Wednesday, November 19, 2008

On Tour with Jerry Camery-Hoggart

I can't resist a good, cozy Christmas story, especially around this time of the year. I'm one of those that will read holiday books any time, especially living in New Mexico, it often gives me a sense of home, however this one is definitely a holiday-time read. Running only 81 short pages, most of you can finish this in a single sitting and it will leave you with that gooey feeling inside, we all love so much!

A grandfather’s song turns a diner into hallowed ground, like a church. A contrary girl with a gypsy heart feels the tug of home. A mother, far away, confronts impossible expectations. And a truck driver named Jedidiah keeps his foot on the gas to sweep you into an unforgettable story of belonging and grace.

Readers looking for a meaningful, powerful read on a winter’s evening or with thefamily will love the rich 1960s nostalgia captured in the Midwest of Jedidiah’s and Ellee’s story; the peace found when family strife boils over, and the gentle reminders of the influence and effect every life has on another.

My Mother’s Wish
is an unforgettable, powerful tale that ends on a memorable Christmastime note, but will be cherished and reread year-round for its bold message of grand hopes, impossible expectations, and the gift of grace that comes in between.

To learn more or to purchase, click on the book cover above to link to Amazon. Happy Holidays!

1 comment:

shelburns said...

Sounds like a good one; thanks so much for sharing it.