Suffering suffocates her soul.
How can she ever smile again?
A helpless newborn…that’s exactly how twenty-four-year-old Liliora Ellith feels in her efforts to speak up on behalf of the youngest members of Taerna’s pleasure-driven society. Her tender heart for the defenseless and deep aversion to conflict throw Liliora’s soul into turmoil when tragedy opens her eyes to the quiet yet heartrending war on Taerna’s babies—both born and unborn. Adon Olam’s Word coupled with a secret in her own past and discover her future among the cradles of unwanted babies. However, the challenges ahead of her threaten to send her spiraling into hopeless depression time and again. Saving innocent lives from the crush of the destroyer and raising a generation in the ways of Adon Olam seem more impossible than ever. At the very end of herself, will the sufferings of her and her babies prove to be anything less than the catalyst for complete disaster? fuel her determination. All she wants is to make peace with her past.
It’s Book Four of Truth from Taerna but it can easily be read as a standalone.
It’s a prolife novel.
It tells the story of Liliora Ellith, who makes peace with her past and discovers her future among the cradles of Taerna’s unwanted babies, born and unborn.
It’s a kingdom adventure fiction novel.
It’s clean and family-friendly, though it’s recommended for teens and up due to dealing with the issue of abortion.
Its launch date is October 21 but it’s available for preorder right now!
Liliora shook her head. “If Adon Olam wants it, I will not listen to my fears.” Yet tears welled up even in the words, and she felt her heart failing her.
She couldn’t imagine ever wanting to smile again, but rest sounded wonderful. If only she could truly rest—from the pain, the heartbreak, the gaping emptiness in her heart.
“Lili, just remember: Adon Olam never leaves emptiness. He fills that emptiness with something greater. I can’t tell you what it will be, and I can’t tell you that it’s not going to hurt—because it will hurt—but I can tell you that the pain isn’t the final answer. It’s not the end of the story. Let Him finish the story.”
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Erika Mathews writes Christian living books, both fiction and non-fiction, that demonstrate the power of the kingdom of God through ordinary people, transforming daily life into His resting life. She’s a homeschool graduate with a Bachelor’s in Communications, a Master’s in Biblical Ministries, and a passion for sharing Jesus Christ and His truth. Outside of writing, she spends time with her husband Josh, mothers her little ones, reads, edits, enjoys the great Minnesota outdoors, plays piano and violin, makes heroic ventures into minimalism, clean eating, and gardening, and uses the Oxford comma.
Write For Life Schedule(here's the schedule for the next few days, stop by my blog for posts on Monday, Wednesday and Friday! (maybe Thursday too *wink*))P.S. I'm only sharing the blog schedule... be sure to check out these ladies social media accounts for posts too!
Autumn Lehman at Bursting Through the Darkness - Sustainer’s Smile spotlight
Kelsey Bryant at Kelsey’s Notebook - Sustainer’s Smile character spotlight: Rita
Brianna Burden at Singing in the Rain - prolife post
Grace A. Johnson at Book Nations - guest post by Erika
Joy C. Woodbury at Discipleship With Joy - To Save a Life review
Katja Labonté at Little Blossoms for Jesus - Sustainer’s Smile review, spotlight, character spotlight: Liliora
Rebekah Morris at Read Another Page - Sustainer’s Smile review
Lauren Compton at Novels That Encourage - Sustainer’s Smile author interview
Martha Abilene at Beyond the Literary Horizon - prolife post
Kristina Hall at Kristina Hall - To Save a Life review
Jen Rose at Living Outside the Lines - Sustainer’s Smile review
Akira Rodriguez at With Joyful Praise - To Save a Life review
Vanessa Hall at Vanessa Hall - prolife post
October 21 ~ Sustainer's Smile Release Day!!
Erika Mathews at Resting Life - Sustainer’s Smile special author post
Kristina Hall at Kristina Hall - Sustainer’s Smile review
Grace A. Johnson at Book Nations - author interview with Erika
Kellyn Roth at Lilacs & Reveries - Sustainer’s Smile spotlight
Martha Abilene at Beyond the Literary Horizon - Sustainer’s Smile review
October 22 ~ To Save A Life Release Day!!
Erika Mathews at Resting Life - To Save a Life release post
Autumn Lehman at Bursting Through the Darkness - TSAL spotlight & author interview with Ryana
Grace A. Johnson at Of Blades and Thorns - To Save a Life spotlight
Kellyn Roth at Lilacs & Reveries - To Save a Life spotlight
Martha Abilene at Beyond the Literary Horizon - To Save a Life review