Featured Novel: “This Redeemer”–Not All Prisons Have Bars.


 
“An exhilarating ride full of suspense and hope…”
“…hits the ground running and never lets up…”
“A riveting story with great characters…”
 
About This Redeemer:
Not all prisons have bars.
Charlotte Davis should know—she’s lived in one for years. She can handle getting slapped around by her boyfriend, Tommy, and even being forced to do things she would never choose, but when Tommy turns on her 10-year-old daughter, Charlotte must try to escape. With nowhere else to turn, Charlotte runs to the stranger her dying mother believed would help her.
Looking only for shelter or cash, Charlotte finds a family she longs to call her own and a gentle man she could learn to love. But if Tommy catches up with Charlotte, these strangers could discover the truth about her. Will they send
her back to Tommy? Or can a Father’s love set her free?
PURCHASE

“Jerusha keep up the good work I cant wait to read the next book!”

“I just finished reading This Redeemer by Jerusha Agen, and it was excellent — the best of the series!”

“Love Jerusha’s writing style!”

“I am excited for you! Jerusha Agen this is just the beginning of more great things to come!”

“I loved This Redeemer and think it’s Jerusha’s best book yet. Great characters!”

“Jerusha Agen, your writing is amazing! Thank you very much for sharing your incredible talent!”

“Jerusha! Keep up the excellent work!”

About Jerusha:
Jerusha
Agen is a lifelong lover of story–a passion that has led her to a B.A. in
English and a highly varied career. A member of American Christian Fiction
Writers, Jerusha is the author of the Sisters
Redeemed Series
, which includes the titles This Dance, This Shadow, and
This Redeemer
. Jerusha co-authored the e-books A Ruby Christmas, A Dozen Apologies, and The Love Boat Bachelor from Write Integrity Press. Jerusha
relishes snowy Midwest winters spent with her three large, furry dogs and two
small, furry cats.
Visit Jerusha’s website at www.SDGwords.com.
Follow Jerusha on
Twitter @SDGwords and Facebook (Jerusha Agen – SDG Words).
 
Q&A Interview with
Jerusha Agen, author of This Redeemer, Book
Three in the Sisters Redeemed Series:
What message do you hope your readers will take away
after reading your novel?
I hope and pray that women who are in abusive relationships,
poverty, depression, or any other type of seemingly hopeless situation will see
in this story that there is hope even in the most desperate of situations, and
that His name is Jesus. For readers who have no experience with such
desperation, I hope that they will be convicted of the need to selflessly love
the “unlovable” in the world and to humbly forgive the “unforgivable.” For all
of us, there is hope!
Do you have any practical advice for writers on how to
keep their sanity in our run, run, run world?
Staying sane in our hectic culture is my daily struggle!
Some things that help me most are setting writing goals for each day and
actually quitting for the day when I reach the goal. I’ve found that I have to
limit when I’ll allow myself to check email or go online, so that I don’t end
up letting my sleep or work time disappear into the Internet vacuum.
As a writer, it’s also too easy to work whenever I’m home,
even on Sundays, which translates into no day off from work and eventual
burnout. I believe that rest, especially on our day set aside to worship, is
crucial to staying in the rat race for the long haul, so I’ve now made every
Sunday a no-writing, no-Internet day. I end up with a free, restful day away
from social and work pressures that allows me to recharge for the work week
ahead. The other essential for sanity is sleep!
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