Welcome to another edition of 3 Questions Wednesday, and welcome Anne Baxter Campbell. Anne is a writer with a deep love of God, family, and friends. She also has an overwhelming fascination with the Bible and biblical history. Lets get started!
Can you describe yourself in three words?
Anne: Oh my. You are asking a novelist to write anything in just three words??? Okay. Lessee, um, Little Ol’ Lady? Full-blown Christian? Author, Speaker, grandma?
Sounds like you are blessed to wear many hats. Here’s a fun question—
Someone offers you a fully-paid writing research trip to any place you desire to go. Where would it be and why?
Anne: That’s easy–the Mediterranean, because a lot of my novels are set there. Mostly Israel, but wherever the Apostles traveled.
What a great trip that would be to see the places you’ve written about. Last question—
If someone made a movie of your life, what would be the theme song?
Anne: Send in the Clowns. If there is a way to get lost, a time to be fooled, or a wrong action to take, I’ve probably been there, done that, and wore out the T-shirt. However, maybe we aught to add the song, Forgiven, because despite my worst failures, God has given me grace, lifted me up, and set me on His path. Maybe we could begin Send in the Clowns somewhere toward the middle and Forgiven at the end. Hm. So, we can’t be without a song at the beginning of the movie. Maybe Ca Sera Sera.
I would love to watch this movie. Thanks, Anne, for visiting us at 3 Questions Wednesday, and allowing our readers to know you better.
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This story is about the faith of a child, a missing mother, and a person-of-interest father. Sarah is a woman deep in despair over the death of her only child, a three-year-old girl who had an inoperable brain tumor. Her husband, Paul, is a good-looking man who is thinking about divorcing so he can return the attentions of a pretty professor. At least he was, until she disappeared. Now the police think he’s responsible for his wife’s disappearance.