Free Novel for You through December 5th (Guest Post)

Looking for a short read for December before you pick up that tome you’ve wanted to read when 2022 rolls around? Trying to complete your Reading Challenge on Goodreads? Cru author, Jayna Richardson’s novel is free in Kindle format through December 5th.

Jayna Richardson’s debut novel, Letters, “explores the complexities of broken relationships, the debilitating power of anxiety, and the hope found in restoration.”

The rest of this post is from Jayna.

Limited Time Free Offer

Hello, fellow writer friends! My debut novel, Letters, is available for FREE through December 5th (Kindle version only).

Why I Wrote Letters

Anxiety disorders are the number one mental illness in the United States, affecting over 40 million people, many of whom suffer silently. I wanted to shed some light on this prevalent but often stigmatized issue. This book was also heavily influenced by my experiences working for FamilyLife, a marriage and family ministry.

I want my writing to glorify God and show that no person, situation, mental condition, or relationship is ever beyond hope.

I’m sharing this deal with all of you in case you’re looking for a light read over the holidays.  (Make sure to click “buy now” for $0 rather than “read for free” unless you’ve already purchased Kindle Unlimited.)

Enjoy! (Click here.)

Book summary from the back of the book:

“A life ruled by anxiety. A love gone wrong. A chance to make a change.

“Twenty-four-year-old Brenna is plagued by social anxiety and general anxiety disorder. She spends her days avoiding people and confrontation, and while her reclusive lifestyle does offer some safety and comfort, it also lacks meaningful connection to the outside world. But then the outside world comes barging in—in the form of her estranged husband, Ryan, whom she hasn’t seen or talked to in over a year. With her comfortable life uprooted in unexpected ways, Brenna must face the shame of her past mistakes and decide if she’s strong enough to risk everything for a second chance at happiness.”

Guest Post by Jayna Richardson

Jayna Richardson is a writer, editor, homeschooling mom, nature enthusiast, and follower of Jesus Christ. She graduated from the University of Central Arkansas with a double major in English and Writing. She lives in Arkansas with her husband and two kids.

Follow Jayna at or on her Facebook Author Page.

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