Amherst, VA (PRWEB) January 12, 2012
Human struggles are an inevitable part of life. But with hope and faith, these may be overcome. In her book made available through Xlibris, On the Wings of Hope, author D.G. Waugh presents three stimulating stories of human struggles into one book.
In the first story, “Armor of God,” Miriam struggles as she takes care of her young nephew, Johnny, whose father, Paul, she suspects of being responsible for her sister’s untimely death. Her sister’s last letter indicated that there was enough information to have Paul and his gang arrested. She cringes while watching Johnny act nervous and edgy when he is around his father. Readers will discover how she reacts when her new friend, Mrs. Worth is justified in believing that Paul and his co-hort, Stubby are planning to get rid of both of them.
The second book, “Don’t Wake a Sleeping Lion” has Esther struggling with trying to find a way to escape from her kidnappers. She and her co-worker were on the trail of a series of missing persons. How they handle the death of one of their members as he is found beaten until he is almost not recognized is what readers will find out.
The third book is called “Beth.” Young Beth struggles over her father’s anger at God for taking his wife. She weeps as she watches him raise his fist toward heaven. It’s interesting to see how she tries to intervene in her father’s life. In the meantime, while praying for him, she finds that the boy next door, who is the town’s trouble maker needs prayer. Her aunt tries to convince the eager child to be patient. The second part of “Beth” has her grown up into a teen and she and the boy next door are praying for each other.
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About the Author
The author is the mother of three daughters, eight grandchildren and twelve great grandchildren. She and her husband were born and raised in Pennsylvania , but soon after their marriage moved to New Jersey, where they lived until his death, four years ago. Presently she is residing in Virginia with her daughter and husband. She loves sitting on the porch observing the beautiful blue ridge mountains, and watching a herd of deer gracefully moving back and forth.
On the Wings of Hope * by D.G. Waugh
Publication Date: December 15, 2011
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 183 pages; 978-1-4628-9903-6
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 183 pages; 978-1-4628-9904-3
eBook; $9.99; 978-1-4628-9905-0
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