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TBT Feature: Joi Copeland’s Hope for Tomorrow

Happy Thursday, Reader Friends! I’m glad you stopped by. Today I’m sharing some information regarding Joi Copeland’s TBT feature, Hope for Tomorrow. 

​Have you read any books by Joi? Leave a comment and let me know which one. Happy Reading!

About the Book


​From the back cover: ​”Josephine came from a close-knit family of three sisters. Tragedy strikes her family and sends her world into a tail-spin. Josephine walks away from her faith and everything she once held dear. When the fog of sorrow has lifted, she decides that she needs Jesus in her life. But her poor decision making continues. And then she meets him. Will Josephine continue on the road of bad choices? Will she let him and his guidance tear apart the only family she has left?”

Purchase: Amazon, B&N

About the Author


Joi Copeland is married to a wonderful man, Chris, and has three amazing boys, Garrison, Gage, and Gavin. She lives in Denver, Colorado, but within the year, hopes to be living in Galway, Ireland.

Joi’s love of writing began at a young age. She wrote short stories for several years, and in 2009, she began writing her first novel, Hope for Tomorrow​.

Joi’s books include: ​Hope for Tomorrow, book 1; Hope for the Journey, book 2; Hope from the Past, book 3; Letters of Love; Christmas Rayne, a novella.

Connect and follow Ms. Copeland: Website, Blog, Facebook, Diamond Mine of Christian Fiction, Putting on the New

4 thoughts on “TBT Feature: Joi Copeland’s Hope for Tomorrow”

  1. Toni, thank you for sharing your review of Joi Copeland’s “Hope for Tomorrow” with your Heart”wings” sisters. I have not “met” Joi yet, but want to get to know her. I enjoyed reading about her book and her bio as well. j


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