Schuyler-based author Rebecca A. Stevenson has paired with RoseDog Books to released a new spiritual novel. “Red Dolphin,” a 124-page paperback, is based on the story of the Prodigal son and follows the story of a young woman who goes on an adventure of a lifetime.

The story opens with Fawn Anderson seeking the world record for a seven-minute breath hold while free diving. She soon learns that the goal will be almost impossible, but while on this journey of life, Fawn endures many adventures, some she dreamed about and some she could have never fathomed.

As the story ends, Fawn finds herself in a place she had never imagined, but discovers it was the destination God had in mind for her all along.

The author has had a passion for free diving for years. She has achieved a seven-minute breath hold level: a rare achievement at the time for a woman. In her spare time, Stevenson enjoys spending time with friends, spoiling her cat, Galaxy, and being an active member in many social organizations.

Stevenson has been writing for the last 42 years and has a deep faith that she shares with others through her writing.

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Schuyler-based author Rebecca A. Stevenson has paired with RoseDog Books to released a new spiritual novel. “Red Dolphin,” a 124-page paperback, is based on the story of the Prodigal son and follows the story of a young woman who goes on an adventure of a lifetime.

St. John’s Lutheran Church in Schuyler holiday fair; Winside United Methodist Church's annual Roast Beef Dinner; The Community Bible Church in Norfolk expositions.

Our Savior Lutheran Church, 2420 W. Omaha Ave., Norfolk, will meet in room 14 starting at 5 p.m. on  Nov. 12, 19, 26 for grief share. For more information contact Dave Pobanz at 402-649-5591.

Harvest Party set at Westridge United Methodist Church; Norfolk Sacred Heart Parish to host burger bash; Trunk or Treat at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church; Christ Lutheran Church ladies circle meets.