BUTTON WILLOW - THE TRAVELER
"Adventure and the supernatural are together in this rapid-paced and entertaining read," - Dove.org
Button Willow's screenplay has the following awards.
from one place and immediately appear somewhere else like Philip the Evangelist did? Imagine a long line of these Travelers existing throughout the centuries. Button Willow, fueled by her imaginativeness, matures into such. Come join Button and her vibrant family, friends, and heavenly principalities in her first of three adventures.
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Kim P. Wells
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Kim P. Wells
KIM P. WELLS resides in rural Missouri with her husband, Bob. During their forty of marriage, they’ve homeschooled and raised eight children on their homestead and now greet new grandchildren yearly. Kim is a produced and an award-winning screenwriter. She looks forward to at least two more Button Willow episodes. Her intent with this series is to remind the public that the true origin of supernatural power is GOD. Join Kim on www.facebook.com/buttonwillownovel for updates or sign up on Button's
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FROM THE AUTHOR
Supernatural movies have their epic appeal. They do go on and on. Not that there’s anything wrong with that but their saturation in the film industry gnaws at my worldview. I desire to see films where supernatural powers give credit to their true origin. The origin being God. One thing we humans can be accused of is that we quickly forget. We should never forget supernatural events in the Bible, for none can compare.
Another prominent thought, as a retired homeschool mom, I know truth in history is lost. You have to dig for it and even then, you have to dig some more. My desire was to write a character that experiences the power of God through history, Biblical history included.
BUTTON WILLOW is a family book (and screenplay) however, it was written with film and youth in mind, hence the fast pace of it all. It is a visual read; No one sees an epic supernatural movie without the constant switch of past, present and future. So, welcoming this as a family read might be fun project. And there are items within that only baby boomers could explain.
I look forward to writing volume two next year. From our family to yours.
Jesus, My Redeemer,