Grounded

Grounded

eBook - 2013
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Baker & Taylor
After being dumped by her fiancâe, popular recording star Grace Meredith returns home to Chicago, where she struggles with personal and professional problems as she begins to connect with her neighbors for the first time.

Worthy Pub
Grace Meredith is a beloved contemporary Christian recording artist whose career is in serious jeopardy unless she can overcome her abject fear of flying and stop her personal life-and her faith-from crumbling around her.
Grace’s fiancé, bothered by her outspoken stance on purity and her near-constant travel, has broken off their relationship. Exhausted and unwilling to continue her current tour, she books a flight home. Traumatic events result in a paralyzing fear of flying. Stuck at home due to a major snowstorm, Grace begins, for the first time, to connect with the residents of Beecham Street. Will she recover her faith and overcome her fears, or will she give up her career? Grounded is an uplifting, contemporary tale in an urban setting featuring characters courageously wrestling with the real spiritual and practical issues of average people. THE NEIGHBORHOOD SERIES: It’s not often that something genuinely new and exciting comes along in Christian fiction. With “The Neighborhood,” Dave and Neta will introduce a new storytelling technique called Parallel Novels—each with its own drama and story arc, but with characters whose lives become intertwined. The Jacksons will also continue to draw on their proven strengths for multi-ethnic, relationally driven stories as they welcome readers to Beecham Street, a typical isolated and distrustful American neighborhood—until a tragic near-death accident.

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SUPERANNO Introducing a new storytelling technique: Parallel Novels—multi-ethnic, relationally-driven stories with their own drama and story arc, but with characters whose lives intertwine. In this series debut, popular recording star Grace Meredith emerges from traumatic events and begins, for the first time, to connect with the residents of Beecham Street, a typical isolated and distrustful American neighborhood. An uplifting, contemporary tale featuring characters courageously wrestling with the real spiritual and practical issues of average people. Original.

Publisher: Brentwood, Tenn. : Worthy Publishing, c2013
ISBN: 9781617952197
1617952192
9781617952203
1617952206
Branch Call Number: E-BOOK
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: Jackson, Dave 1944-

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barnhartjen
Jul 18, 2016

This is an easy read. Lots of different emotions are felt. Its a Christian Fiction Book so its clean and uplifting.

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gagasgirls
Jul 19, 2014

I read this book last summer and then read it again after reading "Derailed" this year. Both stories cover the same plots but from a different character's perspective. i read this again because I remembered some but not all of the details from this book as I was reading "Derailed" so by reading it again I filled in a lot of background. I definately recommend reading both and would do so back to back.

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