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Lynn Austin

For many years, Lynn Austin nurtured a desire to write but frequent travels and the demands of her growing family postponed her career. When her husband's work took Lynn to Bogota, Colombia, for two years, she used the B.A. she'd earned at Southern Connecticut State University to become a teacher. After returning to the U.S., the Austins moved to Anderson, Indiana, Thunder Bay, Ontario, and later to Winnipeg, Manitoba. Lynn resigned from teaching to write full-time in 1992.

Genres: Inspirational
Chronicles of the Kings
   1. Gods and Kings (1995)
     aka The Lord Is My Strength
   2. Song of Redemption (1995)
     aka The Lord Is My Song
   3. The Strength of His Hand (1996)
     aka The Lord Is My Salvation
   4. Faith of My Fathers (1997)
     aka My Father's God
   5. Among the Gods (1998)
Non fiction
   Pilgrimage (2013)
   Sightings (2019)
Lynn Austin recommends
With this Pledge (2019)
(Carnton, book 1)
Tamera Alexander
"Beautifully-drawn characters and rich history in With This Pledge work seamlessly to demonstrate that Christ's love and romantic love can triumph even in our darkest moments."
Memories of Glass (2019)
Melanie Dobson
"Memories of Glass is a remarkable, multi-layered novel that weaves stories of friendship and faith in wartime Holland together with a modern-day orphanage in Africa. Memorable characters portray the complexity of human relationships and reveal the lasting consequences of our choices, whether cowardly or courageous, and the mysteries kept me turning pages..."
Feathers of Hope (2022)
Sharon Garlough Brown
"In her novel Feathers of Hope, Sharon Garlough Brown sensitively portrays the struggles we're all familiar with-grief, loss, forgiveness, and trust in God during seasons of change. Subtly woven into her story and characters are valuable spiritual resources we can apply to our own journeys of recovery. As always in her beautiful novels, hope triumphs."
I'll Be Seeing You (2022)
Robin Lee Hatcher
"Robin Lee Hatcher is at her best in this beautifully-written double-feature romance . . . This touching story shines light on the difference between romantic passion and true love. A sigh-worthy read."
By Way of the Moonlight (2022)
Elizabeth Musser
"The characters in this touching double story stayed with me long after 'the end.' One of the best novels I've read this year."
The Blackout Book Club (2022)
Amy Lynn Green
"The Blackout Book Club is an engaging story that illustrates the power of books to unite and encourage us in trying times. . . . A wonderful read."

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