S.C. Sherman grew up on a farm in rural Iowa. He graduated from the University of Iowa with a degree in Communications Studies. He still lives in Hawkeye country and enjoys family life with his wife Amy, and their four children, Mollie, Cole, Brock and Sariah. S.C. Sherman has written across several genres, including spiritual thrillers, a historical fiction trilogy based on a true story and a young adult fantasy. His first novel Leaving Southfields won Best Christian Historical of 2007. He loves larger than life stories that keep you guessing and move your soul. Look for more titles to be coming soon. For more information and orders visit www.scsherman.com.
Mickie McFarlane just wanted to be left alone. He was tired of L.A. Tired of being famous. He was looking forward to a year in the mountains. Just his wife, his dog, and the great outdoors. Mickie had no idea what would happen out there beyond the ridge. He had no idea what he would find in the high country. No one else would believe it either. The events captured from his journal are retold here.
Most people look upon the Amish with curious interest. They live such simple lives. Rejecting the modern way of life and living like times long gone. To the outside world their way of life looks sweet, pious, and slower-paced. They appear to have something most Americans only dream of, peace. For Martha Stoltzfus being born Amish was nothing more than a curse. A never-ending nightmare.