Book Spotlight – A Song for Zipporah – David Harris

A Song for Zipporah.  Zipporah is the eldest daughter of Jethro, a priest of Midian. She loves singing and has a voice that’s absolutely hypnotic. She wants to one day leave Midian and marry the man of her dreams. Then one night a strange dream turned her world upside down.  Now her dream will either become like her sweet song or her worse nightmare.  A powerful must-read for all age groups.

Which five words best describe A Song for Zipporah?

 The Dream that came true.

Can you share one highlight from the book? 

 “Wisdom does not always come in the order of our choosing.” 

What is the purpose of this book?

 The purpose of this book is sheer entertainment and delves into the possibility that just maybe some of the things written herein just might be true.

 Are there themes that you find turn up again and again in your work? A common thread?

The theme that turns up over and over is that the character Zipporah is haunted by mysterious dreams as she comes closer and closer to meeting the stranger who would change the course of human history.

Which character or part of the book was the most fun to write? Which part was the hardest?

 It was most fun writing about the dialogues and storytelling of Jethro to his 7 daughters. It was most difficult writing about the heartaches and disappointments facing Jethro’s daughter wanting to marry yet not finding a suitable man.  My most loyal readers know I have a great, vivid and detailed imagination about the importance of family unity, especially in times of need.

Can you tell us something that even your most loyal fans may not know about you?

 In summary, Every man is a book written and read by all. He will be well-read whether he knows it or not. It is therefore wise that every man is a good read from page to page and from cover to cover. 

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