Pat Jeanne Davis
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About Pat Jeanne Davis
Pat Jeanne Davis’ longtime interest in the WWII era goes back to the real-life stories she heard about family members who served during the war. Through reading letters her father-in-law sent home, she was able to immerse herself into the world of a homesick soldier longing to be home with his bride. Her debut novel, When Valleys Bloom Again (Elk Lake Publishing, Inc.), is a wartime inspirational romance set in the States and in England. She is a confirmed Anglophile and has a keen interest in Mid-20th Century British and US history.
Pat enjoys flower gardening, genealogy research and traveling with her British-born husband. She writes from her home in Philadelphia, Pa. Her articles, essays and short stories have appeared in print and online. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers and Faith, Hope & Love Christian Writers. Pat loves to hear from her readers at https://www.patjeannedavis.com
** When Valleys Bloom Again - Finalist, 2020 Serious Writer Book of the Year Award
Article in Chestnut Hill Local, 8/6/20: https://www.chestnuthilllocal.com/2020/08/06/impressive-area-wwii-novelist-punished-by-pandemic/
Q&A Interview in Family Fiction Magazine, March 2020
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Throughout time, women have shared their joys and sorrows, thoughts and feelings, experiences and life lessons with one another. The tradition continues in this book with 101 stories of friendship, faith, and comfort that affirm God’s unconditional love and His wisdom. Women will find encouragement, solace, and strength in these personal stories and prayers that cover motherhood from its joys and everyday trials to tests of faith.
What are you thankful for today? This uplifting book reminds readers of the blessings in their lives, despite financial stress, natural disasters, health scares and illnesses, housing challenges and family worries. Stories of optimism, faith, and strength remind us of the simple pleasures of family, home, health, and inexpensive good times.
Finalist--2020 Serious Writer Book of the Year Award
As war approaches in 1939, Abby Stapleton’s safety is under threat. Her father, a British diplomat, insists she go back to America until the danger passes. Abby vows to return to her home in London—but where is home? With her family facing mortal danger so far away and feeling herself isolated, she finds it hard to pray or read the Bible. Did she leave God behind in war-torn London too? Abby becomes friendly with Jim, a gardener on her uncle’s estate.
Jim can’t get Abby out of his mind. Did she have a sweetheart in England? Was it foolish to think she’d consider him? He curses his poverty and the disgrace of his father’s desertion and drunkenness haunts him. Can he learn to believe in love for a lifetime and to hope for a happy marriage?
Abby couldn’t know the war would last a long time, nor that she would fall in love with Jim—soon to be drafted by the US Army—or that she’d have to confront Henri, a rejected suitor, determined by his lies to ruin her reputation and destroy her faith in God’s providence. Will she discover the true meaning of home and find happiness with Jim?
Life begins again at 60! Crossing that magic age might bring a few new wrinkles but also new experiences. This collection is full of humorous and fun adventures from those who are actively enjoying their "senior years!" Stories about new careers, volunteer work, sports and sport cars, love, family, and travels will amuse and invigorate readers.