Forgiveness, Redemption, and the Importance of Story–with Rachel Fordham

Forgiveness, Redemption, and the Importance of Story–with Rachel Fordham


Today’s episode is an interview with Rachel Fordham. We talk about her newest book, A Lady in Attendance, which releases June 1. This novel is about a young woman employed as a dental assistant, but the secrets in this character’s past make this story all about redemption, forgiveness, and love. Rachel and I talked about these aspects of the story, Rachel’s writing career, and the importance of story in our lives.

Here’s more about Rachel from her publisher, Revell:

Rachel Fordham is the author of The Hope of Azure Springs, Yours Truly, Thomas,
and A Life Once Dreamed. Fans expect stories with heart, and she delivers, diving
deep into the human experience and tugging at reader emotions. She loves
connecting with people, traveling to new places, and daydreaming about future
projects that will have sigh-worthy endings and memorable characters. She is a busy mom, raising both biological and foster children (a cause she feels passionate about). She lives with her husband and children on an island in the state of Washington.

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