SOME OTHER CHRISTMAS
By Will Schuck
Audio CD/booklet, 10:41
Is there a better Christmas gift than the gift of friendship, especially when it happens by taking a risk? That is what neighbors Bill and Jim find when they meet by chance in SOME OTHER CHRISTMAS.
Putting aside his feelings of despair and anger over his mother's death, Bill decides to tromp through the snow to investigate a rainbow of light coming from the home of Jim -- a neighbor he has never met. What is the source of this strange light, and what does it have to do with granting Bill's and Jim's Christmas wishes? The pages of SOME OTHER CHRISTMAS reveal the answers through an uplifting story that revives their faith in the holiday, in friendship, and in the endurance of love.
Let this be the story your family treasures each Christmas season, and shares for years to come.
Release date: July 25, 2012
Recorded by: Will Schuck
Music by: Charlene Lockwood
Genre: Christian, Spoken Word
BREAKDOWN: SHERWOOD ANDERSON'S BEGINNING AS A WRITER IN NORTHEAST OHIO
By Will Schuck
Paperback, 250 pages
"Breakdown" outlines and explains the unusual events surrounding November 28, 1912, the day Sherwood Anderson abandoned his work and family responsibilities in order to embark on a writing career. The story also offers details of Anderson's civic and home life, describes his relationship with his wife, and examines the influences that affected the writing of his first two novels Windy McPherson's Son and Marching Men.
Release date: Not yet released
Genre: Literary history
EDITED BY WILL SCHUCK
THE LOVELINESS OF LOVE
By Veda Sutliff, edited by Will Schuck
Paperback, 172 pages
Experience the rugged history of the Higley, Ritter and Sutliff families from their humble beginnings in colonial America through the late 20th century through the eyes of Ohio-native Veda Sutliff. Mrs. Sutliff wrote this account of her family's story when she was 88 years young. Besides relating a journey through time, the narrative shows through words and photographs a journey of faith handed down from generation to generation. While times and people changed, the faith of the Higleys, Ritters and Sutliffs held fast to a deep reliance on God despite individual hardship, economic depression and societal pressures.
Release date: 1995
Publisher: Veda Sutliff
A forthcoming collection of poems, WHERE I COME FROM, includes selections that explain and express not only the geographies that Will Schuck calls home, but also the events, people, and details-of-life that go into forming the people we all become.
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