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Wednesday, May 28, 2008

This week, the
Christian Fiction Blog Alliance
is introducing


Ruby Among Us
(WaterBrook Press May 20, 2008)
by

Tina Ann Forkner
Sometimes, the key that unlocks your future lies in someone else’s past...

In Ruby Among Us, Lucy DiCamillo is safely surrounded by her books, music, and art─but none of these reclusive comforts or even the protective efforts of her grandmother, Kitty can shield her from the memory of the mother she can no longer remember. Lucy senses her grandmother holds the key, but Kitty seems as eager to hide from the past as Lucy is eager to find it.

From the streets of San Francisco and Sacramento, to the lush vineyards of the Sonoma Valley, Lucy follows the thread of memory in search for a heritage that seems long-buried with her mother, Ruby.

What she finds is enigmatic and stirring in this redemptive tale about the power of faith and mother-daughter love.


“What an incredible story. As both mothers and daughters, Ruby Among Us struck a special cord in each of the four of us. Tina writes in a way that makes us feel like we’re there; from the first line, we were captivated and drawn into an intricate weaving of the precious and fragile relationships that define us.”
~Point of Grace~


“Reading is a passion of mine, and when I find myself identifying with the characters, anxious to get to the next page to find answers to my questions, I know I’m into a good book! The daughter-mother-grandmother theme in Ruby Among Us pulled me in. Wonderful story-telling.”
~Jordin Sparks~, 2007 winner of American Idol

1 comment:

Inspire said...

I'm currently reading this novel. It's fantastic. I normally do not read contemporary fiction. Historical fiction is my preferred genre. But when Tina asked for 'influencers' on the ACFW blog, I couldn't pass up the chance after reading about her book. She has a true gift at storytelling and pulling readers into the characters' shoes. Her writing is exceptionally good.