Wednesday, September 7, 2016

New Website Now Live

My new website is up and running.   Please check it out at www.terrilfivash.com and let me know what you think.  Please post comments here on this blog, since the new site does not yet have the capability to take comments.  Let me know of any issues you find on the site.  Thanks!

23 comments:

  1. Yay. It's up! I just finished rereading Joseph for the um-teenth time while I await #6.

    Is Sety of book 5 a descendant of Lord Sety in Joseph?

    How about deleted scenes from books 4 and 5. That should keep us busy for a while??? :-)

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    1. There weren't very many deleted scenes from books 4 and 5 that pertain to the story. Most of those from book 4 are in book 5, and the ones deleted from book 5 are not relevant any longer. As for Sety . . . wait and see!

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  2. can you please explain the reasoning behind using stone henge for your picture on your web site?

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    1. Stonehenge is a very recognized epitome of mystery, of what we don't know. In spite of all the archaeological information we have, of all the studies that have been done, the bottom line is we don't know what Stonehenge was used for, what it represented to the people who built it, or even how it was built. It is a constant reminder of how much I don't know about the things around me, about the people I meet or whom I love, even about myself. It reminds me that I should never assume to know things because only God knows the truth about us all.

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  3. The website is hard to use on a mobile device. Maybe you can't help it but I just wanted you to be aware.

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    1. What problems are you running into? I might be able to do something.

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    2. It's hard to open drop down menus without clicking on the first item in the drop down menu. Some pages I have to scroll a little back and forth to read everything as it doesn't all fit side to side. Not all pages have menus on top so I have to click back to get to another part. But some do have menus.

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    3. Thanks, Janice. Others have mentioned those things also, and I'm debating how to make the site easier to navigate for those using smart phones. I've had one suggestion about menus that seems easy to implement so I'll try to do that first. Thanks for your response.
      Terri

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  5. Any ideas on where I could get a copy of Book 4? Only one missing from my set. Really looking forward to Book 6! Thank you for sharing your wonderful gift with words!
    Judy Rowe, jdyrw@aol.com

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    1. Go to the Order Information page on my website, which is working now. There is an 800 number posted for the Michigan ABC. They have book 4. I'm glad you are enjoying the series!
      Terri

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  6. I discovered the Dahveed books first, then read Joseph, and just finished Boaz and Ruth. Can you explain a little more about the rainy season and harvest time? They seem different than what I would expect. It seems to start the rainy season at harvest time. Is that the fall rainy season? Or Spring?

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  7. In a mediterranean climate, rain comes from around late September to mid-May. During the summer it doesn't rain. The early rains are the ones in September, and that is when planting begins for grains. The latter rains are in the spring, and they ripen the grain which is harvested just before summer begins. This means that their growing season is during our winter! I hope that explains things.

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  8. I just finished reading book 5 for the third time !
    Fantastic story! Every time I read it I find myself learning new glimpses of how God is present in our lives. Thank you !

    Know that you are in my prayers as you continue your writing process!

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  9. My sister who lives in Berrien Springs has sent me each of your books as they were published. Most have been signed by you and I am so grateful to you and my sister. I have learned much from your letting God use you and your talents. As others have mentioned, each re-read has added rewards. Anxious to see Dahveed 6. Thank you much.

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  10. I love your books. My Grandma got me started reading them and I have now read them multiple times. I have most of them but I can't find Dahveed 3 and 4 in paperback. I was wondering if you had any suggestions? Thank you!

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    1. If all else fails, the Michigan ABC has all the series in hard copy. Call 1-877-227-4800, and they will be happy to ship to you!

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  11. I have some questions and comments I would like to ask and share, but I feel like it might be more involved than is necessary for others to read on a blog post. Do you give out an email address where people can contact you? (Joseph is still my absolute favourite book of all time, and Dahveed 1 is a close second.)

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  12. If you send an e-mail to tlc@andrews.edu, it will find it's way to me. God bless.

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  13. Dear Terri,

    Thank you so much for all your work that you do to share the wonderful insights The Father has blessed you with! Your books have been a tremendous blessing to my family and I. Abba has used each one to speak to us and teach us something.
    The Father has given me a passion for sharing His word in it's proper culture and context but I have a LONG way to go before I can do that and you are an inspiration to me.
    We are in Dahveed 3 and are so enjoying it! Know that you are in our prayers as you continue to do this work. We are really looking forward to Dahveed 6! I hope you are blessed by your break from writing and spending time with your father.

    May the El of Israel richly bless you!

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  14. I love your books!!!! I read them all in one week. I will read them again when Dahveed 6 comes out. I have loaned mine out many times and started to see that the binding on book 3 (pg 138+) is losing it's binding. I don't know if other people have had this problem, but I wanted you to know. I am praying for you as you care for your father. I have also in the past had to put life on hold while I cared for my mother.

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  15. I'm glad you are enjoying the stories, and thanks for letting me know about the book binding. Yes, there was one printing where somewhat of a problem developed. The press caught it, but some books slipped by. My apologies that you got one. If it becomes too much of a problem, try returning it. Some ABC's will take them. God bless!

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