My health has improved to the point now, that I am going to start doing some volunteering next week. If all goes well, I will be volunteering at a downtown food pantry starting on Monday. Three different medical people were helpful, recently, in this healing. I am also grateful for the many people that have said prayers on my behalf. Thank You!.
I am also progressing in my efforts to complete three different books. Although the majority of the sales of my first nine books were promotional sales, I have sold about 3000 copies so far of my books. You should look for my name (Rhiannon Tibbetts) on Amazon, because I regularly offer some of my ebooks for free there.
One of my new books will be a novel. This will be another installment in my series of books about the Christian/transgender charactefr named Hope. This volume will be the longest of the four books in the series. This installment is meant to fit in as the second book, chronologically, in the series. I have tentative plans to write a fith book, too, which would serve as the concluding installment.
The second book that I am currently working on is another volume of poetry. I have written about thirty poems for that book. Most of those poems have received some editing, thanks to the advice of my Church’s writing group.
The third book that is currently underway, is a book that will chronicle the health journey that I have been on over the last few years. This journey spans several years and just recently has looked much more promising.
I have been doing a fair amount of correspondence in the last few months as well.
Some of the people that I have written to include: President Obama, Senator Baldwin, Congressman Pocan, Pope Francis, Russ Feingold, Secretary Clinton, Senator Sanders, Reverend Franklin Graham, Timothy Cardinal Dolan, Bishop Robert Morlino and a couple of other local, religious leaders.
So far, I have heard back from: Senator Baldwin, Bishop Morlino and from some of the local religious leaders. The content of these letters was centered around transgender human rights and transgender healthcare concerns.