So excited and thankful that NewsNow Niagara shared this wonderful article about me and my newly published historical fiction! Mike Williscraft and Joanne McDonald were a pleasure to work with. I love my little town.
Imagine a mix of Little Women (strength in sisterhood to overcome patriarchal expectations) and the Red Tent (a fictional retelling of biblical stories from a female perspective), and you'll have an idea of what to expect in Forgotten Followers from Broken to Bold. The more people hear about my novel, the more people will be freed from gender stereotypes.
Read the New Now coverage here.
The News Now Niagara coverage follows an article by the Hamilton Spectator that was also published in other TorStar papers:
A Christian-based novel addresses inequality and gender roles
“Forgotten Followers from Broken to Bold” aims to bring healing and hope for readers
The article says my book is for those who are “forgotten, sidelined or silenced.”
Hamilton author Elaine Ricker Kelly offers a discussion of the “problems of Christian teachings” of inequality and gender roles in her new book.
What a fantastic witness to the secular community to see Christians working toward equality, healing and hope!
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