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Where Faith Remains Cover Reveal

Hello, you lovely people! I hope you are doing well today! For today’s post, I will be showing you the cover for Joy C. Woodbury’s debut novel, Where Faith Remains!!!

To start off, let me introduce you to the book:


1968: Though severely depressed and haunted by the demons that attack him day and night, amputee Russell Campbell has the will to live for one little girl who needs him: Eliza, the orphaned baby of a fallen comrade. When he adopts Eliza as his daughter, a miracle happens—he experiences the love he never thought possible. Through little Eliza, the only person to ever love him unconditionally, the Lord begins to heal his heart, although the demons don’t go away.

1975: Seven-year-old Eliza Campbell has everything, because to her, her adoptive father is everything. She loves him more than anything in the world—the man whose tender heart and gentle hand guide her in Christ. Eliza knows she and her papa don’t belong anywhere, except with each other. Others think they make an odd pair—a little black girl and a white Vietnam War veteran with battle scars both seen and unseen.

Russell has always taught Eliza that Jesus brings healing, but then tragedy strikes. Eliza’s earth is shattered, for her worst fear may just come true: a scary diagnosis might tear her father away from her forever. Why would Jesus let this happen, if He really loves and cares for them as Russell says He does? Is He really to be trusted? Or is it possible that the darkness can be a place where faith remains?

With themes of trauma and healing, forgiveness and redemption, light overcoming the darkness, and racial equality, Where Faith Remains is a tender and deeply moving adoptive love story. It’s the first novel in Russell & Eliza, Joy C. Woodbury’s Christian family saga about the legacy of their love.


Isn’t that blurb intriguing?? I’m totally interested in reading this book! 😀

Here you can read about the genius behind this novel:

Image with caption: This is the author, Joy C. Woodbury

Joy C. Woodbury is a teenage Seventh-day Adventist Christian and scribe of historical fiction and biblical fiction. She loves Jesus, St. Paul, the family of Christ, theology, and tiramisu. Her passion is bringing hope and light into the world through fictional tales, and her stories feature ordinary people with extraordinary faith in God. She can often be found daydreaming, overanalyzing books and movies, and jamming to contemporary worship music. You can connect with her at her website, 



Add Where Faith Remains to your Goodreads’ shelf here.






Sorry, not at the cover yet, hehe. XD

Maybe I’ve done enough dashes. XD

Okay, for real, here’s the cover:

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And here’s the front and back together:

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Isn’t it gorgeous?! I practically gasped when I first saw it because it was so stunning!!! I could stare at it for hours, lol. (I also have a Wakelet collection for this cover reveal which has more images than this post.)

That’s all for today, and since TWN won’t be posting again before Christmas, we want to wish you all a very merry Christmas!!! Love you all and have a blessed holiday season!<3

What do you think of the cover? Do you like historical fiction? What is your favorite historical fiction novel? Is there any that you’d recommend me to read?

~ Katherine Perry


    • Katherine

      Hi, L.E.!! Thanks for stopping by!!
      Oooh, yes yes YES!!!! Definitely go add her! 😉 I’ve read snippets of her work before, and she’s a really good writer!! Eeee, yes, same here!! I can’t wait till it’s released!

  • Joy C. Woodbury

    Thank you so much for sharing the cover reveal! 💙💙 Obviously I love historical fiction 😉 And though it’s hard to choose, I’d have to say my favorite one of all time is Yours is the Night by Amanda Dykes. I just finished it, it was so beautiful and if you’re looking for recommendations, you MUST read that one.

    Thanks again for being a part of the reveal!

    • Katherine

      Aw, you’re so welcome, Joy!!!💗 I’m so glad I could help share the cover! Haha, historical fiction is a great genre, isn’t it?! 😉 Ooh, cool! I just read its blurb, and it sounds so interesting! I’ll have to add that to my TBR. Thank you so much for the recommendation!

      You’re very welcome!!<3

    • Katherine

      Hi, Corrie! Wakelet is a platform similar to Pinterest in that you create collections and can save images and website and video links. I like its difference from Pinterest in that you can be more creative in creating collections by giving each collection a background image or a header image. You can even have text boxes, almost as if you were writing a blog post. It’s really fun to use!

      I agree–it’s beautiful! 😉 Ah, yes, me too!!! It’s definitely piqued my interest!

      • Corrie.S.P.

        Ah, interesting. I know what Pinterest is but I don’t use it. I don’t use a lot of media sites. My dad has it though and he has shown me stuff. Also one of my IRL friends.


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