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Finding Home: A Place to Belong

Finding Home: A Place to Belong

by J. Robin Whitley


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In Robin's debut novel, the characters search for meaning in life and a place where all belong. A story that is a mixture reminiscent of Fried Green Tomatoes and At Home in Mitford, this novel portrays a loving sense of community and home. The rural North Carolina town of Pleasant Quarry becomes a place where all belong.

Robin set out to write a story that was more similar to the life lived in a rural setting. Robin's non-fiction tends to have a very religious or spiritual nature to it. I'm this work of fiction, some of that spiritual color comes through, but in a way that is listed as a minor bit of information. The point of this fiction is simply to tell a good story that might make you laugh, might make you think, but the purpose is merely telling a good story. It is Robin's hope that the story you are about to read will be interesting as you catch a glimpse of life in the rural South of the Piedmont in North Carolina.

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ISBN-13: 9781542383837
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 10/20/2017
Series: St. John Series
Pages: 272
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.57(d)

About the Author

Tis is the first work of fiction for J. Robin Whitley. Robin's first two books are non-fiction. Robin has lived in the South all of her life. Her undergraduate study was in music and her graduate degree was in training to be a Lutheran pastor. For more information, please visit

She lives in the mountains of North Carolina with her small dog. She writes, prays, sings, and rejoices in every day.

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