A Road Unknown by Barbara Cameron, is the story of Elizabeth, the eldest of 9 children. Elizabeth, feeling resentful over being expected to help with the younger children and the house, runs away from home. She becomes roommates with a college student, gets a job, and begins to makes a life of her own. As much as she might think she is looking out for her self, her life has given her a heart to serve and care for others.
Between these choices, both good and bad decisions, Elizabeth's life takes shape.
I grew up in the beginnings of the home school movement, my parents were writers for the teaching home and other publications. My mother even wrote a book on home schooling. I grew up surrounded by large families. Large meaning more than 8 kids, 5-6 was average. As a mother to six children, I have striven to keep all the children in child roles. Too many of my friends grew up never wanting to have children from their experiences. So I could relate to this story.
I love that it took on a different viewpoint than most of the Amish fiction that I have read in the past.
Barbara Cameron is celebrating the release of A Road Unknown with a $200 Visa cash card giveaway and a fun "Amish Roads" Facebook party.
- A $200 Visa cash card
- A Road Unknown by Barbara Cameron
So grab your copy of A Road Unknown and join Barbara and friends on the evening of February 27th for a chance to connect and make some new friends. (If you haven't read the book, don't let that stop you from coming!)