Tuesday, 26 November 2013

Author Interview #236: Escape to Big Fork Lake by Mary L. Ball

Author Interview #236: Escape to Big Fork Lake by Mary L. Ball


November 25, 2013
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Our interview today is with Mary L. Ball.  Her debut novel is Escape to Big Fork Lake, (4.6 stars, 34 reviews) published in March 2012, followed by Stone of Destiny released September 2013. She writes Inspirational/Christian fiction.
Both of these novels are available in eBook and print on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and most on-line retailers.
She currently has another novel in the works, waiting hopefully for acceptance by her publisher.
1.  Please tell us about Escape to Big Fork Lake.
Will an inheritance bring new happiness or a trap for murder?
Bad luck seems to follow Sam Blacker. She loses her job and faces daily struggles keeping her drunken neighbor away from her.
Sam, a city girl at heart, is hesitant. However, after a brutal attack she has no choice.
Making a decision that will forever change her life she flees to the small fishing town of Big Fork Lake, Alabama and soon finds herself in the arms of Noah Frye. A tumultuous relationship with Noah sparks buried desires of the heart, even if he is a Christian, surely, she can get around that little problem.
As Sam and Noah’s passion grows, trouble lurks in the shadows, waiting and watching. Inescapable, Sam’s bad luck returns when she stumbles upon a murder and becomes the only suspect. Will she have to run again, this time to stay out of prison? Worse, will she lose the best man she’s ever found? And what about the newfound hunger in heart to know God—can she truly trust in Him?
2.  Tell us about Stone of Destiny.
The sapphire symbolizes s mental clarity, faithfulness and truth. For centuries, the legion of the Harrison family revolved around a ring. The family stone believed to have divine favors that transform lives-sometimes forever.
Taylor has given up on everything but her work. After becoming the youngest CEO of Mugful’s Beverage Company, she believes life is complete. That is until her grandmother asks her to oversee renovations at the family home, in addition to searching for a missing heirloom.
First contact with what she believes is an insignificant ring, lost for fifty years, sends her life spinning. Taylor experiences strange dreams. Feelings surface; she doesn’t understand; mere thoughts that should remain unspoken, are voiced.
Taylor’s emotional journey begins, testing a heart as cold as the ring itself-forcing her to question everything she believes.
Is this a fairy-tale or her soul, reaching out for a different world, a life she can only find through faith and a divine trust in God?
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