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Facing a deadline, novelist Melanie Vander escapes to a picturesque localation hoping to inspire her husband to appreciate her again. Meanwhile, Craig is seeking God's wisdom for his struggling business and marriage. Will Melanie keep running from reality and her problems? Or will she allow her characters to lead her home?

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 320
Vendor: Shiloh Run Press
Publication Date: 2017
Dimensions: 8.38 X 5.50 (inches)
ISBN: 1634099559
ISBN-13: 9781634099554

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Melanie runs away. From conflict. From pain. From reality. 
 
When novelist Melanie Vander faces a looming deadline, she decides it’s time for an escape to an inspiring, novel-worthy locale. She’s not running away. Really. She just needs time to focus. But as she disappears into her writing, she encounters a man whose tenderness leaves her reeling. Engaging and wise, psychologist Elliot Hammond tempts Melanie to question everything, including her marriage.

But that’s ridiculous. Dr. Hammond isn’t even…real.

Melanie’s husband, Craig, has his own problems, including a recession that’s threatening his business. Waning finances, a looming home foreclosure, and a wife who’s checked out emotionally, has Craig feeling as though he’s carrying his burdens alone. When his client, the beautiful and single Serena Buchanan, offers him a solution to his financial woes, he’s tempted by more than her offer of a business solution. 

At a crossroads, Melanie and Craig seem headed in opposite directions.

As Melanie runs away from her problems by escaping into her own fictional world, Craig dives into his struggles, seeking God for strength and healing for his marriage. Ultimately, Melanie must choose whether she’ll check out completely, or allow her characters to lead her home.

Author Bio

Ginny Yttrup is the award-winning author of WordsLost and FoundInvisible, and Flames. She writes contemporary women's fiction and enjoys exploring the issues everyday women face. Publishers Weekly dubbed Ginny's work "as inspiring as it is entertaining." When not writing, Ginny coaches writers, critiques manuscripts, and makes vintage-style jewelry for her Esty shop, Storied Jewelry (etsy.com/shop/StoriedJewelry). She loves dining with friends, hanging out with her adult sons, or spending a day in her pajamas reading a great novel. Ginny lives in northern California with Bear, her entitled Pomeranian. To learn more about Ginny and her work, visit ginnyyttrup.com.
 

Editorial Reviews

"In Home, Ginny Yttrup uses her own powerful storytelling chops to bring readers into the mind of a struggling novelist—a place where fiction meets reality and where all lines are blurred. This tale is an exploration of relationships, both real and imagined, and leaves the reader pondering what life could be if we dared to write our own story."
—Julie Cantrell, New York Times and USA TODAY Bestselling Author of Into the Free, When Mountains Move, and The Feathered Bone
 

"Home is where the heart is, but it’s also where heartache simmers. Ginny Yttrup’s new novel takes readers into hard places that remind us how easy it can be to lose ourselves in our intimate relationships if we’re not careful and diligent. At the center of this cast of complex characters who are all dealing with the curve balls life has thrown at them is Melanie, a novelist who can't seem to find her way through her marriage without the help of her imaginary characters. But those characters, who spring from those secret places in her soul, become lights that guide her way home—and back into the arms of her husband, Craig, who is floundering in his own sea of troubles. Home is not an easy read, but it will break your heart and heal it in one fell swoop. Another stellar novel from this amazing women’s fiction author, not to be missed."
 —C. S. Lakin, Editor and Author of Conundrum

"You will fall in love with Ginny’s characters and wish you could spend time with them long after the novel ends. Don’t miss Home. It really is where your heart will be."
—Christa Allan, Award-Winning Author of women’s fiction including Since You’ve Been Gone

This is quality Christian fiction, portraying the way real people incorporate their faith into tough situations, avoiding trite clichés and letting the light of God radiate through.

Yttrup delivers an affecting tale of many different faith paths, ranging from questioning the very identity of God, to learning to trust completely in Him despite being able to see a way out.

Home is at its best when describing Jill’s disorder and fear of the stigma of mental illness. Customers who enjoy Karen Kingsbury’s contemporary novels will ?nd Yttrup’s newest title appealing.

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