Book Promotion: Of Little Faith by Thomas J. Eggert

Today’s book promotion comes from Thomas J. Eggert and his book called Of Little Faith. If you like Thrillers, take a look below. You might just find another book for your “to read” pile!

Book:Of Little Faith
Author: Thomas J. Eggert

Publisher: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
Format: ebook
Release Date:


ʺWhat would you do if everything you held precious in life was suddenly ripped from you? How would you react to the torture of your spouse and murder of your only child–a five-year-old boy? What if you were forced to witness the savage events and made to feel responsible for the horror? Would you abandon all hope in humanity? Would you lose all faith in a life and ideology you once cherished? If offered the chance and the resources, would you track down the man who destroyed your life? Would you kill him? Would you be willing to chase this madman straight to hell to finish the job? And, once there, what if you had a single opportunity to abandon your vengeful quest and exit hell? Would you escape to save your soul or would you stay to exact your revenge. . . ? And so it was, Vincent Goss, wounded and bound, witnessed his wife’s brutal rape and his only child’s torture and murder at the hands of a notorious madman. Vincent, a simple farmer and devoted husband, is forced to commit his wife to a sanatorium after the savage events. His life shattered, consumed by rage, Vincent seeks his revenge–both on earth and after his death in hell. Join Vincent Goss on this metaphysical thrill ride. Immerse yourself in his merciless struggle with love, loss, revenge and absolution. Open your mind and prepare for an altered reality and a unique vision of hell . . . a hell unlike anything you’ve ever imagined.ʺ



The Author:

Q & A:

The best thing about writing this book?

The best thing about writing this book was finally getting the complete concept on paper and out of my head. It was a demon I had to exorcise. . . .


Where did you get your idea for this story?

I wrote Of Little Faith over the course of 24 years. I have no clue where the idea for the story came from or what compelled me to write it. I started the first draft at the age of 24. I stopped writing at chapter 2 because that chapter was overwhelmingly painful and I was much too inexperienced to write it. I went back to college, learned to write, signed up for all classes that would help me with the book, then wrote the full first draft at age 30. My wife at the time read it and then divorced me (yes, the first draft was just that bad ;-). At age 32, over the course of 7 months, I rewrote the 60,000 word first draft into a 130,000 word novel. Over the next 5 years, I rewrote and revised. I published the book in 2006 so I could put a cover on it and give it out to friends and family. It was never promoted so the book just gathered dust for over 7 years–which was fine by me since I just wanted that story out of my head and on paper. I eventually remarried to a wonderful woman. She read and loved the book and urged me to publish it as an ebook. Who am I to argue with my wife? So back to work…. In 2013 / 2014, Over the course of 6 months, I revised, fine-tuned and edited the book. What you have before you is my FINAL vision and story, a story unlike anything you have ever read. I do hope you enjoy the ride!


What would you tell aspiring writers out there?

Be willing to sacrifice for your writing. My own personal experience with this single novel drove me to the brink many times. I take on these characters as if they are me. I think their most horrible thoughts and feel what they feel. It is not fun. . . . Writing, for me, is very painful. I struggle as my characters struggle. I suffer as they suffer. But the ultimate payoff is very satisfying. Have vision, patience, and never give up!


What is your favorite book?
Old Yeller


Coffee, Tea, or Hot Chocolate?


Anything else that you would like to add?
Thanks for this website and the help!
Thomas Eggert


I want to thank Thomas J. Eggert for allowing me to promote his book on my blog. I hope this post has inspired you to go out and read Of Little Faith!


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