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BONES OF CONTENTION When skeletal remains are found on a small Maine island, forensic anthropologist Lydia Muir is sent to investigate. It's Lydia's job to determine whether the homicide happened long ago—or more recently. Island sheriff Wesley Grant seems…
Rocky Lionakis has been a wheelchair user since a fall in college. He plays bass guitar in Cornerstone Fellowship’s worship band and shares his testimony every week with the campers at Towering Pines summer church camp. At peace with his chair, he has settled…
This week's interview
Rebecca WatersRebecca Waters draws on her role as a wife, mother, and grandmother as well as her vast experience as an educator and researcher for her writing. Rebecca sees writing as both a gift and a ministry. Although she has published in professional journals in the field of education, Rebecca now turns her pen to the world of fiction. She has published in Chicken Soup for the Soul, The Lookout Magazine, and Home Health Aide Digest. Breathing On Her Own is her debut novel.
"It is an emotionally charged novel. There were times when I found myself crying or laughing with my characters. There were times when I wanted to shake Molly for acting the way she did. I think the emotional energy appeared like an ocean wave. I went with the movement of the story. I knew my characters were going to go through trying times but I trusted they would be stronger and better for it. My real goal here is for readers to examine their own faith walk as they meet Molly, Travis, Laney, and Rob."