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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Interview with Ed Grizzle, author of It's Your Decision


Title: It's Your Decision
Author: Ed Grizzle
Publisher: iUniverse
Pages: 128
Genre: Family Relationships/Parenting
Format: Ebook
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 Children are gifts from God, but parenting those children can often be a difficult task. In It’s Your Decision, author Ed Grizzle shows how parenting can be successful when it’s carried out according to God’s plan. Using his life’s experiences as a guide, Grizzle explores the importance of making the right decisions in life—from choosing the right lifestyle and the right mate and to raising children according to what God has planned for you.

It’s Your Decision discusses
 • planning for children;
 • knowing what children need;
 • being aware of the important years in a child’s life;
 • understanding that children will test parents;
 • valuing the role of grandparents;
 • dealing with abused children;
 • communicating openly and honestly;
 • clarifying family roles.

 Grizzle presents a guide to strengthening lives and making your family life more enjoyable. He shows how this is possible when you accept Jesus Christ into your life; he will show you the way in the difficult times.

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Has someone been instrumental in inspiring you to write?

I would say that other than Jesus Christ, my wife Mary had the most influence for inspiring me to write this book.

Who is your favorite author? Why?

I really don’t know since I am not a big reader.

What was your first sale as an author?

I sold my first to a friend in Bloomington.

When in the day/night do you write? How long per day?

It really depends on how I am feeling as to whether I write in the day or night. I spend an average of 2 to 3 hours a day writing.

What is the hardest part of writing your books?

Since this is my first book, I thought it went rather well all the way through.

Ed Grizzle started a ministry called It’s Your Decision that helps addicts, prostitutes, and others who face difficult circumstances. He and his late wife, Mary, raised two children. Grizzle currently lives in Illinois

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