Sanctuary

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(Revised 11/2012) Have you ever wondered what might happen after armeggedon? What if someone survived and rose to the challenge of starting a new society and getting it right? What if that someone said, "God saved me for a reason and I'm going to do things His way this time." 'Sanctuary' is the story of one girl's journey through that possibility. More

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Words: 81,810
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452401379
About Colleen Wait

Colleen Wait began her writing career in elementary school. As a shy child she developed her vivid imagination writing short stories and telling her dolls and pets her dreams. She is an avid reader, especially the classics.

She has been very involved in her church's youth activities including children's musicals where she stage managed, directed and even wrote a short play, Daughter's of the King, SonQuest and various other youth events including a local mission trip with her church's youth group. Colleen's son Devin, is in the Air Force, currently based in Texas. His photograph graces the cover of 'Mount Mission', which is loosely based on that mission trip. Colleen's mission in life is sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ through the written word. "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God." John 1:1.

To date, Colleen has written and published 9 books and, God willing, more are yet to come.

In addition to writing, Colleen Wait is also a proofreader and editor.

Be sure to check out Colleen's blog for book updates, samples, coupons, editing information, and more.

http://colleenwaitwrites.blogspot.com.

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Review by: Carol Weishampel on Aug. 20, 2011 :
Readers who have experienced the horrors of devistating hurricanes can relate to Claire in "Sanctuary". She leaves a bomb shelter or storm celler to discover a decimated world devoid of humans, animals, and plants. Mountains of debris are all that remain of cities. No electricity, running water, shelter, food or clothing similar to the aftermath of a tornado or hurricane. "Sanctuary" is a story of survival, of learning to care for basic needs, and the determenation to make a new civilization under God that doesn't repeaat the political and immoral past.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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