Author Sue Warren’s Newly Released “Miriam’s Daughters” is a Riveting Story Imagining the Life of a Well-Known Biblical Figure and Ten Generations of Her Descendants

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“Miriam’s Daughters” from Christian Faith Publishing author Sue Warren is an engrossing work of historical fiction bringing generations of a family living by the Sea of Galilee at the time of Christ’s birth to vibrant life.

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“Miriam’s Daughters”: an imaginative and engaging tale of life before, during, and centuries after the birth of Christ on the shores of the Sea of Galilee. “Miriam’s Daughters” is the creation of the late published author Sue Warren, a voracious reader and lifelong writer, mother, grandmother, former elected official, and volunteer who went to be with the Lord in 2014. Her husband, Joe Warren, wishes to share her wonderful stories for all to enjoy.

“Miriam’s Daughters” is fiction based on history. It is imaginative. Its characters are believable. I believe many women will identify with the women of the story. Many things have changed through the years, but people still love their families and enjoy knowing a little about their history.

The story is one that tells of the changes in the lives of those in a family at the time of Jesus Christ. It takes place in a small village on the shores of the Sea of Galilee. It covers ten generations from approximately 13 BC to near 300 AD.

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Sue Warren’s new book is a gripping and potent work of historical fiction bringing biblical characters to vibrant life on the pages of this book.

View a synopsis of “Miriam’s Daughters” on YouTube.

Readers can purchase “Miriam’s Daughters” at traditional brick and mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “Miriam’s Daughters”, contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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