A Subtle Grace – #Small Success Thursday

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Today I’m participating in “Small Success Thursday” over at Catholic Mom.com.

My new novel is called “A Subtle Grace” and will be published early next year. This is actually a big success because most of the major edits are finished, but it still needs polishing and copy-editing. (This is over five years worth of writing and editing!!) I was also able to finish a huge book project for a terminally ill elderly woman and I’m very thankful for that!

Here is a short summary about the main characters of A Subtle Grace:

1896 (Philadelphia)
In this sequel to In Name Only (FQP, 2009), A Subtle Grace continues the story of the wealthy and unconventional O’Donovan Family as they approach the dawn of a new century.

When Kathleen (oldest daughter) meets the handsome and charming son of the local police chief, she is convinced that he is the sweetheart for whom she has been waiting. Unforeseen events soon reveal the answer.

William (oldest son) believes that God may be calling him to a religious vocation. When he discovers the circumstances of his humble beginnings, his belief turns to doubt and eventually he embarks on a pilgrimage to Rome.

Dr. Luke Peterson is the kind, caring – and somewhat nontraditional – new physician in town. His enduring love of a local woman leads him to startling revelations: about the girl, about his practice and, most importantly, about himself.

Excerpt coming next week!

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