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"When Sparrows Fall": A Chat with Author Meg Moseley

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Reviews have called Meg Moseley's debut novel a “thought-provoking, cautionary tale of extremeism” as well as a “a lovely work of fiction that portrays a side to American freedoms that is too real to ignore.” Join Jocelyn and Cindy as Meg joins in to discuss her new work about young a mother's “fight for truth and spiritual freedom” for herself and for her homeschooled family. While giving the world a window into the world of an ultra-conservative Christian homeschooling community, the novel also addresses common aspects of a spiritual abuse.  Meg draws on more than twenty years of joyful experience homeschooling her three grown children as well as her knowledge of some complex and contemporary issues within the Christian church in the U.S., sharing with the listener how her book came to fruition.

Read more about the novel and Meg at her website (www.MegMoseley.com), on her blog, and on her Facebook pageWhen Sparrows Fall is a Waterbrook Multnomah publication (a division of Random House), available at major booksellers and at Amazon.com.

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