I have been greatly impressed by a book title I remember from years back. Robert Schuller’s “If It’s Going To Be, It’s Up To Me” speaks even more loudly today than when it was first published. I am not surprised by the crisis and turmoil in the world of Publishing yet I’ve discovered there are still books coming to market and innovative ways to bring them to the reading public.
Today’s literary agents are really in a bind. They are trying to sell material to a tapped out publishing market whose ‘bottom line’ is shrinking faster than skirt lengths. This is either the worst of times, or the best of times to bring a book to market.
The Bandit project has received great encouragement from the Book Publishing world. I am currently in negotiations with not only Publishing experts but related industry officals who see the great potential in this simple story of life and death, trust and fear and the faith to depend on a ‘higher power’ to get through the ‘tough times’
Bandit is lost in the vast mountains of the Absaroka Mountains, alone with no hope of living. The Spirit of the Day and Night sends a most unlikely benefactor to not only save him, but guide the first year of his life through some lessons that will serve our hero for the rest of his life. It ties back into Dr. Schuller’s book, “If It’s Going To Be, It’s Up To Me”. This is true, but faith builds the strength for us to be able to survive.