YA Fiction – Fantasy
The village of Scot is on the brink of change, and its people are in need of hope, but hearts must first change, and difficult sacrifices must be made. Ingrid Harrison is sixteen years old and completely mute. Her silence has become a barrier to happiness. But will the silence she’s always resented be the voice that changes everything?
Ingrid is a character driven juvenile fiction, especially tailored to illustrate courage, sacrifice and the power of forgiveness. The backdrop is a charming village setting mixed with a bit of the supernatural. The characters are complex and likable. The story goes places the reader doesn’t expect and the inspiration is lasting.
Lynnette Kraft is a creative writer and uses storytelling to communicate the value of hope, the beauty of restoration and the power of selfless love. She has published non-fiction works (In Faithfulness, He Afflicted Me, 2008 and He Heard Hannah, Comfort Publishing 2012) and enjoys the imaginative freedom and exciting challenges of writing fiction. Lynnette is passionate about serving God and spending time with her family, and finds nature to be profoundly inspiring.