Posted by: Jill Potts Jones | November 13, 2015

Proceeds for “Fear Mountain” go towards the Dellosso’s adoption costs

fear“Fear Mountain” by Mike Dellosso is a suspense-filled adventure that will keep you reading from the first page to the last.  It is a quick read, but it is filled with action, adventure, mystery, suspense and family-bonding like you’ve never seen before.  When Billy, his brother Henry, his father and his grandfather suffering from Alzheimer’s take a hunting trip, they never dream that they will become the hunted.  Four German soldiers, unaware of the end of World War II, begin taking them prisoner one by one and Billy, the disappointment of his father, is the only one who can rescue them from the Nazis and save them from the horrors of being prisoners of war.  Billy soon discovers that the only way out is to place his trust totally and completely in God.  Can he let go of his fear and rely on God when it seems like the mountain is winning?  Can we?

Mike Dellosso and his wife have decided to adopt a teen girl from a former Soviet nation. They hosted her for the summer and immediately saw the great need. She needed a family. She needed a mom and dad, and they felt God was leading them to be her mom and dad. The adoption journey is a long one and can be quite rigorous. And, no surprise, it’s expensive. That’s where the journey of my orphaned book and our orphaned daughter-to-be intersect.  Read more of the story of how this book and his adoption story intersect on his adoption blog.

From now until the end of the year, “Fear Mountain” is available on Kindle for $2.99 with all of the proceeds going towards their adoption.  Please take an opportunity to purchase this book (here) and help support them and get a great story in the process.  You can also help by making donations at their youcaring page.


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