Catching up with Hannah Conway


Battles Raging Within Are The Ones You Must Fight To Win

WHITLEIGH CROMWELL dreamt of a happily ever after with her newlywed soldier husband. COLLIER CROMWELL loved God, his wife, and his country, though military life exacted a demanding toll.

An unexpected deployment during the height of war sends Collier away for yet another year. Their lives tumble down a path marked with struggle, and fatalities. Burdened with unseen emotional wounds and crippled faith, Collier’s homecoming only increases their trials.
The angry, defeated hermit at Whitleigh’s side barely resembles the loving, faithful hero she married two years earlier. Concerned about possible career repercussions, admitting his need for help proves difficult for Collier and his behavior worsens.
Angry outbursts — and his cold, callous nature — isn’t all that provokes Whitleigh to pack her bags. Collier seeks solace for his private suffering in the worst possible place leaving Whitleigh to walk away from shattered pieces of broken trust.
Will Collier seek the healing he desperately needs in time to save their marriage, or is it over? Are there wounds too deep, marriages too broken, and lives so far gone they fall beyond even God’s ability to restore?
About the Author



Oh Christmas! Ugh, winter.


I admit fall is my favorite season and I honestly dread the winter, and once upon a time, I dreaded Christmas during an especially trying season of my life.

I was a young Army wife. While others strung up lights, planned holiday feasts with family members, swung shopping bags in their arms, and sung Christmas carols around a cozy fireplace somewhere, I found myself filled with worry, doubt and frustrations. You see, my husband was deployed, again, fighting a war in Iraq while I was a very pregnant with our first child. I found it difficult to smile during those special times of the year he and I should’ve been sharing together. The years went on, more deployments, and we celebrated many Holidays and Anniversaries apart rather than together.

Where was my joy? How could I celebrate Christmas with such sadness in my heart?

The truth struck me one Sunday at church like a thunderous clap. My joy is my God. He is my strength, my rock. He’s the reason I can celebrate Christmas with a genuine smile, and any other Holiday for that matter, with or without my husband home.

It’s not the lights, snow (or the lack of), food, family, gifts or carols that make Christmas special, or help others to tolerate winter. It’s Jesus. He brings hope and light to the coldest, dreariest of seasons, and all year around—year after year. I pray you too have embraced this truth.

A big salute and a Merry Christmas to you and your family!

Hannah Conway is the author of The Wounded Warrior’s Wife and Wedding the Warrior. She is an Army wife of more than a decade, mother of two, writer and speaker. A Kentucky native, Hannah lives near Fort Campbell where she and her family are currently stationed.  She holds a BA in History from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs and is active in ministry, Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS), as well as the American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW), and My Book Therapy (MBT).

When she isn’t writing, you’ll find Hannah volunteering for community service projects, jogging (slowly), neck deep in Pinterest crafts, or browsing thrift stores. The most important thing about Hannah, is that she’s a follower of Christ. It’s her prayer that readers will come to know just how much God loves us through her writings.

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