Still His: One Widow’s Journey to Discovery and Hope by Roni Hollis

Genre: Memoir
Print Price: $16.95 SPECIAL DISCOUNT PRICE $13.50
Paperback
Page count: 301
Dimensions: 6″x 9″
ISBN: 978-193717-896-3
Coming to bookstores November, 2017

 

Tragedy has a terrible way of hitting when one least expects it. This was the case for Roni Hollis, a small-town Missouri teacher, a wife and a mother, when her life changed forever on an otherwise normal December day.

When a work-related accident killed her beloved husband, Mike, Roni found herself in the throes of grief and depression. She was left with bills she couldn’t pay, a farm she didn’t know how to run by herself, a ten-year-old son to raise alone, and a heart completely shattered.

Relying on her faith in God and believing in her ability to rise from the ashes, Roni found within herself a strength she never knew she possessed. She became determined to survive a loss like none she had ever known, and to do so with grit and grace.

Not a widow self-help book, Roni’s story is simply the shared experience of a young widow who thought her life was over the day her husband died. Her raw and honest writing will carry you with her on a journey of love, loss, and eventually, of hope.

My Way Home: Growing Up Homeless in America by Michael Gaulden

Genre: Memoir
Print Price: $16.95 SPECIAL DISCOUNT PRICE $13.50
Paperback
Page count: 278
Dimensions: 5.5″x 8.5″
ISBN: 978-1-937178-94-9
Coming to Bookstores October, 2017

 

 His life was barely worth a dollar. He slept outside, on park benches, in stairwells, under bushes. Michael Gaulden lived in shelter after shelter across the United States. With his father incarcerated and mother disabled, he stayed homeless for ten years.

From the age of seven to seventeen, Michael, with his mother and sister, journeyed along his own underground railroad, desperately searching for a way to free his family from the sewers of society.

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