The moving Christian novel “Then Sings My Soul” by Doreen L. Hatton will be displayed by self-publishing and book marketing company ReadersMagnet at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books. The literary festival will take place on April 22-23, 2023, at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA.
“Then Sings My Soul” is a powerful and honest depiction of grief and the healing process that often doesn't begin until after a tragic event has been resolved. Samuel, Lily Langston's spouse, is killed by a car as he crosses the street late at night on the way home. Since Aaron Turner, the driver, is only 15 years old and holds a learner's permit, he should not have been driving alone, especially at night. Because of their Christian faith, Lily and her family are willing to extend forgiveness to others.
After hearing the family's reasoning, the judge grants Aaron probation and community service. However, Rose, who is only fifteen years old, refuses to forgive Aaron for causing her father's death and is furious that he has not been punished in any way.
It's no secret that Lily and her sisters are amazing singers. They frequently perform for the neighborhood and church. Aaron's musical talents emerge while the family is still mourning Samuel's passing. They share the gospel of reconciliation as the universal language of music soothes their wounds.
Author Doreen L. Hatton provides a heartfelt novel that enlightens readers as she details the power of forgiveness. Readers will be captivated by the book as it wonderfully represents reconciliation.
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“Then Sings My Soul”
Author | Doreen L. Hatton
Genre | Christian Novel
Publisher | Christian Faith Publishing
Published date | January 24, 2020
Doreen Hatton was born Lucy Doreen Lyons in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. Her parents, George and Ilene Lyons, were the parents of 13 children. In 1960, Doreen married Max F. Parrish in Pocatello, Idaho, U.S.A. They were parents to six children. Max passed away in 1986. In 1990, she married Lynn Hatton and lived in Salt Lake City, Utah. He passed in 2013. Doreen is the grandmother to 34 grandchildren and many great-grandchildren. She loves to write and adores her family. She just celebrated her 89th birthday.
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