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Her father believed that she would be alright; the reader wants to know she will be too. With my roots firmly planted in Georgia, the setting had to play a critical part in the story.
So, I modeled my fictional town after so many small Southern towns and I set in some of my love of nature and gardening. Being a Southerner, I had definite ideas about elements I needed for this story to come alive. Besides fascinating characters and a distinctive setting, there had to be a little crazy, eccentric, and some downright mean, mixed with suspense, romance, and lots of southern charm. I think of the non-fiction as an overflow of what the Lord has done in my life and what He continues to reveal to me about Himself.
In the meantime, I want to be faithful to write whatever God puts on my heart. It was also awarded the Selah Finalist Award in the same year. Rose enjoys writing for her blog, Write Moments with God and engaging with her readers. A native Georgian, Rose has lived in a suburb of Augusta for the last thirty years. She is currently an adjunct English instructor at a community college. In addition to reading and writing, Rose enjoys cooking, sewing, gardening, and spending time with her six children and their growing families. And yes, sweet iced tea is her beverage of choice.
July 8, by liztolsma gmail. Please join me in welcoming Renee Blare this week. She has a great story behind her brand new release Through Raging Waters. If Mother Nature has her way, Timber Springs will never be the same…. A warm spring and early rainstorms melt the snowpack.
Spring runoff compounded by the storm of the century sends Timber Springs into a tailspin. Tossed into the role of rescuer, local pharmacist Paul Fitzgerald must face his past before the whole world falls apart. While he fights to contain the beast around him, he finds his steadfast control slipping through his fingers. Melissa Hampton has her own demons to battle. What an interesting premise behind this story, Renee. Tell us a little bit about what inspired you to write the book. Every story has a beginning, middle, and end…for the most part.
You open a book and let it take you to another time and place. Because it can. Some may ease your mind there with barely a flutter while others crash along your cognizance like the percussion section of an orchestra. My new novel, Through Raging Waters is the latter. I sat down in front of my white board to brainstorm for this novel about two years ago. I thought I understood what God wanted me to write. The lessons, the dependence…I even knew how He wanted me to show it all. Boy, was I wrong… About two chapters into the penning of the book, my world froze…literally.
My shoulder froze and remained that way remainder of the project. Excruciating and thorough as it was, physical therapy offered no help. A day at work day was torture.
Now add three days of PT to that each week. When nothing worked and I still suffered, I lashed out.
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I cried. And through it all, God taught me that it was okay. I could be the smartest person on the planet, but He still knew more than I did. I was a weak, human creature. He was the almighty God. And only through His power and strength I was much more powerful than I could ever be alone. Each word—scene materialized from memory or circumstance. The agony shooting through my body and mind surged onto the page like the river in the story. You can find it in the raging waters, and the turmoil of the characters.
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God never promises it will be, but He gives us the strength to face whatever comes. Love conquers all—His love. God led me Through my Raging Waters. Raised in Louisiana and Wyoming, Renee started writing poetry in junior high school. Nestled in the foothills of the Wind River Mountains with her husband, crazy dogs and ornery cat, she continues to serve her community as a pharmacist while penning her Christian stories any chance she can get. She loves to interact with readers and invites you check out her website, blog, and social media. June 24, by liztolsma gmail. Another one of my favorite authors joins us today to tell us a little bit more about her newest release.
The challenges of her new job energize her. Still shaken by battles at sea, Arch notices his men also struggle with their nerves—and with drowsiness.
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Could there be a link to the large prescriptions for sedatives Lillian has filled? Children shriek as chilly waves chase bare feet. Gulls call to each other. A salty breeze plays with your hair. Out on the gray waves, a dark shape plods along, a tanker carrying oil vital to the Allied war effort. Is it your imagination, or did you see a flash of light? A muffled boom creeps across the waters. The laughter stills. You shield your eyes and squint out to sea.
The dark shape expands—a black cloud, roiling, rising, slanting with the wind. A German submarine, a U-boat, has sunk the tanker. However, the US Navy could do little. Fifteen warships had been transferred from the Atlantic Fleet to the Pacific to battle the Japanese, and most of the remaining warships were committed to escorting North Atlantic convoys to Britain. The US had only a handful of small and obsolete vessels to protect coastal shipping.
For the first six months of , terror reigned off the Eastern Seaboard. One hundred merchant ships were sunk in the Eastern Sea Frontier, killing thousands of merchant marines, sailors, and passengers.
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The loss in tankers produced an oil crisis that led to gasoline rationing in the seventeen Eastern states starting May Oil, flotsam, and bodies washed ashore, a grim reminder of the carnage offshore. The military moved slowly but surely. As more escort ships were built, the Eastern Sea Frontier finally instituted partial coastal convoys in April and full convoys in mid-May.
In Anchor in the Storm, I wanted to show what the battle felt like for American sailors, conducting fruitless searches, rescuing oil-drenched survivors, and worrying about German torpedoes. Sarah Sundin is the author of eight historical novels, including Anchor in the Storm.
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