H.R Austin’s newly released “Grace’s Journey” uncovers the everyday living of the early nineteenth century

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“Grace’s Journey” from Christian Faith Publishing author H.R Austin is a brilliant narrative that depicts how life was then and how people coped with the difficulties of the world back in the early 19th century.

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“Grace’s Journey”: a captivating account of life in the early 19th century when people relied more on their culture and tradition to understand the complexities of the world. “Grace’s Journey” is the creation of published author H.R Austin, a part-time employee in the Mason County Area Chamber of Commerce and a member of Shiloh Community Church. She enjoys reading, antiquing, and nature walks. She also loves family get-togethers with grandchildren.

Austin writes, “Grace’s Journey is a fictional account of how everyday life was lived in the early nineteenth century. Without modern conveniences as we know them today, people relied on customs and traditions handed down through the ages. Though it was a life with less complexities as today, there were many hardships and difficult times. People were hardier, worked with the land, and gave up loved ones to diseases for which cures had not been found. At the same time, families faced the good times and the bad together, and Christian values were more evident.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, H.R Austin’s new book is a profound novel that takes the readers back in time and into the life of early 19th century when modernity has not yet rained down upon humanity.

View a synopsis of “Grace’s Journey” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase “Grace’s Journey” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

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

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