Tamera Lynn Kraft
Author of Historical Fiction and Children's Church Curriculum
Coming December 1
The Seasoning of Elizabella
A Jamestown Bride Story
Elizabella can't imagine anything worse than being a Jamestown bride -- but her sister is determined to do just that. On the way to the ship to stop her sister, she witnesses a brutal murder and must flee for her life. She takes refuge on the ship, pretending to be her sister, intending to leave as soon as she is safe. Before she knows it, she is headed for the New World, trapped by desperation and deception.
Miles fled to Jamestown with his family to escape the shame from their father's actions. Tragedy has tested his faith, including the loss of his wife and newborn son. His grief makes him more determined than ever to keep his one remaining brother from following in their father's footsteps.
Will God heal their pain? How can their love grow when Elizabella desires nothing more than to return to London, and Miles desires nothing more than to remain in Jamestown?
Ladies of Oberlin Spin-Offs
Tamera Lynn Kraft's Stand Alone Histoirals
Building Foundations Children's Church Curriculum
Quarter 1 (13 Weeks)
The Journey includes The Road, the Bible: Your GPS for Live, and City on a Hill
TAMERA LYNN KRAFT
In her spare time, Tamera Lynn Kraft loves to watch classic movies, drink quality teas, and ride on roller coasters, but not while drinking tea. She does drink tea while being managing editor for Mt Zion Ridge Press, a traditional Christian publishing company and writing. She has always loved adventures and loves to write historical fiction set in the United States because there are so many stories in American history. Forks in the Road, Lost in the Storm, and Red Sky Over America, Alice’s Notions, and Resurrection of Hope are among her published works, some of which have won awards. She also designs book covers and hosts Themed Facebook parties and book launches, also while drinking tea.
Tamera been married for a very long time to the love of her life, Rick, and has two married adult children and some adorable and smart grandchildren. She was a children’s pastor for over 20 years. She is now the leader of a ministry called Revival Fire for Kids where she mentors and coaches children’s leaders, teaches workshops, and is a children’s ministry consultant and children’s evangelist. She has written children’s church curriculum including Building Foundations and is a recipient of the 2007 National Children’s Leaders Association Shepherd’s Cup for lifetime achievement in children’s ministry.