Paula Scott is a friend and fellow writer for Moms Encouraging Moms, the Facebook group I started to encourage, inspire, and uplift moms. Paula is a published author, writer, wife, mom of seven, and farmer! She has an amazing memoir being released on Amazon very soon! You can pre-order it now (scroll a smidge for the link).
Sometimes your past must be plowed before your future can be planted…
Her great-great-grandma came to California in a covered wagon more than a hundred years ago, and her family has farmed in the Sacramento Valley ever since, but a life of farming was the last thing she wanted… until the day fate brings her back to the farm.
Nineteen-year-old Paula Scott leaves California when the almonds are in bloom for college in Reno, Nevada where cocaine, casinos, and her first honest-to-goodness boyfriend will break her farmgirl heart, but her story doesn’t end in the desert with a broken heart.
When life knocks us down, we get back up, we try again, we marry and maybe divorce, but in the midst of our down and dirty, raw and real, painfully ordinary lives, sometimes the extraordinary breaks through, and we see God.
Because God sees us.
“Raw and real and loaded with redemption, this story will tug at your heart long after you put it down” Alice Crider, Write Concepts.
Pre-order on Amazon today (really good Kindle Deal today!): https://www.amazon.com/Farming-Grace-Memoir-Harvest-Faith-ebook/dp/B07VBCNV8D/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?keywords=farming+grace&qid=1566514476&s=gateway&sr=8-1
Paula Scott has a background in journalism. A fifth-generation Californian, her great-great-grandmother came to California in a covered wagon and married a California farmer. Paula’s family has been farming ever since in the Sacramento Valley. Paula, along with her husband and children, work on her family’s northern California stonefruit farm. She also writes historical and contemporary fiction, and blogs about life, love, and farming at paulascott.com.
Read more about the book release and her writing journey here: https://www.paulascott.com/whats-happening-with-farming-grace/