Book Feature: The Adventures of Bo Jack by Lana Lynne Higginbotham

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Book Feature: The Adventures of Bo Jack by Lana Lynne Higginbotham

We love to feature books at Mustard Seed Sentinel. Today we are featuring The Adventures of Bo Jack by Lana Lynne (Lana Lynne Higginbotham).

Why Lana Lynne Wrote the Book

I am excited to share The Adventures of Bo Jack with my readers. We all grew up listening to the stories of our family members’ childhood escapades. One of mine related tales I couldn’t forget. Imagine my delight when he agreed to sit down with me and retell them all again. He turned on the tape recorder and I grabbed a pen. This rendered a transcript our family will treasure, but I wanted to expand it into a fictionalized story for others to share. He gave his blessing and permission. This wonderful journey brought us a story of a boy readers will never forget.

About the Book

A portion of the Book Description from the Back Cover of The Adventures of Bo Jack by Lana Lynne:

A young boy finds adventure growing up amidst the sorrows and turmoils of a family and country emerging from the Great Depression, into the Second World War, and beyond. Times are hard, but for Bo Jack, every day holds unexpected discoveries. What’s next? Join him.

About the Author

Lana Lynne Higginbotham writes in the fiction genre under the pen name Lana Lynne: Lana is a Speech-Language Pathologist and a writer/author. She is the author of these historical fiction novels: Home Always Beckons: A New Sunrise; Trails of Change: A New Sunset; Sunbeams at Twilight: A Life’s Echo; and A Compass of Stars in Her Eyes. She has two Novellas: One in the genre of Contemporary Christian Fiction: Whimsy Michaels and Her Amazing Room; and her New Release is: The Adventures of Bo Jack (2019), a historical fiction based on the childhood memories of a relative.

Other writing credits: A creative nonfiction novel, written with a coauthor: Life Between the Letters: The Chuck and Mary Felder Story (First Publication 2014-now out of print post publisher closing) by Lana Lynne Higginbotham and Mary K. Felder. Blog writer: a weekly blog post (2012-2014) contributor and served as part of the “Venture Galleries Author Collection” blog team (2013) under her pen name, Lana Lynne.

Lana lives with her husband in East Texas. They are empty nesters and proud grandparents. Learn more by visiting her website (Links to my Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and Amazon can be found there). Please leave a review on Amazon and take time to like her Facebook author page: Lana Lynne.

Lana is a member of ACFW.

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