FAITH NEWS SERVICE – United States—Monday, April 3, 2023
Katherine Scott Jones is proud to present her book, Her Memory of Music.
Katherine wrote Her Memory of Music in the hope that readers will identify with Ally’s story and realize God fights our battles and makes a way even when we don’t see a way.
This novel carefully examines the emotional nuances of contemporary relationships and delicate topics, like single motherhood, rape, infertility, domestic abuse, and even human trafficking. Young mother, Ally Brennan, is a hurting woman whose past catches up with her and threatens the stability of her new life with her young son. Her secret fears and the regret for the musical career and family relationships she abandoned shadow her as she makes new friends. Dark moments and disappointments are deftly balanced with hope and grace as Ally learns to open her heart to trust God and others.
Katherine Scott Jones’s Her Memory of Music will be free and available for download on Amazon for 5 days (April 4, 2023 through April 8, 2023). Her Memory of Music is highly rated by those who have purchased the book. Here’s what some of the reviewers have said:
Michael C Smith
5 Stars – Absolutely Loved It!
I absolutely loved this book. Katherine Scott Jones hit a home run. You can’t judge a book by its title. I love mysteries and thrillers and this was both. I couldn’t put it down. I don’t write book reviews, so I hope this gets the point across; this was one of those books that I was very sorry to see it end because it was a great read. I’m anxious to read her next book.
5 Stars – Unusual, Satisfying, Standout Read
Moving story that probes many deeper themes such as infertility, sex slavery, and rape, but never with a heavy hand. The title weaves like a subtle thread through the novel, working its way to a meaningful ending. I appreciated that the scenes set in Mumbai always felt genuine, as if the author is familiar with the culture/customs there. For those searching for Christian fiction that brings spiritual themes to the table, but that shows characters wrestling with real-life issues in realistic ways (instead of portraying them as knowing it all, right off the bat), this is definitely the novel to read. Unusual, satisfying, standout read.
For More Information or to schedule an interview about this press release, please contact Katherine Scott Jones at 253-217-6971 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Author
Katherine Scott Jones grew up in cities on every U.S. coast and overseas as her family moved with her father’s Navy career. Seattle became home when she married her husband over thirty years ago. After graduating from Whitworth University with a degree in communications, she established herself as a freelance writer before turning her hand to fiction. She blogs about books that celebrate beauty at www.katherinescottjones.com. Katherine and her husband have two grown-and-flown children. She is the author of Her Memory of Music and Shadow Sister.