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This is fun for me. At about the same time I finish the last part of "An Amish Home", I get to re-visit the first chapter of my first story, "An Amish Journey".
"Rest on Grace" is the conclusion of "An Amish Home". Over the course of writing this, the story seemed to find its own direction. Everything kept coming back to the little girl, Ruth. We each have our own story of faith. This story was no different in that respect. The father, Allan, had his faith tested repeatedly and each…Continue
Added by George Michael Loughmueller on April 12, 2013 at 7:34am — No Comments
Perfect Nothing is the seventh story in the One series. Author Rachel Hunter is contributing 100% of her proceeds to Give Kids the World (www.GKTW.org). She has taken time out of her busy college schedule for a brief interview.
MM: Rachel Hunter is a two-time award winning poet, she has an upcoming fantasy novel and, at nineteen, is the youngest author in this series. Her story Perfect Nothing is a moving and highly personal account of her own…Continue
Added by Mark Miller on March 8, 2012 at 6:22pm — No Comments
The One series continues with Trestle Press for a March release that focuses on a serious topic.
by Rachel Hunter
Rachel is an award-winning poet and first year medical student. Somehow, she finds time to write. I think it took a lot of courage to share her harrowing story with us. Please take the time to read it and remember she is donating her proceeds to Give Kids the World.
Rachel Hunter says that no one should have expected her to be more than…Continue
Added by Mark Miller on March 1, 2012 at 11:25am — No Comments
Charley is a woman who is burdened with immense emotional pain. She has suffered for herself and for her daughter, Jenny, for many years. Doctors are able to keep Jenny alive after her heart stops, but to what end? Confined to her twisted, silent body, Jenny is, for all intents and purposes, gone.
Gone is a fantasy novel based on the true story of Julie Elizabeth Powell and her daughter Samantha. In the novel, Charley is thrust into a sometimes strange, sometimes comforting…Continue