Monday, March 3, 2014

I Don't See Heaven

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My review

Isabella is sitting under a tree in her backyard dreaming about her first plane ride to see her grandmother. Isabella is so excited that she is the first one up in the morning. She sits by the window on the plane. However Isabella quickly turns sad. She was expecting to see her grandpa in heaven. Her parents tell her that she can not physically see heaven but she can still see her grandpa anytime she desires. All she has to do is just close her eyes and think of him.
I Don't See Heaven is a great book for young children and adults. If parents need a way to help their children briefly understand about heaven then they can read this book to their kids. What I most liked about this book was the fact that the story was simple and had a good message. The fact that the words were on their own page with the picture on the next page really made reading this book clean and easy. It was not clustered in the picture. Also the pictures were straight forward with not a bunch of details. This does make it easy for children to read the book themselves while enjoying the picture at the same time. Pick up a copy of this book today.

I Don't See Heaven is now available on Amazon and Barnes &Nobles 

Jennifer Adan relocated to Nashville, TN, after winning a songwriting competition sponsored by Jeffrey Steele. She has since joined the Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI) and West Coast Songwriters Association (WCS), learning to perfect her craft. She wrote a number one hit for CMA winner and “The Voice” judge, Blake Shelton titled, “She Wouldn’t Be Gone." The song was released as the first single off Shelton’s album Startin’ Fires. The single debuted at number 52 on the Billboard: Hot Country Songs chart and hit #1 on the chart several weeks later. She has continued to prove herself to be not only a songwriter but also a writer in its truest sense; with her newest endeavor I Don’t See Heaven.
Keep up with the ambitious Nashville based writer through her website and grab a
copy of I Don’t See Heaven on Amazon or your local Barnes and Noble store

1 comment:

Henry Kellner said...

Book Review Request

“What a delightful book. I will almost certainly revisit this endearing book, and I suspect I shall also remember it well in years to some.”
~Lynette Sofras, Smashwords

Not a good idea to read this in bed when people are sleeping. It is so funny that I was choking down my giggles. It did not take me long to finish this wonderful book. There were no spy stories, magic dragons, werewolves or vampires. There is just Willie growing up during World War 2 with his family.
I loved this book due to the fact that I could relate to it. As Willie grows up, his viewpoint changes and life changes. The book relates many good stories with moral and family values everyone will appreciate.
I Don’t Wanna Be an Orange was funny yet touching. I would recommend it to anyone.
~ Ailyn Koay

I Don’t Wanna Be an Orange Anymore
Hank Kellner

Growing up in the fictional town of Meadowview, young Willie Watson objects to being required to play the part of an orange in the school play when he is nine and in the fourth grade. But that's just the beginning of his problems. As he continues through elementary school and into junior high school, Willie has to deal with the town bully; Christmas with his relatives; the death of a schoolmate; the loss of his girlfriend; the theft of a fountain pen, and his broken eyeglasses.
But that’s not all. Willie doesn’t want to eat his peas; take the garbage out; deal with his troublesome kid sister; try to climb the ropes in gym class while his gym teacher harasses him, or have to stay after school until he’s “…old enough to grow a beard.”
Readers will discover how Willy becomes a member of Brucie’s gang; what happens in the old movie house on Main Street; how feisty old Grandma inspires Willie, and much, much more.
Included in this book are such chapters as "There Is No Santa Claus," "Oh Captain, My Captain," "The Dog in the Rhinestone Collar," "A Bird's Just a Bird," and "Hey Brucie, Your Sister Wears Long Underwear."
I Don’t Wanna Be an Orange Anymore contains a wealth of humorous and often touching descriptions of a young boy's fantasies and life experiences as he grows up in a small town many years ago. This coming of age book is suitable not only for young adults, but also for older readers.
An eBook published at Amazon and Smashwords


About the Author

Hank Kellner is a veteran of the Korean War and a retired associate professor of English. He is the author of 125 Photos for English Composition Classes (J. Weston Walch, 1978), How to Be a Better Photographer (J. Weston Walch, 1980), Write What You See (Prufrock Press, 2010), and, with Elizabeth Guy Reflect and Write: 300 Poems and Photographs to Inspire Writing Prufrock Press, 2013). His other writings and photographs have appeared in hundreds of publications and journals nationwide
Kellner’s most recent writings include twelve E-books. Included in this collection are: Terror at Mirror Lake, a psychological thriller; I Don’t Wanna Be an Orange Anymore, a coming of age novel; The Lucky Star House of Celestial Pleasures, a satire in the style of Voltaire; The Pokerbury Tales, a satire in the style of Chaucer; several works of illustrated poetry; two cookbooks, and two other works of non fiction. To discover more about these works, please visit

Thank you for your consideration,
Hank Kellner