Recent Posts



  • Rachel Rossano

New Release: Oh, the Fallen by Abigail Kay Harris

In the cause of freedom, some will give their all.

When Matt Renicker joins the Army, he's determined to give his best for his country and his Lord, even if it means risking everything he loves most. But when tragedy strikes on a routine patrol, more than one heart is left shattered and lamenting.

In the wake of a terrible loss, will those left behind find the strength to go on? Or will the faith, family, and freedom Matt fought to preserve be broken beyond repair?


Author Interview

1) What led you to write this story?

When I wasn't able to talk to a friend temporarily. Well, that same friend gave me a song to write flash fiction off of, after I wrote the flash fiction I set it aside for a long time, months, really, until I wasn't able to talk to that friend, and I wanted to add to the flash fiction for fun and before I knew it, I had a novel thinly plotted out mostly in my head, followed by four novellas until now I have a total of eight stories planned/hoped for and am working on them whenever I have the chance.

Another reason is that I'm passionate about the military, servicemen who are dealing with PTSD, brothers-in-arms struggling after losing a brother, and the heartache they deal with that isn't always understood by those that aren't in the military, and especially. I am the daughter of a veteran and a homeschooling small business owning mom which has influenced my life in the fact that I'm an Air Force brat and I've been taught by my mom to never stop learning and I wanted to help others see how veterans feel, which doesn't come into Oh, The Fallen so much as it does Oh, The Brave series but it starts in Oh, The Brave.

The final and biggest reason is I want to share hope through my writing even when things don't look like they will turn out well at the beginning or even middle of someone's stories. Both fictional and nonfictional. That there is hope in Christ.

2) Which authors have influenced your writing?