You never know when I might play a wild card on you!
Today's Wild Card author is:
and the book:
Grand Central Publishing; 1 edition (February 22, 2010)
***Special thanks to Miriam Parker - Associate Director, Online Marketing - at Hachette Book Group for sending me a review copy.***
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Tiffany L. Warren, is an author, playwright, songwriter, mother and wife. Her debut novel What a Sista Should Do, was released in June of 2005 and has ministered to over 50,000 readers. Her second book, Farther than I Meant to Go, Longer than I Meant to Stay was a national bestseller. In 2006, Tiffany and her husband, Brent, founded Warren Productions and released their first gospel musical. What a Sista Should Do - The Stage Play debuted in Cleveland, OH at the famed Allen Theatre.
Tiffany is also the visionary behind the Faith and Fiction Fellowship tour. Presently, the authors have visited groups in Atlanta, Houston, New York, Baltimore, Washington D.C. and Charlotte.
Tiffany's third novel, The Bishop's Daughter was released in January 2009. Tiffany resides in northern Texas with her husband Brent and their five children.
Visit the author's website.
List Price: $13.99
Paperback: 320 pages
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing; 1 edition (February 22, 2010)
AND NOW...THE FIRST CHAPTER:
This book is a real eye opener into a cult that was operating as a legitimate church. Young Zenovia and her mother Audrey are invited to join a new fellowship called the Brethren, and they are drawn into a community that practices a very warped idea of religion.
They had no idea what hold the elders of the new group would have on them, as they were forced to follow the doctrines made up the elders, not by God. Failure to live up to these rules meant being cast out and shunned by other members of the group.
Families were torn apart, and friendships and support systems were stripped away. Zenovia was forbidden to attend University, as her life was to be entirely devoted to the Brethren and their beliefs. She chose to "rebel" and give up all that was dear to her, in her pursuit for a future for herself.
This is a great story of searching for truth, forgiveness and acceptance.