Anna Clarke has faced loneliness for years, caring for a sick and distant husband. Recently widowed, with all that brought meaning to her life gone, the consummate good girl falls from grace in a moment of weakness and passion...
Released May 1st
Blossom Turner lives in British Columbia, Canada, with her husband of thirty-five years. She holds a degree in the hard knocks of life and writes from a depth of understanding. A business woman, personal trainer, and mother of two grown children she is now pursuing her lifelong dream of writing full-time.
A hopeless romantic at heart, she believes all stories should give you, the reader, significant entertainment value. Though relatable realism and suffering seep between the layers, hope and happy endings always prevail. Her desire is to leave you with a yearning to live for Christ on a deeper level, or at the very least, create a hunger to seek for more.
Blossom is a free-lance writer who has had a series of articles on health and fitness published in the local paper. She has written and taught Bible studies in her church and has been a speaker at women’s meetings. As a business owner, she has spent considerable time on business related correspondence and is only too happy to leave that world behind and venture into the land where creativity has no limits.
Two of her non-fiction stories have been published in Kernels of Hope—an anthology by Bob and Gail Kaku.
Through her life experience, Blossom will never forget the heartache of betrayal and is an avid blogger bringing faith and hope to those who have suffered that heartbreak. However, life is meant to be enjoyed. Therefore, many of her blogs and her fiction writing will highlight the truth of Philippians 4:8 “Whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think (write) about such things.” NIV