Adam’s Garden Releases this Week

It’s always exciting when one of our writers releases a new book. This week, Dana Sudboro released his latest novel, Adam’s Garden.

Dana leads our Inspire Rocklin/Roseville critique group, serves as Vice President of our Board of Directors, and is Editor in Chief of Inspire Press. He also teaches at a local Bible college. (And still manages to write books!)

He writes Christian romance as a reminder of the greatest love story of all–that Jesus loves us enough to die for us and relentlessly woos us to Himself.

Adam’s Garden is Dana’s second full-length novel. His first, Continents Apart was a delight to read. Other titles by Dana include Off the Menu and Fatima’s Fate.

Here’s a little about Adam’s Garden:

Day by day, from under a cork oak, Laurel Teyman dreams of teaching literature, finding a man who understands her poetic soul, and escaping her sister’s charity. A few steps away, beyond a locked gate, an eight-year-old girl dances and sings in a garden paradise Laurel longs to explore. One day she finds it open with a note inviting her to tea…

Sounds great, right?

I just downloaded a copy to my Kindle and can’t wait to read it. You can get your copy on Amazon, Barnes & Noble or through the publisher, Sierra Delta Press. For a limited time, Amazon and Sierra Delta are offering it for 99 cents! (B & N charges $1.99, which is still very reasonable.)

Congratulations, Dana!

About Elizabeth Thompson 48 Articles

Elizabeth M. Thompson writes contemporary nonfiction, articles and devotionals using her experiences as a Bible teacher, wife, mother and grief navigator. She also enjoys speaking at writer’s conferences and women’s ministry events. Although her background includes marketing and education, writing has always been a driving force in her life. She is currently pursuing publication for her one-year grief devotional book, When the Waves Crash.

Her most rewarding adventures to date include her marriage to Michael, parenting her three children, and serving Christian writers through Inspire. Her publication credits include articles published by Focus on the Family, Today’s Christian, and contributions to Whispering in God’s Ear (Waterbrook 2005) and Inspire Promise (Inspire Press 2014).

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