You May Be, But God Is (Author Interview)

You May Be, But God Is looks like a great book.  Any plans to turn it into a series?
"You May Be, But God Is" is a devotional with plans to turn it into a motion picture film. Currently, there is a short film that accompanies the book known as, "Faith in the Desert" and follows the journey of a military man that is lost in the desert and searching for water. He finds the living water. The film can be found here

How long did it take you to write You May Be, But God Is?
"You May Be, But God Is" was written diligently in six months through trials and tribulations. 

What inspired you when writing You May Be, But God Is?    
"You May Be, But God Is" was inspired by my family and my faith. I grew up without a devotional like this and if I had one similar to this as a young kid maybe I wouldn't have gotten into a lot of trouble.

Can you tell us a little about You May Be, But God Is?
"You May Be, But God Is" is a gratitude devotional that reminds readers that there is always something to be thankful for. This gratitude journal enables readers to write what they are happy and grateful for each day.

Did anything stick out as particularly challenging when writing You May Be, But God Is?
With a lot of things going on in the world, it was hard to pick the right words and scriptures that can impact people on a positive Christian level. I spoke with God and he sent me that right scriptures and words to say. 

What do you like to do when not writing?
When I'm not writing books, I write movies.  I consult other writers and independent producers on how to turn their film idea into an actual movie.

Where can readers find out more about your work?

Readers can add me on social media @clydepublishers or @jeralclyde on Instagram and @thejeralclyde on Twitter. My Publishing company is launching early July where readers can get autographed copies of all books ordered their.

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