Jean DeFreese Moore seeks to enrich lives with “A Father’s Love,” a novel series on family and faith

Publisher | Covenant Books

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Published date | February 22, 2022

Publisher | Covenant Books

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Published date | Jul 20, 2022

Publisher | Covenant Books

Author Bio

Jean DeFreese Moore received her Bachelors of Fine Arts degree from Louisiana Tech University. She spent most of her career in the media relations office of the athletic department at her alma mater where she was able to use her talent in desktop publishing and graphic design.

Jean’s writing began in high school where she was awarded membership into Quill and Scroll, a National Honor Society for high school journalists. She continued her writing as a contributor to her hometown newspaper.

She was one of many contributing artists to paint the entry hall mural at the Lincoln Parish Historical Museum housed in the Kidd-Davis House built in 1886. She also served several years as set designer for a dance academy and has taught art at a private Christian school.

Jean is an accomplished artist. Her most recent exhibit, “The Life of Jesus in Acrylic Pour,” was shown in four separate venues in her hometown of Ruston, Louisiana. This exhibit was scheduled to be a part of the exhibit “Risen: An Easter Celebration,” which opened the same week the COVID-19 lockdown hit her city. The exhibit was quickly changed to an online exhibit and was viewed over 31k on social media and 1.2k in video form. The Jesus paintings were also a part of the exhibit “Artfinds.”

Along with her painting and writing, Jean enjoys her full-time job as grandmother to seven. She is also involved in her church’s children’s ministry, active in her local Painting with Prayer group and the Community Men’s Shed.

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Jean DeFreese Moore Extends the Story of the Beloved Britt Family in “A Father’s Love: Justice and Forgiveness”

The book tells the tale and trials of Travis Britt’s youngest son, Reid, and his wife, a beautiful Indian.

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Catch the book display for “A Father’s Love: Justice and Forgiveness” by Jean DeFreese Moore at the 2022 American Library Association (ALA) Annual Conference & Exhibition

For readers who love to read more about Travis Britt and his family that were first introduced in A Father’s Love: Faith and Family, Jean DeFreese Moore published a follow-up in the series, “A Father’s Love: Justice and Forgiveness” (Covenant Books; 2021).

“A Father’s Love” is a historical fiction series that abounds with themes of family and faith. It narrates a family’s journey through turbulent times throughout their lives and America’s history. “A Father’s Love: Justice and Forgiveness” revolves around Reid, Travis’ youngest son who marries a beautiful Indian girl named Chipeta.

“Justice and Forgiveness” takes place in the early 1900s in rural Kansas. Reid finishes school and takes Chipeta home, thinking she will be safe with his family. He leaves town, telling his family he is working for a large, prestigious law firm when in reality, he has taken a job as an undercover agent with the Department of Justice.

As Reid struggles to serve justice and survive in the dangerous world of organized crime, his loved ones face their own trials. His family begins to experience prejudice against Chipeta, who struggles with acceptance among the people in Reid’s hometown and with her own identity.

Knowing his entire family could be in danger, Travis prays fervently for their safety. He must rely on God to care for both himself and his family as life becomes dangerous for everyone involved.

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“A Father’s Love: Justice and Forgiveness” will be displayed by self-publishing and book marketing company ReadersMagnet at their exhibit for the American Library Association (ALA) Annual Conference and Exhibition on June 24-27, 2022, at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington, D.C.