Thank you everyone for your support on my journey. I have several more interviews with near-death experiencers available on my YouTube Channel.
Also, Angels in the OR, which covers the story of my near-death experience and life after that moment, will launch on April 16, 2019— 25 years after that massive car accident I experienced in Austin, Texas during my senior year of college. The near-death experience during spinal surgery at Brackenridge Hospital altered my life forever, and I have never lost the memory of the light or the vast, unconditional love from the other side. I have never forgotten the insights communicated to me.
The river that I saw during my near-death experience was strikingly similar to the river that flows outside of TCC’s beautiful Trinity River Campus, and I have spent the last ten years teaching English and Creative Writing here. I’ve loved this job and all the wonderful students, staff, and faculty members that I have met over the years. Many of our building’s beautiful classrooms and balconies overlook the Trinity River.
Last week, I shared some advance copies with people on our campus, and I can’t wait to hear your feedback on the book. It is almost every English major’s dream to have a published book in print. I have loved books since I learned to read the year before Kindergarten, and part of the reason I worked to accomplish this goal was to inspire my students to believe that they can achieve their dreams.