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Wishing on Dandelions, Maranatha Series #2
NAV Press / 2006 / Paperback
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When Miss Peach arrives to take over the only place Maranatha's ever called home---leaving trails of fabric swatches and cloying perfume in her wake---it rouses Maranatha's issues with trust. Can the 17-year-old, whose childhood was bruised by abandonment and abuse, sort out the confusing layers of love for friends, family, boyfriends---and God? 352 pages, softcover from NavPress.
Maranatha Winningham admittedly has some trust issues, As she tries to sort out the confusing layers of love--of friends, of family, of suitors, and desperately, of God--Natha struggles to find herself before she turns into a scared shadow of a girl.
Mary E. Deluth has spent the last fifteen years as a writer. Winner of the 2003 Mount Herman Christian Writers Conferences Pacesetters Award, she now splits her time between writing and, together with her husband, Patrick and two other families, planting a new church in the South of France, where they live with their three children.
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Author: Mary E. DeMuth
Located in: Le Rouret, FRANCE
Submitted: September 18, 2006
Tell us a little about yourself. I'm a 39-year-old mom of three (and wife of one!) who lives in Southern France. We, along with a team of folks, are planting a church. It sounds glamorous, but it's really, really hard work. We've been here two years now and the church is starting to take shape. You can see more at www.xrds.fr. I love to run, create small scale art projects, worship, and cook gourmet meals. I'm far too busy and am learning the art of rest. I'm passionate about writing, particularly about how God can redeem even the most impossible situations.
What was your motivation behind this project? I wanted to show readers how God is capable of intersecting a wounded life, how He uses people to love us back to Himself and give us courage to face our daily stress. I'm thankful I had the chance to write the sequel to Watching the Tree Limbs.
What do you hope folks will gain from this project? I hope the reader will walk away with a better picture of God's redemption. I pray they see all people through God-tinged glasses. And I hope they'll have enjoyed a good, clean love story to boot.
Who are your influences, sources of inspiration or favorite authors / artists? I love Leif Enger's Peace Like a River, Sue Monk Kidd's The Secret Life of Bees, and Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird.
Anything else you'd like readers / listeners to know: You can learn more about me at my blogs and website: www.relevantprose.com www.relevantblog.blogspot.com www.pioneerparenting.blogspot.com Blessings to you all, Mary
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