Individual Author Record
Name: Alison Strobel MorrowPen Name: Alison Strobel Genre: Fiction Born: 1976 in Arlington Heights, Illinois Sites:
Illinois ConnectionShe was born in Arlington Heights, Illinois.
Biographical and Professional InformationAlison Strobel is a writer. She worked as a teacher for three years.
- Worlds Collide, WaterBrook Press, 2005
- Violette Between, WaterBrook Press, 2006
Titles At Your Library
ISBN: 1578567939 WaterBrook. 2005 Some Decisions Change Your Day. Some Will Change Your Life.
While the headlines screamed “Hollywood Heartthrob Marries Girl Next Door,” the public relationship of Jack Harrington and Grace Winslowe never revealed the private struggles that threatened to pull them apart–and when celebrity biographer Jada Eastman starts digging, she discovers that there’s more to this couple than anyone could guess.
Their relationship began like a scene from one of Jack’s movies. Leaving behind a dead-end relationship and the bitter Chicago winter, Grace had moved to Southern California to start a new life. Meanwhile, Jack had established himself as an up-and-comer with considerable acting talent, and a private heartache. When a fateful accident pulled the two of them together, they couldn’t avoid their initial attraction or the vast differences in their values and lifestyles.
Now, against the backdrop of Beverly Hills and the 24/7 nature of the entertainment world, Jada grapples with her own beliefs as she encounters the spiritual chasm of this famous couple. Can Grace and Jack face the consequences of their own personal histories–and can the biographer avoid being affected? As the three of them examine the couple’s bittersweet story, it becomes clear that everyday decisions can carry lifetime consequences when individual worlds collide.
ISBN: 1578567947 WaterBrook. 2006 Between here and the past, there lies a place…
…a place of longing for what has been rather than hoping for what could be.
A true artist, Violette is passionate and emotional. Climbing back into life after suffering a loss, she teeters on the precipice of a new relationship with Christian, a psychologist who not only understands her struggles but offers safety and his heart.
As Violette and Christian begin to feel something they both thought impossible, tragedy strikes again. Violette becomes trapped in a place of past memories–and she finds that she may not want to come back. What would it be like to choose a place between the past and the present?