Mary is “marked” by her early experiences, but they do not define the totality of who she is. She is a wife, mother and writer, deeply in love with Jesus. The victories she shares and the places she still struggles to see God’s hand will touch readers of all backgrounds who are seeking Him in a messy world.
Given the beauty of her language and the depth of her vulnerability, I look forward to reading Mary's fiction as well. I am sure it will not be inspirational fluff.