Christian Fiction


A Mosiac Collection book.
Released January 8th.
More Than Enough by Lorna Seilstad


Quirky Fiona McGrath loves her job as a Child Life Specialist at a Dunedin, Florida hospital. As a former foster child, she understands trauma and wants to ensure no child ever faces the same kind of fears she once did. But are fears truly in the past?
Gabe Cavenaugh’s life is right on schedule. As the youngest assistant Chief Financial Officer in the hospital’s history, he has much to prove, but he’s confident he can do anything he’s asked. After all, he’s secure in his faith and has the constant support of his family.
When Gabe is directed to make cuts in order to balance the hospital’s budget, his search leads him to the Child Life Program and to Fiona. How can this crazy, hat-wearing woman, who rides around on a sparkly scooter possibly be a vital member of the medical team?
As Fiona works to persuade Gabe about her job’s necessity, he begins to see there’s more to her and her work with young patients than wacky clothes.
But will she be enough to save her program? And could she possibly be enough for a man like Gabe?


“I am enough because I am His.” Beautiful story of redemption. Life had broken Fiona! Then she choose a wonderful profession being a Child Life Specialist, helping children and their parents through their hospital experience. I loved her heart for helping broken people and those in pain. She had a very sweet and kind disposition which made her help her patients go through very, very life threatening and bad experiences. But like all broken people she had her demons to fight. The all American Gabe with his perfect family and life as Fiona called it. Their first meeting was very hilarious. I enjoyed reading about thee both of them as they traipsed through insecurities. I really admired how he pointed her to God instead of himself no matter how much he loved her. He pointed her to God as her source of love, sufficiency and belonging. Fiona had to deal with a lot of insecurities but the realisation that she was enough and God wanted her to live and enjoy the life He had given her is the story of this book. This story of redemption will tug at your heart. There are times in our lives we deal with the question: “am I enough?” More Than Enough shares a story of God’s sufficiency. I received a copy of the book and this is my honest opinion.

Lorna Seilstad has called Iowa home her whole life. She received her B.S. in education from Lubbock Christian University. After her first child was born, she stopped teaching and became a professional wiper. “I wiped noses, tears, skinned knees, baby’s bottoms, and countertops every day. But at naptime, I wrote.” Today, she writes historical fiction with a generous dash of humor.


The first words in The Mosaic Collection were put to paper in 2018 when a handful of Minnesotan authors breathed life into the lonely world of self-publishing by doing it together. Now an international community of women, the authors in The Mosaic Collection claim much of North America as home, from Alberta to Kentucky and Oklahoma to Ontario.

With over 150 years of collective writing experience, more than 550 years of life experience, and well beyond 50 novels, novellas, devotionals, and memoirs that tell their stories, the women in The Mosaic Collection have faced devastating loss, offered prayers that seem unanswered this side of heaven, experienced the disintegration of family, and wrestled through the unknowns of long military deployments. They have also stepped out in faith to see Kingdom purposes accomplished even in the face of discouragement or dismay, chosen gritty determination and joy over anxiety, and persistently chosen to trust God through uncertain circumstances and unanswered prayers.

Award-winning and best-selling authors, the authors in The Mosaic Collection are active leaders and members in American Christian Fiction Writers, InScribe Christian Writers’ Fellowship, the Minnesota Christian Writers Guild, The Word Guild, Romance Writers of America, Wordsowers Christian Writers, Serious Writer Academy, and My Book Therapy. Many also haunt annual writer’s conferences around the North American continent.

Wives, mothers, and lifelong readers, the authors in The Mosaic Collection have done exactly what you’d expect. Not ones to settle for just the expected, they’ve also covered other creative territory, including (but not limited to) time as a flag twirler, agriculture news reporter, A&W waitress, caretaker, church soloist, MA grad, hot cocoa enthusiast, mostly-encouraged home educator, time waster, hyper-responsible conscience for the whole world, former alpaca owner, city-girl gone ranch wife, rainbow baby, procrastinator, paralyzed evangelist, optimist, and really grateful friend to many other women.



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