is an award-winning writer of inspirational romance and split-time
women’s fiction. She has placed first in multiple writing contests,
including the 2017 Indiana Golden Opportunity, the 2017 Phoenix Rattler,
and the 2016 ACFW First Impressions contests. She was also a 2018 ACFW
Genesis Contest finalist.
Wen is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) and regularly contributes author interviews for their Fiction Finder feature. She also frequently interviews authors for her blog and is a contributor to the God Is Love blog. She is the author of Roots of Wood and Stone and The Songs That Could Have Been.
In addition to her writing, Wen is an accomplished professional cellist and pianist who frequently performs with orchestras, chamber groups, and her church’s worship team. She serves as a choral accompanist as well. A lifelong denizen of the flatlands, Wen lives in Kansas with her patient, loving, and hilarious husband, their three adorable Wenlets, and a snuggly Siamese cat.
To find Amanda Wen’s blog and short stories, visit www.amandawen.com. Readers can also follower her on Facebook (@AuthorAmandaWen), Twitter (@AuthorAmandaWen), and Instagram (@authoramandawen).
A story that will touch your heart, and when finished stays with you.
What a wonderful job the author has done in dealing with very tough subjects. The author gives us siblings that love their Grandmother, she is dealing with the dreaded alzheimer's disease. When she drops a name from the past, we are looking for this elusive person, is he even still alive?
Enter a lost love from granddaughter Lauren's past, and we have doors opening for both her and her Grandmother, but will Lauren's heart be able to withstand spending time with Carter Douglas?
This is a read that really touches on very tough subjects, and dealing with your own demons, and be sure to read the author's notes at the end with her person touch on this story.
A story to get lost in, with sweet romance, and the ugly head of prejudice, along with struggles of a personal nature that need to be fought every day! In the end I never wanted to leave the lives of these people I now cared about!
I received this book though the Publisher Kregel, and was not required to give a positive review.