Out of the 6 books I’ve had published, Knee Deep: A 9-Month Whirlpool of Handwritten Letters to The Creator is the one I fought hard and resisted its publication. Knee Deep: A 9-Month Whirlpool of Handwritten Letters to the Creator (Frog Blog): Eder, Christina M: 9781734659627: Amazon.com: Books

It took supernatural courage to have many of my handwritten journal entries put into print for anyone to read.

Knee Deep became the most efficient and timely project I’ve published, despite worldwide events during 2019-2020.

I purposely didn’t market Knee Deep, but word-of-mouth spread, and it became my most reviewed book.

All my writing is done in 1–2-page segments so you can read them cover-to-cover or as stand-alone pieces. 

The following is a sample from Knee Deep: A 9-Month Whirlpool of Handwritten Letters to The Creator.



Thank you for a heated home, especially during this January cold blast.  You know I’m sensitive to cold, so every time the furnace kicks in, I use its sound to trigger gratitude.

I not only have one sweater, one scarf, or one pair of socks, but extra ones. (Funny, because after I finished writing that sentence, the furnace kicked off again and it reminded me to pray for people who don’t have hot beverages, warm showers, meals, cozy blankets).

I nearly cry when I picture people living in cars or tents. Even though I support homeless missions, I have no idea what they face every day. Continue to show me when and how I’m to use my warmth to generate heat for others.

Gratefully bundled,


Reader! Your turn.

What is the most courageous thing you’ve done?

How has that impacted others?

What did you discover from that act of courage?

Thank you for your continued support and encouragement,


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