To help us celebrate, Zeke the peddler has promised to get us safely from one home to another.
One of the treasures he carries is a very special book by one of my near-and-dear friends, Yvonne Blake. The book? A Home for Phoebe.
Meet Yvonne Blake...
Yvonne's husband is her steady rock, loving his Lord and family. Raising a family of eight children, in Searsport, Maine, has been her focus over the last thirty years, also giving her storerooms of material to draw from. Striving to do their best, regardless of the opinions of others, they have often lived out of step with the rest of the world.
Now that Yvonne's children have grown, she's chosen to stay home and write, releasing all the stories bottled in her mind. Her prayer is to be used of the Lord, to encourage and bless others with her writing.
A Home for Phoebe
A Home for Phoebe is an historical novel of an Indian woman and a young girl wandering the hills of the Hudson Valley during the mid 1800's.
One flees prejudice, while the other yearns for a home.
Through the friendship of a peddler, a blind granny, and blacksmith's family, they learn of forgiveness and faith.
You can purchase A Home for Phoebe on Amazon.
Find Yvonne online at her website, her blog, and on Facebook.
Yvonne will be giving away a free copy of A Home for Phoebe at the end of the month, drawing a name from those whose comment on the blogs or on her author page on Facebook.
Be sure to travel along with Zeke the peddler to learn more about Yvonne and A Home for Phoebe. Their next stop will be at Catrina Bradley's blog, on Wednesday, April 3rd.
You never know what surprises you'll discover when you travel with Zeke, so don't miss out! See you at Cat's place on Wednesday.