I am deeply honored to say that now my book Breaking The Silence is a winner of six awards! All for Inspirational Fiction! This most recent award is the Gold Medal for Inspirational Fiction from Reader’s Favorite!
I am so grateful especially since this book is one of the pain regarding the things I’ve dealt with in life. It hasn’t been easy to say the least. But it gives me great joy to know that I can help others recover from tragedy and trauma with this award winning book. And a gift of meaning in life to know that even crushing pain can bring gain not only to myself but also to others-the reason why I wrote this book in the first place.
If you know anyone who’s been in hardship and agony, please tell them about Breaking The Silence. If they need help in finding hope and recovery, this book will definitely be what they need!
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