It's Me Again, Lord by Mr. Jack M Teeter

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SPECIAL OFFER: Since this book is about a songwriter, I'm offering a FREE CD (8 original songs) of the music in the book!! Just send me an email (see website) after your purchase. Joel Reed, a Nashville singer/songwriter has a hit album on his hands. The title song: It’s me again, Lord went instantly to the top of the Christian Country charts. But there’s a problem. That song, and five others on the album, were written and arranged by a disabled former school teacher/coach living 350 miles away in the tiny burg of Brighton, Illinois. That first song was written many years ago on Sonny’s back porch: It started with a call from a nurse about six months after Sonny’s cancer surgery: A man that had exactly the same surgery as Sonny was back in the hospital and doing poorly. Sonny was always so confident and upbeat; could he possibly come by and cheer Wilfred up? The first thing Sonny did was pray.

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I want to tell my story in a way that celebrates life." That's how this author describes his latest work - It's Me Again, Lord. Jack is a long-term throat cancer survivor. Every day of life is a blessing, but there have been stumbling blocks along the way. "I was home-bound and bedridden for a long time, costing me my career as a computer consultant," Teeter said, "a Medtronic neurostimulator literally gave me back my life." "I now take all of my nourishment through a PEG tube in my stomach," he said, "man, I miss tacos!"But rather than give up, Teeter decided to write a book. Sonny Jacobs, a songwriter, has his music stolen. Joel Reed is now 'off the charts' as a Christian Country singer. Despite the trials of pain management and the loss of his ability to eat or drink, Sonny and his dazzling wife Jenny still manage to get Sonny's music back!Jack Teeter lives in Brighton, IL, with his wife Karen. "We hope it's an inspiration to cancer survivors everywhere," Karen said.
Published September 26, 2012 by Jack Teeter. 237 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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