Lo­cal au­thor takes read­ers to Zam­bia in lat­est book

Calhoun Times - - SECOND FRONT -

Cal­houn, GA - When lo­cal au­thor, Heather Hunt, trav­eled to the Zam­bian bush on a mission trip, she never ex­pected that her work would in­spire her next book... but that is ex­actly what hap­pened. While “This Lit­tle Light” is a work of Women’s Fic­tion, it is in­dis­putable that the rig­ors and tragedies of Zam­bian life are clearly re­flected as the au­thor chron­i­cles the ex­pe­ri­ences of nurse prac­ti­tioner, Eme­line Morgan, who leaves her home in Ten­nessee to run a health clinic in a re­mote Zam­bian vil­lage. As she works tire­lessly to com­bat dis­ease and death in her new home, Eme­line is drawn into the lives around her. Set amidst the breath­tak­ing beauty and ev­er­p­re­sent dan­ger of the African bush, Eme­line dis­covers that even in the dark­est times, hope and love en­dure.

Like Hunt’s pre­vi­ous works, in­clud­ing the Ama­zon best- seller, “Gifts of Life,” “This Lit­tle Light” re­mains true to the poignant and heart­felt themes of faith, fam­ily, friend­ship and the in­escapable path of true love.

“A story I could not put down. From the very be­gin­ning, this au­thor grabs you and doesn’t let you go un­til the last page.” – Love 2 Read Nov­els ( Gifts of Life)

“A rare find, a jewel in the flooded mar­ket of Kindle nov­els.” – Val’s Vicin­ity ( Ag­ing with Gra­cie)

About the Au­thor: Life- long Gor­don County res­i­dent, Heather Hunt, is the au­thor of six works of Women’s Fic­tion. She also writes Early Reader and Mid­dle Grades Fic­tion as H. K. Hunt. A pas­tor’s wife, mother, nurse and ama­teur seam­stress, she has a heart for mis­sions and lives on her fam­ily’s farm in the Red Bud Com­mu­nity. “This Lit­tle Light” and the au­thor’s other works are avail­able on Ama­zon in e-book for­mat and can be down­loaded on any reading de­vice, com­puter or phone with a Kindle app.

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