Patterns and Progress by Amber Stockton
ABOUT THE BOOK:
Shannon was right about “progress.”
Every time Shannon Delaney might have considered changing her stance on what other people called “progress,” something bad happened and she was proven right again. Like the day Jacob Berringer almost ran her over in a new Model-T. Or the Titanic, a marvel of modern invention. Look where that got them. Or how about the new tractor her brother insisted they try out on their farm? That resulted in a broken arm. Why can’t things just stay the same—the way they should be?
Jacob has his work cut out for him, proving to the stubborn but beautiful Shannon that just because he works for the Henry Ford Company, he isn’t a bad guy. But something about her tells him she’s worth the effort, and when Jacob puts his mind to something, he doesn’t turn back.
But will either of them look to God for direction?
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
AMBER STOCKTON is a freelance Web Designer and author whose articles and short stories have appeared in local, national, and international publications. Her writing career began as a columnist for her high school and college newspapers, and she has sold eight books so far to Barbour Publishing with more on the horizon. Not only is she a member of American Christian Fiction Writers, but she is also the Vice President of her local ACFW chapter. At age three, she learned to read and hasn't put down books since. She lives with her husband and fellow author, Stuart, along with their daughter in Colorado. Visit her Web site to learn more or to contact her: http://www.amberstockton.com.
QUESTION FOR YOU: What modern invention would you least like to do without?