By Deena Adams
This week I’m pleased to introduce you to author, Shelia Stovall. Shelia is a fellow member of ACFW (American Christian Fiction Writers) and fellow Women’s Fiction writer. We enjoyed a great discussion during our Zoom interview and I hope you enjoy getting to know her.
Shelia has graciously offered a paperback copy of her novel Every Window Filled With Light as a giveaway. Comment on this interview by August 17 for a chance to win.
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Thanks so much for a great interview, Shelia. I pray God will continue to bless you on your writing journey.
Join the conversation. What aspect of Shelia’s interview did you enjoy most? Does her book sound interesting to you? Be sure to comment by August 17 for a chance to win a copy!
Every Window Filled With Light by Shelia Stovall
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Welcome to Weldon, Kentucky, where the only things the locals love more than fried pies are gossip and match-making.
Librarian Emma Baker, a young and childless widow, believes her dream to build a family is over. It’s been two years since a student accidentally stabbed Emma’s husband to death, and her grief has stifled any interest in romance—until she meets Pastor Luke Davis. But when Emma learns Luke is counseling her husband’s killer fresh out of jail, her temper gets in the way.
Meanwhile, Emma discovers twelve-year-old Harley, abandoned by her drug-addict mother, hiding in the library, and takes the girl in as her foster mom. Then a young mother is made homeless by an apartment fire, and Emma opens her home again. One person and one prayer at a time, Emma begins to discover hope.
If Emma can yield and offer forgiveness to her husband’s killer, perhaps she’ll be able to piece together the broken parts of her heart…and the broken people who enter her life…to form a new family and maybe even have a second chance at love.
Shelia Stovall is the director of a small-town library in southern Kentucky, where only strangers mention her last name, and the children call her Miss Shelia.
Shelia and her husband Michael live on a farm, and she enjoys taking daily rambles with their three dogs to the creek. Spending time with family, especially her grandchildren, is her all-time favorite thing. The only hobby Shelia loves more than reading uplifting stories of hope is writing them.
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If you missed last week’s author spotlight with Valerie Massey Goree, find it here.