Dianne Price was a client and had cancer. She lived long enough to know
that her series was going to be in print. We found a small publisher, Ashberry Lane,
who believed in the project and who rushed to make that happen while she was still alive to see it. I was so
proud of the way my client group stood behind her in her battle and have
continued to help get the word out as Ashberry Lane continues to keep
their promise. If you knew Dianne or want to help get the word out on this new release it would be appreciated. Information can be found in this newsletter:


Have you ever experienced times of darkness that seem to overwhelm you
or make you question when the adversity will ever end? Without hope, the
world can be very bleak indeed. Which is where we take up the story of Rob and Maggie Savage!

Constant fear, piercing sirens, the darkness of war … all that fades with The Promise of Dawn.
World War II is over, but there’s much rebuilding to be done on the wee
Scottish isle of Innisbraw. Now a wife and mother, Maggie Savage longs
for other lasses to return to their island home, but how can they when
there is no way to provide for themselves and their families? Her
husband, Rob, driven by his unrelenting dream to build a rescue boat for
the local fishermen, continues to be plagued by nightmares of impending

Will their simple faith in God and love for each other help them find a new dawn for their beloved community?