All About Treasuring Grace: The Book

 The novel Treasuring Grace was inspired by a dream.  I've been asked many times, "Really, a dream?"

I awoke early one morning from a vivid dream.  It was as if I were watching a movie.  Immediately I got up and started jotting down the main ideas.  I was so compelled by the story.

I was encouraged by my priest to put the dream into writing, so that others could be touched by its message.

My priest wasn't surprised that the story came to me in a dream.  He assured me that this was not the first time that God spoke to someone in their dreams.

He mentioned the angel that appeared to Joseph, "the angel of the Lord appeared to him in a dream and said, "Joseph, son of David, do not be afraid
To take Mary your wife into your home, ..." in Matthew 1:20.

Later, the angel of the Lord again appeared to Joseph in a dream and said, "Rise, take the child and his mother, flee to Egypt" from Matthew 2:13.

Joseph, the son of Jacob, was also spoke to in a dream which can be found in Genesis 37.

When I am asked "Really, a dream?". My answer is, "Yes, a dream!"


About the book:

Liz Swanson is a loving wife and mother. Her life isn’t quite what she’d imagined, but she considers herself lucky. She has a good husband, beautiful children, and fulfillment outside of her home through volunteer work.

On some days she doesn’t even notice the dull ache in her heart. While she’s preparing for their summer kickoff at Lake George, the ache disappears and her sudden happiness is mistaken for anticipation of their weekend.

However, as the family heads north, there are clouds on the horizon that have nothing to do with the weather. A careful observer might see the signs that something is wrong, but only Liz’s daughter, who’s found some hidden journals has any idea.

By the end of the weekend, there will be no escaping the truth or its painful buried secrets, and it will take all of their strength to get through the storm together.

About the Authors:

Rob Plumley lives with his wife and son in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.

Tracy Roberts, her husband and four children also reside in the Upper Peninsula. Rob and Tracy both enjoy reading, cycling and spending time with their families.

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