Okay, everyone, I think you know the drill by now. I am on a quest to include all the fun things I didn’t keep in my novel Grace Group. Namely, the recipes. Now you may ask…why were there recipes in the book, or perhaps, why didn’t you keep them if you like them so much that you keep blogging about them? Well, read on to find the answers.
What if you found out you were going to die, but had nothing to live for? What if you didn’t believe in God, but your grief group was run by angels? Holly’s world is about to be turned upside down, and right side out.
So, this is a little awkward, but I need to tell you something you might not want to hear. Kind of like that friend in high school who really, really, wants to impress the guy with the leather jacket who smokes so she starts smoking and wearing skintight leather pants to fit in, and you can’t help but feel scared for her because even though it seems like she has won, and will be popular and loved from now on, you know deep down she’s living a lie and will probably end up a pregnant high school drop out with lung cancer. So church, when I see you turning into Sandy from Grease, I can’t help but want to say something, because I didn’t speak up to Sandy and have always regretted that.
I’ll be writing more about this later, but wanted to share the big news that I’ll be launching Grace Group in Yorba Linda, California. Although Penticton, British Columbia is where I grew up, Yorba Linda is like my second hometown. It’s where I met so many of the people pivotal in my life’s journey. I …