Carol Edwards Denekas just released her second inspirational novel, Seeds of Hope. The story spans from 1917 to 2015 and revolves around relationships that all have their roots at the Seeds of Hope orphanage.
In this interview, we'll explore the story of Seeds of Hope, including Carol's inspiration for Ava Reynolds, the founder of the Seeds of Hope orphanage. We'll also discuss Carol's journey to becoming a published author, which began when she penned her first historical romance at age 11, as well as her experience both with a publisher for her first novel, Rescuing Love, and self-publishing Seeds of Hope.
In addition to her own writing, Carol supports other authors through the Red Barn Writers Guild, a local writers' club she started, as well as teaching creative writing classes.
You can learn more about Carol at www.CarolEdwardsAuthor.com, order Seeds of Hope at http://amzn.to/28M3FzY, and find her first novel, Rescuing Love, at http://amzn.to/28LvmHP.