"I wrote this book for three reasons," explains Clouten. "First, I wanted to validate how God has led throughout my journey. Second, as Ngaire and I read these chapters together, it will help us recall our shared experiences. And finally, I want my readers to be encouraged in their own journeys."
The summary of the book on its back cover states, Anyone who believes that librarians live ho-hum lives should read this book. Keith's life has been filled with adventure and travel. Besides a life-long career as an academic librarian in three countries, Keith has volunteered in at least a dozen others. Librarianship was not Keith's original career choice, but his story reveals how God led him step by step into a life of rewarding experiences.
The Road from Stoney Creek is Clouten's fourth book. Prior to this he wrote:
- Reid's Mistake: A History of Lake Macquarie to 1890
- Hunter Valley Bush Walk
- Journeys: Devotions for Travelers