The Christian Fiction Review Blog is featuring True Light in the July book tour.
True Light is the third book in the Restoration Series. Previously published are Last Light and Night Light. A crisis strikes the entire globe and the devestating effects are seen through the eyes of one community. True Light continues to explore the technological dependence of our world and the disparate reactions and desperate actions of the citizenry.
Eight months into a global blackout, the residents of Oak Hollow are coping with the deep winter nights. But the struggle to survive can bring out the worst in a person—or a community.A teenager has been shot and the suspect sits in jail. As the son of a convicted murderer, Mark Green already has one strike against him. Now he faces the wrath of all Oak Hollow. But the Branning family stands with him as he fights to survive—and forgive.
You can download a chapter of True Light and read a sample for yourself.
The author, Terri Blackstock, is a prolific writer with over thirty Christian titles to her credit! Read more about Terri's novels at her website: terriblackstock.com.
Prior to writing Christian fiction, Blackstock wrote for a secular audience. Although she was an award-winning novelist, had 32 books published by the likes of HarperCollins, Harlequin, and Silhouette with 3.5 million books in print, just over ten years ago she began to question her craft and motivations: was she writing to glorify God?
"After much soul-searching and wrestling with God, she finally told the Lord that she would never write another thing that didn't glorify Him. Thinking she might never be published again, she began planning ways to supplement her income, while she worked on her first idea for a Christian novel."
Terri enjoyed reading suspense and so tried her hand at writing one of her own with a Christian message woven throughout. And publishers expressed interest! Since that time, her Christian books have increased her sales to over five million copies and many of the Christian novels have been number one best-sellers.
Read about True Light at A Frank Review, Frank Creed's book review site.
Here are some places you can purchase True Light:
Barnes & Noble
Books A Million