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Jacob, the younger son of Isaac, returned to Haran looking for a wife from among his relatives. He arrived with nothing but the clothes on his back, yet after twenty years he found himself returning to Canaan with four wives, eleven sons, a daughter and great wealth. Surely God had blessed him and his family?
His youngest son was Joseph, born of his favourite wife, Rachel – the only wife he ever really wanted. Then, joy and tragedy: Rachel has another son, but dies in childbirth.
Joseph is sold as a slave by jealous brothers and Jacob has lost his favourite wife and his favourite son. What has become of God’s blessings?
From slave to ruler, Joseph, Rachel’s son, would be the saviour of his family, but only if he could hold on to his faith and overcome impossible odds.
NaNoWriMo began on 1 November at 00:00:01 and finished on 30 November at midnight.
When the clock reached midnight on 30 November, I was sitting in the tiny Victorian hamlet of Navarre, typing away desperately – still in the middle of a sentence. Word count: 50,004. Just made it, after a frenetic rush of story-writing, with 22,000 words being written in the last 4 days!
Some parts of the story are unfinished, and an estimated 13,000 extra words will be required to tie up the loose ends. After that, the painful process of editing begins.