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Handmaid to Madonna: a journey fraught with agony

My father asked me to keep the strangest parts of this story to myself, but I've always worked my thoughts out better when I put them on parchment. So, this journey begins the day an angel informed me I would have a baby--before I was even married.

From making goat cheese to disappearing for three months, I traveled further i
ebook, 200 pages
Published November 15th 2019 by Inkspired Quill
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Tina Meyers
Nov 23, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Sharon's deep faith shows in how she put this book together. Her timely message resonates throughout and really hit home with me in this day and time. A skillful writer, she teaches you without being overwhelming. A must read for those who enjoy Christian fiction ...more
Naomi Craig
Oct 12, 2019 rated it it was amazing
5 things to look for in A Pondering Heart
1) A mother's expectations and struggles
2)Walking with Jesus day to day
3) Insight into 1st-century Judea
4)Going back to the scriptures to re-read the accounts
5)How Jesus' siblings could have reacted to him.
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Even as a child, Sharon created worlds where life might pose challenges but where unlikely heroes wielded magic for the good of all. In the end, ordinary people won the battle against darkness.

She did grown up things like graduate high school and college, get married and have kids. But she never strayed too far from the door into the mystical realms of story.

Once she had children of her own, they

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