More About the Author
Findley loves to write and draw, and has been known to do both tucked in the bend of an old pine tree. Cat and dog lover, former master of the universe of summer hikes, mountain stream swimming, and unorthodox campouts, she has traveled internationally and around the lower 48 multiple times.
Sneak a peek at snippets from her real life in The Great Thirst serial, from the tiny school she attended in the foothills of the Catskills, to the college teacher who asked for student help to find the contact lost in her own eye, to a certain trucker couple who come to the rescue when help is desperately needed. She is the wife of a crazy smart man, mother of three kind of grownups, and currently rides shotgun in the US and Canada in a tractor-trailer.
Younger readers can grow up with the Benny and the Bank Robber Historical Adventure series. Watch Benny learn to trust God while traveling across the American frontier from Philly to Missouri to the end of the Oregon Trail.
Adult readers can discover suspense, unlikely romances, and history-making intrigue from the male point of view in The Baron's Ring, and Chasing the Texas Wind, and Send a White Rose.
The Fifty Shades of Faithful series of short stories combines sensible and sizzling advice about relationships with a playful and purposeful edge ... Bondage, child trafficking, caregiver fraud, adultery, foster care, business partnership, and even sheep rustling.
Join the search to quench the thirst as the serial archaeological mystery The Great Thirst cranks up the danger. Keith and Talia race to find ancient technology and the missing Golden Testaments before the last copy of the Word of God is gone forever.
Dig into Bible Study for all ages, explore the original Establishment of Religion, and climb aboard for a frantic but faithful ride through History, Science, and Literature from the beginning that will carry you to where truth lives.
Praise for Benny and the Bank Robber: "Looked like a kids book. It really surprised me with a lot of interesting twists and being deeply spiritual."
Chasing the Texas Wind: "This story has many twists and turns throughout the plot and keeps the reader on their toes and they struggle, along with the characters, to solve the mystery of this intriguing tale."
Antidisestablishmentarianism: "This book will give you all the ammunition you need to get yourself straightened out and those you know and love. I recommend you get it and read it."
Fifty Shades of Faithful: "I liked the way the characters were not one dimensional but complicated, especially the men in the stories."
The Baron's Ring: "What I got was a story unlike any other. A story of love of family, love of community, a love of people...all intertwined with the love of God and sharing that love. I just could not put it down."
Hope and the Knight of the Black Lion: "For those who love medieval history, the Crusader period in England, all things knights and espionage, everyday estate life, and purity of period detail, you will find an absolute GEM in this story."
The Great Thirst" "Wonderful, absolutely wonderful!"
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: "Fantastic Scriptural commentary. The writing shows a deep and profound understanding of the whole counsel of God."
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