It was a joy to delve into this novel about Lou’s adventures in Alaska. In Lou’s point of view, the author wrote in first person and did well digging into Lou’s thoughts and sharing her concerns. Lou’s hesitation in uprooting her two small children from their beautiful, comfy home in Michigan and moving to a rough, challenging rural area in Alaska is justifiable and easy to understand.
The love of family shines through as Lou and her husband Roy grow in their faith in God and seek guidance from Him for their future. They face some difficulties, but the most intense part is the bear scene, and for that, you’ll have to read the book.
Alaskan Calibration is a clean, Christian-based book that focuses on facing adversity and learning to trust God in all things.
Alaskan-based author Maryann Landers writes women’s faith-filled fiction based on true stories of extraordinary women of her magnificent state. She loves to showcase the unique north and give her readers a little taste of rustic Alaska.
While writing in her log home in the woods, she is also looking forward to her next adventure with her Alaskan husband while juggling mom tasks such as crafting homemade meals from moose and caribou meat, building DIY projects from scrap woodpiles, and guiding her teens in their homeschooling.
To learn about her inspiration to write Alaskan based stories, read her blog at www.mary-ann-landers.com
Her first novel in the Alaskan Women of Caliber Series; Alaskan Calibration released in June 2021.