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After the death of her father, painfully shy and introverted Shelly finds her world turned upside down. She is forced to speak with people and she may even have to move from her comfortable apartment. Sorting through her father’s possessions at his house brings back many memories, including how they would research her mom’s genealogy so that in a way, she could get to know her mother’s family, who are all deceased. Shelly wonders why her dad never researched his own family and she never remembers any family events. Why? She begins a journey that takes her to places she never dreamed. Throughout the entire story, God nudges Shelly to get out of her comfort zone. That’s easy for some, but for Shelly it may almost be impossible.
Targeted Age Group: adult
Book Price: 2.99
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How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
Much of my writing is inspired by real life. I take little bits of everyday life and weave them together into a cohesive story.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Keep writing. Success doesn’t come overnight.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
So many people fail to better themselves because they are afraid to step out of their comfort zone. Sometimes there are great things waiting for us, but we underestimate ourselves. That’s part of what this story is about. I want to encourage people to take those steps and see what lies ahead.
About the Author:
Ruth O’Neil was born and raised in upstate New York and attended Houghton College. She has been a freelance writer/editor for more than twenty years. She has published hundreds of articles in dozens of publications as well as publishing a few books. She has spent the last few years working in publishing, working closely with writers editing their books and preparing them for print. She helps writers learn about the publishing world through her writer’s forums. One of the things she enjoys doing most is helping others see their publishing dreams come true.
When she’s not writing or homeschooling her kids, Ruth spends her time quilting, reading, scrapbooking, camping, and hiking with her family.