Guest Post: Linda Weaver Clarke & The Light at the End of the Tunnel

Posted January 26, 2022 by meezcarrie in Author Interview, Christian, historical, Linda Weaver Clarke, romance / 3 Comments


Please join me in welcoming Linda Weaver Clarke to the blog today to chat about her new historical romance, The Light at the End of the Tunnel!

THE LIGHT AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL by Linda Weaver Clarke
SERIES:
Women of Courage
GENRE: Inspirational Historical Romance
RELEASE DATE: October 13, 2021
PAGES: 169

After coming to America and enduring several trials, Hannah realizes she can make something of her life by opening a hot chocolate shop. She soon finds that starting her own business isn’t as easy as she thought.

When Thomas finds out that Hannah’s shop is struggling, he comes to the rescue with a clever plan. Will she agree to such an unconventional idea? Can he convince her to find room in her heart for one more person?

 

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Amidst trials, is there a light at the end of the tunnel?

by Linda Weaver Clarke, author of The Light at the End of the Tunnel

All of us have challenges in our lives and we feel so alone. We sometimes wonder if we are the only ones who are experiencing difficulties. Have you ever felt that each trial you have endured was so difficult that you wondered where the “light at the end of the tunnel” was? Many times we try to solve our own problems and don’t bother talking to anyone or asking for help.

“No matter our circumstances, no matter our challenges or trials, there is something in each day to embrace and cherish. There is something in each day that can bring gratitude and joy if only we will see and appreciate it.” ~ Dieter F. Uchtdorf

This was Hannah’s attitude as she tried to search for the “light at the end of the tunnel.” How many times do we search for that light, wondering where it is and hoping that the trials in life will soon end? Is God watching over us? Is He there when we need some comfort? In our darkest moment, does Jesus Christ know how we feel? I believe He does.

Set during 1844, The Light at the End of the Tunnel is a historical romance novella. Book Reviewer and Author Gail Pallotta wrote: “This romance wrapped around my heart as it took me into the struggles of Hannah, such a brave woman. The characters come to life on the page as Thomas falls for Hannah. However, Hannah is caught up in her day-to-day trials, and with her independent streak she only thinks of making a life for her and her daughter. Can Thomas get her attention and change her mind?”

After coming to America and enduring several challenges, Hannah realizes she can make something of her life by opening a hot chocolate shop. She soon finds that starting her own business isn’t as easy as she thought.

When Thomas finds out that Hannah’s shop is struggling, he comes to the rescue with a clever plan. Will she agree to such an unconventional idea? Can he convince her to find room in her heart for one more person?

After reading this novella, Sunnie Reviews wrote: “I enjoyed this sweet historical romance very much.  This story shows the western spirit of adventure in a young widow who has faced many hardships to come to this point.  This is a Christian book and a very engaging and enjoyable read. You will enjoy this heartwarming story of a strong woman forging a new life.”


Linda Weaver Clarke has traveled throughout the United States, teaching and encouraging people to write their family history and autobiography. She is the author of an award-winning sweet romance, Melinda and the Wild West, for the “Reviewers Choice Award.” She is the author of historical romances, swashbuckling romances, a romantic cozy mystery series, a mystery/suspense series, non-fiction, and a children’s book. Clarke is the author of over 30 books. All her books are family friendly.

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What about you? What makes you want to read The Light at the End of the Tunnel by Linda Weaver Clarke?

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3 responses to “Guest Post: Linda Weaver Clarke & The Light at the End of the Tunnel

  1. Debra Pruss

    I love anything chocolate. It sounds like a fabulous book about wanting to start fresh and new. Thank you for sharing. God bless you.

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