Jo Huddleston is the author of traditionally published nonfiction books Amen and Good Morning,God: A Book of Morning Payers; Amen and Good Night, God: A Book of Evening Prayers; and His Awesome Majesty: Praising God’s Greatness. She has self-published America: Her Hope for the Future and is coauthor with Vickie Phelps of How to Write for the Christian Marketplace. Jo is a contributing online writer for Christian Devotions Ministries, http://www.christiandevotions.us. Her more than 200 articles and stories have appeared in over fifty different publications, including Guideposts, Decision, and The Upper Room.
Jo has traditionally published 3 novels in the Caney Creek Series: That Summer, Beyond the Past, and Claiming Peace. Her novels are sweet Southern romances. Her forthcoming novel, Wait for Me, is another sweet Southern romance and is book 1 in the West Virginia Mountains Series. It will release in late April.
Visit with Jo at her website http://www.johuddleston where you can sign up for her newsletter and read her two blogs.
She has a B.A. degree from Lincoln Memorial University (TN) and a M.Ed degree from Mississippi State University. She holds membership in American Christian Fiction Writers and is in the Literary Hall of Fame at Lincoln Memorial University.
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Amen and Good Night, God: A Book of Evening Prayers
by Jo Huddleston
"Some nights while searching for sleep, I realize I blew it again somehow during the day. We can bring Him our frustrations," reads the introduction to this volume of 120 evening prayers. The book can help you review the concerns of the day with a comforting God. You can relate to these prayers as they deal with concerns such as worry, criticism, indecision, aging, and loneliness.
Amen and Good Morning, God: A Book of Morning Prayers
by Jo Huddleston
"God is our able guide. He awaits our invitation to walk with us daily," reads the introduction to this volume of 120 morning prayers. The prayers deal with down-to-earth concerns such as forgiveness, sorrow, faithfulness and stress. These morning prayers can encourage you to release the concerns of the day into God's loving care.
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- Tattered Innocence
on May 13, 2014
Jake Murray advertises for a first mate to help him crew his charter sail boat. Rachel Martin eagerly takes the job. Jake and Rachel are running from their past mistakes. Rachel is pleased to find that the captain she will work for is only a few years older than her own twenty-something. Neither of them wants to share their pasts, which brings along the constant friction between the two. Jake and Rachel are real people with real problems. Characterization and descriptions are well done and there’s enough romantic suspense to keep you coming back to the book. Ann Miller is a good story teller. Ultimately this is a story of forgiveness, particularly forgiveness of self.