Readers will be able to relate to some stories while finding others rather bizarre, said Schmidt. Narratives will provoke chuckles and cause misty eyes as the entire range human emotions and experiences is explored.
The author offers colorful descriptions of people who wandered in and out of his life, many leaving behind their peculiar brush strokes on the canvas of his life. Schmidt’s sometimes incapacitating struggle with fear and anger will grip readers as he pulls back the curtain on his experiences growing up in a preacher’s home and his efforts not to be a repeat violent abuser.
Schmidt, whose book is available at www.amazon.com and Kindle, has earned degrees from Apostolic Bible Institute and Indiana University. He hosted “The Voice of Endtime” on WNTS 1590 AM for 23 years. He and his wife, Wendy, have three grown children and live in Greenwood.