War Torn Sudan is Backdrop for New DiAnn Mills Novel

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Sudan is the setting for DiAnn Mills' new novel, when The Lion Roars. This dramatic story is not only a good read, but also a challenging look at life in this war torn country.

Award winning author DiAnn Mills’ latest release, When The Lion Roars, is a suspense novel set in war torn Sudan. The events that splash across today’s headlines are intricately woven into this story of three people who are forced to put aside their political, religious, and cultural differences to rescue a young girl from slavery.

Mills spent two years writing the non-fiction book, Lost Boy No More, with co-author Abraham Nhial (one of the Lost Boys of the Sudan). Mills said, “The stories of the Sudanese people need to be told. It was only natural that I would return to fiction to tell their story in a way that will reach a whole new audience. It is my hope that when people see, hear and know, that they will not be able to turn away, but that they will feel compelled to help.”

Mills tells her fans to “Expect an Adventure” and in When The Lion Roars she delivers a powerful true to life drama.(When The Lion Roars,RiverOak, ISBN: 1-58919-030-0)

Since her first book was published in 1998, Mills has written sixteen novels, thirteen, novellas, a nonfiction book, numerous articles, short stories, and contributed to several nonfiction compilations. In addition to her credits as an author Mills is an experienced speaker, and a writing instructor/mentor.

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