In my new novel, How Sweet the Sound, the Harlan family knows a lot about secrets. They learn some pretty tough lessons, too, about what happens when sin is allowed to fester and weave its way unchecked through the generations.
Just like in II Samuel 13:20, when folks are told to keep pain to themselves, the innocent and the broken have no choice but to live out their days in the desolation of silence and shame.
Find out how the Harlan family learns to live different, and how the grace of light and the mercy of forgiveness are available for all who seek.
“He shines a spotlight into caves of darkness, hauls deepest darkness into the noonday sun.”
Job 12:22 (TMV)
How Sweet the Sound is available wherever fine books are sold, in print and e-readers formats. The best place to buy it is always at your local, independent bookstore. But here’s a few more places you can buy it too:
shadows spatter across the gray horizon
like hard coal
against the brown withered winterscape
all the ground groaning for life
the nevermore of blackbirds
the red stain on the wing
stripes of crimson
fighting against the fickle
feathered bones pushing heavenward
as if blood surely does redeem
golden light an accent