This novel reminds the reader to live expectantly-to put faith before fear. A small Alabama town in the mid-50's. A lazy summer afternoon. No concerns for Fannie Lea besides her dreadful name. No concerns, that is, until she and her brother trespass on Boyd's property. Then, it's a grip around the waist, a knife to her throat and Boyd's breath. Soon the young preacher's daughter discovers secrets regarding other Sugar Hill residents. She learns the mystery behind Boyd's locked upstairs room, and eventually she places herself in danger to save a soul more helpless than herself. An element of mystery surrounds the adventures of a young girl in a small town. As she meets new friends, she also discovers how little she knew about some old acquaintances. Following the example of her father, Fannie Lea ministers in her own way to new friends as well as familiar folks. The uplifting message of hope for all in Christ is the central theme of the work. This novel is based on true life experiences, adding credence to the old adage: "Truth is stranger than fiction." It will offer a potent dose of encouragement to anyone who may have negative thought patterns or who finds it hard to release past hurts and failures, especially when the problems have lasted for years. This novel will help slam the door of discouragement and defeat, and provide the key to a new door marked: A Promise for Tomorrow.
Promise For Tomorrow was published by Randall House in March 2008. The ISBN for Promise For Tomorrow is 9780892655632.