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Composing Amelia

“Alison Strobel keeps getting better and better. Composing Amelia is a novel I consider to be a lasting work of fiction. Within its pages, Strobel plumbs the depths of emotion in a subject fraught with prejudice and misinformation within the church. With characters your heart will embrace, it is a story of pride and depression without being depressive. From the first page until the last, I was caught up in Marcus and Amelia’s world, unwilling to stop reading. A beautiful love story, you’ll see God’s grace through unconditional love. Alison Strobel is quickly proving she has what it takes to be a bestselling author, book after book. Novel Journey and I give it our highest recommendation. It is a 5-star must read. Bravo, Alison!”

Ane Mulligan, editor
Novel Journey
http://www.novelrocket.com

 

The Heart of Memory

“The Heart of Memory is a heartfelt journey through  secrets and loss, through fame and faith, and past all that is skin deep to what lies deep within. Alison Strobel aptly captures the breakdown of a family and one woman’s struggle to reinvent both her faith and herself.”

Lisa Wingate
national bestselling author of Larkspur Cove and Dandelion Summer

 

Reinventing Rachel

“This honestly written book is a must-read for any survivor of ‘churchianity.’ Realistic and transparent, Rachel Westing will strike a familiar chord with anyone who’s ever felt disenfranchised with contemporary ‘Christian’ culture. I lent this book to a friend—and she called it a life-altering story. Way to go, Alison!”

Melody Carlson
author of The Four Lindas series and 86 Bloomberg Place series

 

The Weight of Shadows

“Alison Strobel has penned an important book about a battered woman’s psyche and the length God journeys to rescue her. Honest, painful, redemptive, The Weight of Shadows is the kind of gutsy novel book clubs enjoy discussing.”

Mary DeMuth, author
Daisy Chain and A Slow Burn

Violette Between

Violette Between is a beautifully wrought tale full of characters that live and breathe. This surprising story from Strobel, a bold and engaging storyteller, left me sighing with pleasure and wanting more. She’s not to be missed.”

Claudia Mair Burney
author of Mayhem, Murder, and a Fine Man

Worlds Collide

“I love this book! Alison Strobel has a voice that is relevant to today’s reader. Worlds Collide is funny, heartbreaking, and far too close to reality. If you’re looking for a fast-paced read filled with Truth, look no further!”

Kristin Billerbeck
author of What a Girl Wants