What do you call something that seemingly comes out of nothing? That’s what we all are in our universe, mostly if not all related scientific as well as biblical stories we could ever find. Yet, it does not mean we really are “nothing” and should remain so when we deserve our own place under the heavens. Now, just as a caterpillar metamorphoses and breaks out from its earlier states to become a flying butterfly it is meant to be, “Daddy Jack’s Place” by award-winning Priscilla B Shuler comes out of its cocoon and soars on the Aussie bestseller charts!

From literally rank-less and virtually unknown, book lovers have now found what they were missing out on for so long in “Daddy Jack’s Place.” The book has climbed millions of steps and even reached #222 in Kindle eBooks recently.

Besides, can you count millions in less than 24 hours? How many steps can you walk in a short span of time? A person can normally do 1 or 2 steps per second, so that means one can usually walk a maximum of 172,800 steps in 24 hours without stopping or resting. 10,000 steps a day would have normally been enough. Imagine climbing up not only hundreds of thousands but even millions of steps. This is what makes this feat by “Daddy Jack’s Place” so outstanding and astounding.

Will it soar like an eagle and reach the topmost spots? Probably not, but possibly yes. Perhaps only time will tell. Better yet, you – our dear fellow readers – can decide.

As the eCommerce giant does hourly updates, we took a screenshot of the noteworthy moment for the Christian fiction.

Earlier on, Shuler’s 4 other books – “Kuimba,” “Favored,” “Rat,” and “The Medallion” – also took quantum leaps on various bestselling charts. “Kuimba” even got the BREW Readers’ Choice award recently.

Congratulations again, dear Priscilla!

To those among us who don’t have a copy yet, get yours now via the links below.

Know more about Priscilla B Shuler and her 6 books through the link below.

By The BREWer

As a caterpillar goes out of its dark cocoon, grows its wings, and flies high up in the sky, I acknowledge my role in the entire process of the written word's metamorphosis through The Chrysalis BREW Project. I believe that beauty and goodness exist in everything and everyone - may we let that emerge and shine in each word we read, concoct, write, or share.

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