I've read and enjoyed most of Judy Christie's books. Her Green series got me started and I've been a fan ever since.
Her latest novel "Magnolia Market" kept me reading well past my bed time. Christie kept me engaged with the protagonist, Avery Broussard, surmounting obstacles with prayer and faith. Broussard tackled a slap-in-the-face, knock-down from the mother of her deceased husband. But she's not alone. God gives her companion angels to lift her up with a new soon to become BFF Katherine Manning and potential love interest in TJ Aillet.
While weaving Avery's journey to rebuild her life, Christie also tackles the larger community in revitalizing the historic Trumpet and Vine area of Samford - an issue that hits home to many small towns. Central to the area is the aging Magnolia Market and its transformation.
A wonderful tale of faith love and forgiveness. Would highly recommend. - Kay Huck
Check out her website at http://www.judychristie.com/index.html
Friday, October 10, 2014
The Pulpwood Queens are volunteering to help the Literacy Council of Southwest Louisiana with their annual fundraiser "Musicale"!
Musicale is an annual event coordinated by community volunteers to support the Literacy Council of Southwest Louisiana.
Proceeds from Musicale will support the Literacy Council's educational programs throughout the five parish area. The council serves adults, children and families by providing services that help them improve skills and build confidence so that they may take control of and improve their lives. The Literacy Council is a non-profit organization committed to lifelong learning and a United Way Agency.
To purchase tickets by check or money order, contact the Literacy Council at 337-494-7000.