SD author releases new Christian life novel nationwide
February 04. 2014 10:30AM
This week marks the nationwide release of “An Open Window,” a new Christian life novel by author Sara Whitley.
The story introduces readers to Molly Taylor who, for almost three and a half years, has been trying to run away from three permanent events in her life, yet to no avail. But when Christ reclaims her heart, she decides to face the very things she’s tried so desperately to bury deep inside herself, and now, she’s on an exhausting journey to find the answer to an age-old question: what is God’s plan for her life? Once upon a time Molly thought she knew exactly where God was leading her. She had dreams, passions and hopes to fall in love.
Her former dreams now gone, old passions faded, and the love of her life snatched up, Molly struggles to see God’s plan for her. Much like before, he leads her down a winding road, and Molly’s never quite sure where she will land. But she is sure of one thing: this time, she’s trusting in his plan. With the help of new friends and the reentrance of two people she never thought she’d have relationships with again, Molly is able to take her first steps into a new life. But will Molly keep the window of her heart open to God’s plans? Or, like before, will she try and seize control and slam the window shut?
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.
Whitley is first and foremost a sinner saved through God's grace. She has a deep passion for the lost and the hurting, and is currently studying social work at the University of Sioux Falls in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, to learn how to put her passion into action.