We are all familiar with Charles Dickenss beloved A Christmas Carol, perhaps because the story and characters are so true and timely though written some 175 years ago. Also, at least on some level, we can relate to a character who has been hardened by life and the sorry paths that were taken.
An Easter Song is intended to be to Easter what A Christmas Carol is to Christmas. It boldly emulates Dickenss template, but it is a new story set for todays generation. There are no haunting spirits in this story, but an equally traumatic event allows the primary character to visit pertinent scenes from his past and to witness missteps he took in life.
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About the Author
L. J. Christensen may have won awards for journalistic excellance, however storytelling is the true calling. It is easy to identify with the characters and they are vey likable, if not loveable. There is always a redeeming, uplifting message to the oftentimes complex stories that are suitable for all ages. There seems to be more personal insight given to the characters than one would typically expect for fictional characters, which binds them to the story at hand. Careful details are meticulously handled as each story develops. Analogous to good storytelling one yearns to move from chapter to chapter as interest intensifies with the unfolding story. The author may not end the stories as anticipated, however the endings are always satisfying.