The Timberton Trail
The O'Riley family is growing in a variety of ways: spiritually, emotionally, mentally and also in number, through birth and adoption, until their small house is nearly bursting at the seams. The town of Timberton is also growing. The small lumbering community now boasts of a church, school, bank, doctor's office and mercantile, plus families. As one year follows the next, the O'Riley children are steadily growing up and take on jobs and professions, as well as spouses. There is also a growing unrest concerning the trouble that is brewing back East as the North and South disagree more heatedly with one another. In Timberton, the citizens hail from both North and South. Everyone is wondering: Will there be war?
- Paperback | 218 pages
- 152 x 229 x 12mm | 299g
- 10 Sep 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white
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About Sally Demaray Hull
Sally Demaray Hull wrote her first novel at age seventeen: The Trail Beyond. She set the manuscript aside when she left her home in Gladwin Michigan for college in Canada at Toronto Baptist Seminary and Bible College. Following this three year course, she attended Mid Michigan Community College and Central Michigan University, studying to be a teacher. After college, she pulled out the manuscript of The Trail Beyond and rewrote it. Over the years she has rewritten it a dozen times. Shortly after the first re-write, she wrote a sequel: Beyond the Trail. The next thing she knew, she was writing fulltime. (Some years later, when rewriting Beyond the Trail, Sally realized that there was enough material for two books and so the second half of Beyond the Trail became: The Timberton Trail.) Over the years she became her parents' caregiver, a teacher in a Christian school and a substitute teacher in the public schools. She also taught TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) in China for two years and earned her TESOL certificate from the Canadian National Institute. Though she has had various occupations, writing has always been present in her life. Most of her book covers are from the photos her husband Charlie has taken, being a photographer and a writer himself. Sally's desire is that her books help people to know God better.