BOOK DESCRIPTION: On the shores of Lake Michigan, Rebecca Meyer seeks escape. Guilt-ridden over her little sister’s death, she sets her heart on India, a symbol of peace.

Across the ocean in South India, Sagai Raj leaves his tranquil hill station home and impoverished family to answer a higher calling. Pushing through diverse cultural and religious milieus, he labors toward his goals, while wrong turns and bad choices block Rebecca from hers.

Traveling similar paths and bridged across oceans through a priest, the two desire peace and their divine destiny. But vows and blind obedience at all costs must be weighed…and buried memories, unearthed.

Crooked Lines, a beautifully crafted debut novel, threads the lives of two determined souls from different continents and cultures. Compelling characters struggle with spirituality through despair and deceptions in search of truth.

BIO: Crooked Lines (2012 ABNA Quarter-finalist) is Holly Michael’s debut novel. She’s been published in various magazines, newspapers, and in Guideposts books. She and her husband, Bishop Leo Michael, regularly travel from their home in Missouri to India. She has two grown sone and a daughter.

Holly blogs @ and

New Release: Tsunami 2004: Still Wading through Waves of Hope (Nonfiction then and now stories from tsunami victims in South India.) Bishop Leo and Holly Michael revisit Nagapattinam.

Coming Soon:

True Paths (Sequel to Crooked Lines): July 2015 release

First and Goal – What Football Taught me about never Giving Up. (Harvest House) Co-wrote with son (Jake Byrne-Type 1 diabetic and NFL player) AUGUST 2015 release

Here’s the ENT BOOK OF THE DAY link:

The link above includes all the book info, too. Anything else?

Nonfiction: TSUNAMI 2004 Still Wading through Waves of Hope:
Newsletter: Why not?



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