Crestview author explores biblical end in new book

Published: Friday, February 8, 2013 at 05:17 PM.

Construction work eventually became available again; it helps pay the bills, but stands second to Barnhill's true passion.

"I wish I could make enough with book writing because that is all I would do," he said.


Barnhill said he wants future generations to read his literary works, but recognizes the publishing industry's stiff competition and hard knocks.

"I want my writing to be my signature, saying I was here at one time," he said. "I figure my grandkids will probably make more profit from my books than I will."

A lot of hard work goes into publishing a book, not the least of which is finding a publisher that will green-light the project.

"Most people don't realize that publishing (companies) in America will not touch a first-time author," he said.

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