“It’s not the certainty that something will turn out well but the certainty that something is worth doing regardless of how it turns out.”
If you are a fan of historical fiction…MAY I HAVE YOUR ATTENTION, PLEASE! 📣📣
Jane Kirkpatrick’s epic and inspirational story of Abigail Scott is well worth your time! I found this story to be extremely timely since we are facing an election that is right around the corner. It’s also been 100 years since the 19th Amendment was ratified! AND the influential RBG just passed away.
Abigail lives in the mid 1800s in Oregon Territory and works as a school teacher. She marries Ben and gives up her job but still desires to “do more” with her life. Sadly when Ben is injured and the family experiences financial issues, Abigail becomes the breadwinner. What she sees and experiences in the working world horrifies her and she soon works to fight for the rights of women, specifically the right to vote.
I loved the marriage between Abigail and Ben. He was so supportive and encouraging especially in a time where most men would not have that faith in their wife. And I loved the modern themes of trying to balance work, children, the home, and personal fulfillment. These themes are timeless, as many of you women know!
Something Worth Doing is available now!
Thank you @revellbooks for the gifted copy!