I identify, in a humorous way, five major themes that include making a difference with an undesired solution and that prayer changes things.
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (PRWEB) April 13, 2015
If you have faith to believe and courage to press on, some difficult decisions can yield incredible results. Carl Ramsey wrote “Sir Christian De Galis and the Fish Gravy” to share that great outcomes can come from complicated beginnings.
Despite his past misadventures and supposed lack of skills, Sir Christian is chosen to take on an extremely important quest for the realm. Along the way, he suspects the true object of this quest may be Sir Christian himself and his earlier discovery of his father’s long-lost substance of great power (despite such an innocent name). On these discoveries might depend the survival of the kingdom.
Ramsey is a United States Marine Corps Veteran who served in the Vietnam War and has since continued his devotion and service to others. He used his Marine Corps training to graduate from college with high distinction, studying English literature and biblical theology. Ten percent of the proceeds from autographed copies are donated to help veterans, churches and people in need.
“Sir Christian De Galis and the Fish Gravy” promotes spiritual and life lessons learned through a fun and laughter-filled adventure. Families can be assured that the content is clean and upholds traditional values.
“I identify, in a humorous way, five major themes that include making a difference with an undesired solution and that prayer changes things.” Ramsey said. Fellow veteran, Paul Dillon, further enhances the humor with his comedic illustrations.
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“Sir Christian de Galis and the Fish Gravy”
By Carl E. Ramsey
ISBN-10: 1490856706 (Paperback)
Available in softcover, hardcover and e-book.
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Westbow Press
About the author
Carl Ramsey is a devoted Christian and a Vietnam War Veteran. He is active in many organizations dedicated to serving other veterans, including those that are homeless. He currently resides in St. Louis, Missouri. “Sir Christian de Galis and the Fish Gravy” is his first book. Autographed copies available upon request.
For review copies or interview requests, contact: Jake Doll