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Hi! I’m Carrie.
I write encouraging nonfiction for military spouses and inspirational fiction for busy women.
Believe that God created you for more? Want to find the freedom to fight life’s battles God’s way? You are in the right place!
The call came down from Command, and your warrior husband is out the door, leaving you behind to handle whatever he has left undone.
Whether it’s the day-to-day monotony, the inevitable appliance that breaks, or the months without his presence beside you, being a military spouse brings challenges few appreciate.
Yet God sees you and longs for you to boldly step into His plan. He purposely chose you for this moment—for your man. He wants to give you abundantly more than what you have right now and desires you to thrive as your warrior’s bride.
For years, Amber traipsed around the northwest avoiding the skeletons in her closet. Job-hopping every few weeks, she refused to let anyone get close to her as she slowly made her way east. As winter plants itself firmly across the Rockies, she decides to take a chance on a job at a logging company with a family different from any she’s ever known.
Watching the family interact creates more questions than answers for Amber. Feeling like she’s entered the happily-ever-after written at the end of fairytales, she watches for cracks in the façade. Surely as the days pass, the play-acting will cease and the real family will emerge. Or could she be wrong? Could this family hold the key to what she’s seeking?
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ON THE BLOG
You probably don’t need me to tell you this, but it’s two days until Thanksgiving.
Many around me have spent the month of November striving to be more thankful. Perhaps you’ve seen the posts on social media, listing a new tidbit of thankfulness each day this month. That seems to be in the spirit of the original intent of the holiday.
After all, what is Thanksgiving if it isn’t designed to turn our hearts toward . . . prayer.
Oh, not what you were expecting?