A year ago, I became a published author for the very first time.
I want to say thank you to all of you who’ve supported me on this journey. Whether you were with me as I drafted this or edited it or joined after publication, your support means the world to me. Your reviews, social media posts, and eagerness for my writing are such an encouragement and I want to thank you for coming with me on this journey. I am glad to have you.
If you haven’t already done so, you can snag a copy of my debut on any online retail site, but for ease, I will include the Amazon and Goodreads link below. If you enjoy Rosemary Sutcliff, ancient Rome, Gladiator, and introspective stories about identity, hope, and belonging, maybe you’ll enjoy this one!
Enid hates the Romans who enslaved her. Broken-hearted over the life she lost in Britain, she vows to bury her name and her past where the Redcrests can never reach it. As years of servitude pass, bitter resignation replaces her longing to return home.
Then an unlikely friendship with a fellow outcast raises Enid out of her isolation, bringing both hope for the future and questions about the confusing God of the Christiani. Yet memories of her childhood haunt her, urging her to cling to her old identity, while the barriers of Roman society remain in the way of her deepest dreams. The peace she thought she made with the past is crumbling.
But time is running out for Enid and those she loves. Danger threatens the household she serves as persecution stalks her few friends. She must decide if risking it all for the one she loves is worth giving up the world she knows.
Even if it is a choice between life and death.Between Two Worlds Blurb