When Grace receives a chest ï¬lled with letters after the birth of her oldest daughter, Carol, she was given a special gifta glimpse into the life of her mother and a chance to pass along a family tradition, writing letters to her future granddaughter. Over the years, and through the turmoil of raising a rebellious daughter, Grace learns to what it means to have peace in the Lord and discovers a true sense of rest. But, after the death of her husband, Grace is faced with an even harder challengepatiently trusting that her prodigal daughter will ï¬nd that same peace.
Triana Burroughs is a freelancer, blog writer, and speaker. She is an active member of the Denton Writing Critique Group. She is the mother of six children, ages ranging from 25 to 4 years of age. Triana holds a degree in English Literature and is working on completion of her Masters Degree in Creative Writing. She has published a short story and a series of devotionals. Her latest project is a thirty-day devotional, which is a follow-up to her novel Life of Grace. She is a native Texan and lives in a small town with her husband and three of her six children. When not writing, she homeschools and spends time at the local coffee shop with friends