The Man in White
Publisher: Innovo Publishing
Date: November 2011
Duration: 3 hours 33 minutes
ABOUT THE BOOK: The Man in White is a book of poems that challenge the way we think about our Christian faith and the way we live it. Delight in fictitious short stories and thought-provoking musings reminding us that God laughs, cries, loves us, and is forever faithful. Many of the stories are emotionally-charged. They pull the reader in and immerse him in real-life situations. Some are serious in nature, touching on sensitive issues with which we are all faced. Others are light-hearted and entertain in a melodious style that will undoubtedly draw a smile. Miltenberger utilizes the traditional rhyme and metric style in the majority of his writings, with a smattering of free verse. His poems invoke through emotion a variety of inspiring messages that are enjoyed by all.
**** ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Dave Miltenberger grew up in a small Iowa town where he learned and embraced Christian values. He was saved at a young age, but fell away from the Lord as he grew and left his small town. While the world tried its best to claim his soul, he refused to let go of the Christian values he learned so long ago. He endeavored to apply those values to his walk with God and to his writings. He fell in love with God as a young child and with poetry as a young teen. Throughout his life, he has used these values to express his love for both. His poetry is heartfelt and may invoke tears, laughter, or perhaps a wrinkled brow in deep thought. Most of all, the reader will enjoy seeing the variety of subjects and issues that unfold in his poems and the observations that Dave reveals.