Some Updates


Sometimes life happens in a blur and you rarely have time to fill everyone in on what’s happening. You know how it is.

So here are a few updates about . . .

Caroline. We started her on her medication for juvenile arthritis a few weeks ago and are slowly ramping up the dosage. So far, she’s not noticed any change. If anything, things continue to progress. She was having pain in her hands/wrists and ankles. Lately, she’s been complaining of that hallmark morning pain/stiffness in her knees too. It’s hard to watch things continue on course like this and not be able to do anything about it. As a parent, you feel so helpless. Daddy’s are supposed to be able to fix things and this is one thing I can’t fix. But God can. We know that . . . and Caroline knows it too.

Writing. I’ll be doing a booksigning with a few other authors on November 14 from 1-3 p.m. at The Vine Christian Bookstore outside Philadelphia. If you live in the area, why not stop in a say hi? Also, I sent in my final edits for Darlington Woods this morning. Release date is May 4, 2010. Now, I prepare while I wait.

Teaching. I received word yesterday that I was approved as an adjunct instructor at Lancaster Bible College in Lancaster, PA (yes, home of the Amish, those intriguing stars of Amish fiction). Spring 2010 I’ll be teaching a freshman course titled “Writing for Publication.” Exciting stuff.

Health. I had a CT scan done a couple weeks ago and it showed everything looks good. No metastasis observed. Praise God!

I think that’s all for now. Until later . . .

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About mikedellosso

Mike Dellosso is an author of wide-eyed suspense. He writes stories that not only entertain but enlighten.

Posted on October 20, 2009, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. Congrats on the teaching position. Lovely area out there, have vacationed in/around Lancaster several times. Need to go out again especially to hit the Sight and Sound Theater. 🙂

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  2. Good news on the final edits and the teaching position. And we'll keep praying for Caroline.

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  3. Marcus Goodyear

    The teaching position is exciting! And the final edits. I know what that feels like (not for a book, but still).I'm so sad to hear about your daughter's pain. I'll be praying for you with Glynn.

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  4. Mike – I still visit here often, but have had some online connection problems that have prevented me from commenting. Please know that I will be praying for your daughter, and that I am praising God for answered prayer about your latest test results.You are a real testimony to me and I know God will use you in a powerful way as you teach and continue to write. To God Be the Glory!Kim

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  5. Susan J. Reinhardt

    Great news about your CT Scan and the teaching position. Those students are in for a treat. :)We'll continue to pray for Caroline. Blessings,Susan

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