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Christian fiction writer and bestselling author of Wisdom Hunter, Randall Arthur, has just released his new novel Forgotten Road.
Forgotten Road, along with a trailer, can be previewed and ordered at www.RandallArthur.com.
The early reviews are impressive.
“This is the best Christian Fiction I have ever read! Forgotten Road is a 600 page action packed thriller.” - Neil Brown, Pastoral Care First Baptist Church Woodstock, GA
“This book touches my heart and spirit like nothing I have read in a very long time. I am not usually so personally affected by a fiction narrative. I will be looking for your other books.” - Jo, ChristianFictionShop.com
"I am generally not a fiction reader, but once I started it, it was difficult to put down. Breathtaking. Chilling. Pulled all my emotional strings: disbelief, anger, and empathy." - Nancy Kelly, Educator
"Forgotten Road truly inspired me. It's a humdinger of a story. Any publishing house would be thrilled to publish this novel." - Tim Luke, Award-winning sports writer for the Atlanta Braves
"Few books on faith can keep a man's interest as well as a woman's, and you have managed to cross that barrier. The book is a tearjerker of major proportions. It should become the 'Gone With The Wind' of religious tomes." - P.J. Renfroe, Heritage Writers Group
“I am behind on laundry and I'm cleaning one-handed because I can't put it down." - L.M.
"Nail biting. Moving!"
- David Lambert, Editor of more than 50 bestsellers
My name is Heather Heaton, and I am a new Alabama author. Please consider helping me introduce my story, a series of ebooks entitled “Her Letters from Prison”, to your friends.
My new ebook series ("Her Letters from Prison") is an inspirational resource for reading pleasure, review, contemplation, and discussion. My own testimony is: "God changed my life in prison!"
"Her Letters from Prison" (Parts 1 & 2) will validate your inquisitive thoughts and doubts about what goes on in women’s prisons (It is what it is!); and it can justify the efforts spent toward women’s prison ministries. These two ebooks can be a motivational (tell-it-like-it-is) resource for drug rehab/prevention and reentry programs, especially when combined with "Her Letters from Prison – Part 4: Recycled – Second Time Around".
"Her Letters from Prison" is a non-fiction, inspirational, romance ebook series; with the original letters (with prison art) included as images for authenticity. My story describes how female offenders are perceived and handled (often abused) in the criminal justice system. The story continues (Part 4) to describe my first two years of re-entry back into the real world and how she ended a destructive narcissistic-codependent relationship.
"Her Letters from Prison: Women-in-Prison" (Part 3) contains two PowerPoint presentations prepared for the University of Alabama/Women's Studies "Women in Prison" conference. Both presentations are based on Parts 1 & 2 of my story; and they are entitled "Women-in-Prison (Almost Invisible)" and "Women-in-Prison (Facts/Myths)". Also, my personal testimony is included in the Part 3 publication.
You can go to http://www.heather-heaton.com, and click on a direct link to my Amazon.com and/or Smashwords "book pages" for “Her Letters from Prison”. Alternatively, you can visit my “author pages”:
My ebooks are also available in paperback format. The paperback book ("Her Letters from Prison") may be obtained by contacting me through my website "contact" form. The paperback book contains Part 1, 2, and 3 ebooks. "Her Letters from Prison - Part 4" will be published as its own paperback book soon.
Also, I have a new ebook series entitled "Women-in-Prison Short Stories" available now on Amazon.com and Smashwords. This series is intended to help troubled teens understand the real, true prison environment in terms of the personalities, crimes, and relationships inmates must deal with on a daily basis. The message is, "You don't want to go to prison!" These true short stories describe the relationships between individual inmates with severe crime(s) and other inmates who must react to and deal with those who committed severe and often violent crimes. The short stories are being published now as individual ebooks; but eventually, they will be grouped together and published as a single composite ebook and perhaps a paperback.
Hey ^_^ I'm glad we've successfully entered this new year! My prayer is that we can all live this wonderful new year in abundance, wholeness and progress in every area of our lives! I hope you'll enjoy this year full of new perspectives, just as I want you to! ;)
Happy New Year! :-)