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Finding Home: A Place to Belong (Paperback)
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In Robin's debut novel, the characters search for meaning in life and a place where all belong. A story that is a mixture reminiscent of Fried Green Tomatoes and At Home in Mitford, this novel portrays a loving sense of community and home. The rural North Carolina town of Pleasant Quarry becomes a place where all belong. Robin set out to write a story that was more similar to the life lived in a rural setting. Robin's non-fiction tends to have a very religious or spiritual nature to it. I'm this work of fiction, some of that spiritual color comes through, but in a way that is listed as a minor bit of information. The point of this fiction is simply to tell a good story that might make you laugh, might make you think, but the purpose is merely telling a good story. It is Robin's hope that the story you are about to read will be interesting as you catch a glimpse of life in the rural South of the Piedmont in North Carolina.
About the Author
Tis is the first work of fiction for J. Robin Whitley. Robin's first two books are non-fiction. Robin has lived in the South all of her life. Her undergraduate study was in music and her graduate degree was in training to be a Lutheran pastor. For more information, please visit www.jrobinwhitley.net She lives in the mountains of North Carolina with her small dog. She writes, prays, sings, and rejoices in every day.
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