Blog Silence – A Higher Priority

SusieSupportGroupI will be suspending regular posts such as the critique group and story development for a while. We learned recently that my wife has breast cancer, so I need to devote as much time as possible toward her and her healing journey.

If you want to read more about her story, or if you want to contribute to her medical-treatment fund, please see this page –  Even a small amount will help, and we hope that you will pray for her (us).

The writing posts that are already here will remain. I hope they are helpful and will be a resource for a long time to come.

I will continue to post important news items as they arise, but they will be infrequent.

Thank you for being readers of this blog.



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44 replies

  1. You and your family will certainly be in our prayers. My aunt is dealing with lymphoma, a rare kind which is not responding well to any treatment so far. Our youngest daughter (20) just mentioned the other day how much she’d like to meet you someday. She’s a good writer and hopes to someday be free enough to come to Montrose…and said she’s hoping maybe you’d be back that year. She’s enjoyed your books and told me yesterday that someone at the Christian performing arts center where she volunteers/performs had Raising Dragons, and she was quite excited. Currently, she is working toward a degree in behavioral psychology and Christian counseling. She hopes to one day have a dance studio where she can offer therapy through dance and movement to you dealing with anxiety and other mental/social disorders. Be blessed, my friend, as you and your wife rest in His continual presence and mercy.

  2. Totally understandable, Mr. Davis. I will be praying for your wife and your family.

  3. I’m sorry to hear about Mrs. Davis’s cancer. I’ll be praying for her and for you and your family.

  4. Mr. Davis, you’re family should always come first, so it is understanable. I will keep your family in my prayers.


  5. I’m so sorry, Mr. Davis. I’ll pray for you and your wife and family.
    If you happen to have the time, I’d recommend you watch a series called “The Truth About Cancer”: It goes really in depth on the causes and cures for cancer that are available and would be a great help to you and your family during this time.
    May God bless you and keep you during this time of trial. [Num. 6:24-26]

  6. I will pray if I can. I sincerely hope that she gets better. Take hope in the fact that one of my family members had a form of cancer three times, all times recovered unscathed, and she is still alive.

  7. I and my family are praying for you and yours.

  8. Please take all the time you need. I’ll be praying for you, your wife, and whole family.
    Much love and peace in Christ.

  9. We’re lifting you, your wife, and your family up in prayer. May The Lord hold you all close.

  10. Havent been following your work quite like I used too. your books have made a difference in my life. I will e praying for ms Susie- Craboy

  11. Praying for you and your family. And I’m planning to donate when I get my first paycheck for this upcoming job. Love you guys. *hugs*

  12. I’ll remember to ask my youth group and i’ll pray for her too. Oh and I just did a review on your book The Candlestone hope it brightens your day!The-Candlestone/cu6k/56aeb4900cf2062bd410d93e

  13. hey do u think i could send a dollar to u via snail mail

  14. it might take a while wasn’t ables to check been extremely busy do my homework and studying near the end of the school year. Can’t wait for 9th grade to end because then i get to read as much as my heart desires. Oh and the prediction was Merlin was in the stone as well and i got it right i was so excited about that. I’m on the circle of seven so good at first i was fooled by the dragon but then it hit me wouldn’t Cleafspeare have mentioned him then i knew it was the devil. I can’t wait to finish it so I can read the Tears of dragons

  15. Oh I got your letter today. Thank you for the bookmarks they are the best

  16. hey my review is up


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