|Westward:The Novel is a 6x9 inch book or available electronically, and is 322 pages long.|
Since Daniel's passing, I have not returned to do any of the jobs I had before. Instead, I needed to be home with his siblings, his animals and on the land he new almost all of his life. In that time, I have written books. First, I wrote the one that told of Daniel's life and of his passing, called What I Learned from Daniel, which is atop the page. Next there was the Rational Preparedness: A Primer to Preparedness book. Then, there was a first novel, Portsoy Woods, which is my first novel and tells of a family during a US financial collapse who live in the country. Lawrence DeWolfe Kelsey:The Life of the Explorer is the true story of an American patriot and explorer, who also happens to be Daniel's grandfather.
Westward: The Novel is the story of a young woman with four children who loses her husband suddenly, just after he makes the final transitions from being a police officer to an attorney. She is left not only navigating life with four young children without her husband, but she is also left needing to return to work in order to support herself and her family. This is the inspiring story of how she does that while continuing to parent. Ultimately, she must also navigate finding the second great love of her life, and how she and her children adapt to his becoming a new part of their family.
Of course, Amazon has Westward, but my publisher seems to have the paper bound book and the electronic versions available less expensively at this link: