Monday, November 25, 2013

My 5* Bravo, Joyce Mitchell Book Review! by Paula Rose Michelson

Bravo, Joyce Mitchell for this masterfully written thought provoking work, which I recommend to all! Using impressionable teenagers this drama is filled with passion, compassion, a heroine, a hero, and shows us the confusion many believers face about whether or not their salvation was really real. Through her fiction, the author shows us the paradox of the Christian faith as each teen grapples with the questions of doubt, fear and faith concerning this issue.

Neither preachy or teachy, the author sets the stage for us to choose to self-examine, pray, beseech, rejoice, praise, or...

About Author Joyce Mitchell

Joyce Mitchell has written several books for both children and adults. She is creative and unique in that she draws the reader into the scenes of each page, through her detailed descriptions of her books' settings. She has a goal of expressing the things that matter most in life and wants her books to be an inspiration to all, to enjoy to its fullest and to bring awareness of how important God should be in everyone's life.

As a Christian, she desires that all of her work would draw young and old to the knowledge of Jesus Christ. She lives with her husband in west central Georgia. She has two children and three grandchildren. She spends most of her time in writing children's books and enjoys working on projects for the underprivileged children.

Her debut novel, Unheard Cries: Rock Store Rebel won 5-stars from Readers Favorite. Also, Hope received 5-stars from Readers Favorite and several books received 4-stars.

Some of her works include: Rock Store Rebel, Smell of Resin, Petals from the Past, The Fishy Adventures of Gus, Toby and TooToo (1 - 4)., Booger Bottoms, Maggie Maypop, Harmon Hollow, TooToo Goes on a Field Trip, Dink and Daisy, Hope, Just Little Old Me, Selfish Little Bob, Selfish No More, Snowman's 'Noggin and Neck' Award and Thanks Lil Ren.

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