picture.

If you have already requested a signed copy please know that you don’t need to place an online order. Unless, of course, you just can’t wait. I will have a large shipment of books by the end of August to sell and sign personally. As soon as I receive them I’ll be announcing more details concerning when/where they can be picked up or delivered.

So far I’m overwhelmed with the responses I’m getting from people who have been inspired and blessed after reading the book on their Kindle. (If you prefer ebooks, you can find my book on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or the Apple Store.)

Very soon the Chanute Tribune will be running a story on my book and I’ll be promoting my book in many ways. If you read my book and feel my words would be a blessing to your church or organization, please know that I am willing to speak and/or hold book signings starting in September.

My first two book signings will be:

Tuesday, September 17 ~ 4:30-5:30pm
Wilson County Medical Center
Neodesha, KS

Saturday, September 28 ~ 9:00am – 5:00pm
Artist Alley (Look for me near Total Image Studio)
Chanute, KS

 

Learning to LIVE With It

K-Olson-Learning_to_Live_With_ItMy first book, titled “Learning to Live With It” will be out very soon.

The sample copies are now being shipped and once I approve them, Xulon Press will start printing. I hope to have 1,500 finished copies in hand by September! Books will be for sale on this website or you can purchase them from me directly. (Nothing like a signed copy, right?)

Meanwhile, in the midst of my personal achievement, my dad still loses ground with his fight against Pancreatic Cancer. It kills me to watch his life dwindle away, and yet it reminds me why I wrote this book; to help people learn to accept the unwanted, unchangeable circumstances we face.

Thank you to all who have shown interest in my book and concern for my father.