You heard it here first. Though the Mountains Be Shaken releases on April 18. The title comes from Isaiah 54:10. “Though the Mountains Be Shaken and the hills be removed, yet my unfailing love for you will not be shaken nor my covenant of faith be removed,” says the Lord who has compassion on you.
The e-book is available now for presale at Though the Mountains Be Shaken – Kindle edition by Neely, Kathleen. Literature & Fiction Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com.
Many of you know that I have Parkinson’s Disease. I’ve wanted to write a character who has PD and have finally done so. It offers information on PD, troubled marriage, legal entanglements and more. I hope you’ll check it. Print copies will also be available on April 18th. Here’s a book blurb:
Kate Dunbar puts 100% into everything she does—a career as a literary agent, a mom of preschool twins, and the wife of Ryan Dunbar, a criminal defense attorney. She appears to have the perfect life, until it begins to crumble piece by piece—her marriage, her health, and her job.
Kate blames emotional stress for her fatigue, stiffness, and tremors. As symptoms begin to increase, Kate finds herself unable to control her body’s erratic movements. At the same time that she and Ryan separate, she receives a diagnosis of Parkinson’s. Determined not to tell her estranged husband of her diagnosis, Kate faces an unknown future and the possibility that she’ll face it as a single mother.
As glimmers of hope for a restored marriage begin to surface, more upheavals await them. A case that Ryan is defending endangers his family and his career.
Kate and Ryan both harbor secrets that threaten their marriage. Can they mend their broken family? How will Parkinson’s affect their future? For better or worse, for richer or poorer, in sickness and in health, forsaking all others. Every vow they spoke eight years ago is being tested. Can they survive the storm?