Embracing Hope

Drew McKinley’s wife is dead. Allison Bennett understands his loss. Chris Whitney has a secret burden and a hidden temper. What happens when they cross paths? Healing, hope or catastrophe? More

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Published by Discern Products
Words: 96,370
Language: English
ISBN: 9781988422084
About Janell Butler Wojtowicz

Janell Butler Wojtowicz, born and raised on an Iowa farm, was one of those kids who loved to write the dreaded “What I did on summer vacation” essay. It’s no surprise that she has spent her entire 30-year career in writing, including newspaper journalism, Christian higher education and nonprofit public relations, and local government public information. Much of her writing has been the “people stories” of trial, tragedy and triumph, which are reflected in her debut novel. Janell is a freelance writer/editor, and a member of American Christian Fiction Writers. She and her husband, Frank, live in New Brighton, Minnesota. She has two step-sons, a step-daughter-in-law and three step-granddaughters.

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