Introducing Heaven Sent


If you abide in Me and My word abides in you, then you shall know the truth, and the truth shall set you free.

We interrupt this program for an important announcement. Regular programming will resume next Monday when we take a look together at some of God’s promises as recorded in His word.


But now . . . TA-DA: yours truly is finally a published author. Heaven Sent goes on sale on for Kindle downloads today. It was supposed to be ready yesterday, but, being the technical genius I am, I failed to click the final button to release it for publication. Oh, well . . . what’s a day among friends.


In case you didn’t get any of the champagne, this piece of cake is for you. Try not to spill crumbs everywhere. What? You want ice cream, too? Okay. Here’s a serving just for you.


Oh, all right. I’ll go get some chocolate syrup to put on it, but be sure to eat it before it melts and makes a mess. You know how you are.

Okay, now that we’ve passed out the refreshments, let’s get back to the book for a moment. At the present time, it’s only available for Kindle. After a 90-day exclusive I gave Amazon, it will be available on other e-readers as well. I’m sure I will eventually do a print version, but that’s a bit more expensive than e-pubbing, so for a senior citizen on a budget, that will have to wait for some royalties.

The book is a collection of stories I’ve read to my Sunday School class through the years I’ve been the class leader, along with my comments on them. My sister said she’d buy a copy, so I know it’s going to sell.

I hope a few more Christians will buy it, too. Actually, you don’t have to be born again to read this book—I’d welcome anyone to buy it. I think you’ll find a combination of comfort, inspiration and thought-stimulation if you do.

Whether it sells ten copies or a million, a portion of all proceeds will be donated to Christian ministries such as Teen Challenge, which is highly successful in turning alcoholics and drug addicts into sober, productive members of society, Union Gospel Mission, which helps people get off the streets and learn skills that will allow them to support themselves and become productive members of society, and Compassion International, which helps feed, clothe and shelter children in Latin America and Africa and spread the Gospel among them.

Thanks for joining me in this celebration. Now, I’d appreciate it if you’d take your dirty ice cream bowls, cake plates and champagne glasses into the kitchen and put them on the counter beside the sink. I’ll wash them if you’ll just bring them in.


clip_image012David N. Walker is a Christian father and grandfather, a grounded pilot and a near-scratch golfer who had to give up the game because of shoulder problems. A graduate of Duke University, he spent 42 years as a health insurance agent. Most of that career was spent in Texas, but for a few years he traveled many other states. He started writing about 20 years ago, and has six unpublished novels to use as primers on how NOT to write fiction. He is currently putting the finishing touches on his non-fiction Heaven Sent: 67 Stories of Godly Thoughts and Inspiration and starting his new fiction work—a series of novellas set during the period from 1860 to 1880.

Contact me at or tweet me at @davidnwalkertx


About David N. Walker

David N. Walker is a Christian husband, father and grandfather, a grounded pilot and a near-scratch golfer who had to give up the game because of shoulder problems. A graduate of Duke University, he spent 42 years in the health insurance industry, during which time he traveled much of the United States. He started writing about 20 years ago and has been a member and leader in several writers' groups. Christianity 101: The Simplified Christian Life, the devotional Heaven Sent and the novella series, Fancy, are now available in paperback and in Kindle and Nook formats, as well as through Smashwords and Kobo. See information about both of these by clicking "Books" above.
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31 Responses to Introducing Heaven Sent

  1. Jenny Hansen says:

    Congratulations, David!! I’m so proud of you that you did the techie thing. 🙂 Woot-woot!!


  2. Awesome. So now you’re the author David Walker 🙂 I bet that feels good.

    How about a link to amazon?



  3. Congratulations, David, for this wonderful accomplishment! The cover is amazing and I’m certain what is inside is even more so. I’m off to tweet …


  4. Texanne says:

    Wonderful that you’ve taken this step. It will bring so much blessing. ;)TX


  5. Congratulations, David! The cover is gorgeous and I hope this book is super successful. I love the idea behind it, too. Well done!


  6. Congrats David! Savor this moment, this day, and don’t let anything take that smile of accomplishment off your face for the next twenty-four hours. I’m so happy for you!


  7. Kathy says:

    Congratulations, David!


  8. Marcia says:

    Congrats, David! You must be flying high today! I wish you great success with your book.


  9. Barbara Estinson says:

    YAY, my brother is a published author! Congratulations, David! Unfortunately, I’ll have to wait for a Nook version before I can buy mine … or a print copy, which sounds like it will be later. I am really proud of you,



  10. Congratulations. So delighted all that wisdom and love of God will finally be shown a book people can learn from. You have a message of hope and encouragement . Now is the time.


  11. Major congratulations go out to you David! The cake and ice cream were lovely, by the way. I just now realized I haven’t made a similar announcement on my own small blog about my debut MG/YA novel that was released Friday. Now I need to go correct that. I hope you post some snippets, and I will catch up with you when your commitment with Amazon is fulfilled. I only own a Nook.


  12. Congratulations, David! And, yes, you can say you’ve sold two books. Just as soon as I sneak over to Amazon and download one to my Kindle. EEE! A run-a-way best-seller already!

    Thank goodness I missed the cake and ice cream. I’ve passed my window of believability for calling my current belly situation “winter fluff.”


  13. Sherry Isaac says:

    Congratulations, David. Here’s to your launch, with sky-rocket sales to go with it.


  14. Fantastic, David! Are we allowed to see a little teaser in a post? I’m so happy for you and wish you every success!


  15. Catherine Johnson says:

    Congrats, David! It sounds lovely.


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