“The Bottle House,” written by Susan Grant of Addison, has been published by Elk Lake Publishing and is available in paperback, hardback and eBook formats.  Submitted photo

“The Bottle House,” written by Susan Grant of Addison, has been published by Elk Lake Publishing and is available in paperback, hardback and eBook formats.

“Grant takes readers on a spiritual revelation of how past regrets affect our mental health and cause individuals to lose faith. ‘The Bottle House’ teaches us that no matter how low we feel, Jesus can forgive us, restore us, and give us comfort in every situation we go through,” says LuGina Dumas, a licensed clinical mental health counselor and a nationally certified counselor.

In “The Bottle House,” a heartbroken widower, a betrayed nurse, and a disheartened teacher find their way to Bethany R&L Behavioral Healthcare Center. Can a compassionate chaplain and his mysterious, colorful collection of bottles bring them healing?

Grant is a 1986 graduate of Columbia International University and has been a classroom teacher for 36 years. She tackles the tough questions of faith and Christianity in her writing and addresses many of the issues Christians wrestle with in “The Bottle House,” her debut novel, and also in her daily “minute-devotions” available at susan-grant.com.

Elk Lake Publishing, Inc. is a traditional Christian publishing company based in Plymouth, Massachusetts. Elk Lake publishes a variety of fiction of all genres as well as nonfiction with a twist including Bible studies, Christian life. For more information, visit ElkLakePublishingInc.com.


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