New Xulon Fiction Based On The Author’s True Story Proves The Importance Of Being Obedient To God’s View On Health And Nutrition

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Alison M. Tomlinson weaves her heartbreaking true story into a fictional novel to help alleviate future suffering and pain – and ensure her tragedy will never be repeated

I'm Sorry, Oliver

I hope readers will understand that a spiritual battle is waging over our health

Within the pages of Alison M. Tomlinson’s new book, I'm Sorry, Oliver, ($15.99, paperback, 9781498477222), readers will meet fictional character Sylvie Keighley, an ordinary child born in the midst of an extraordinary spiritual battle. Fallen angels attempt to kill her at birth. However, holy angels have been assigned to lead her to the truth about the healthful life God has decreed for his children. To find that truth, Sylvie must journey through a lifetime of her own pain and, worst still, the pain of her beloved child, Oliver. In this fictional novel – based on the author’s own story – Tomlinson shows how she and her son suffered because she was deceived about health and how God finally showed her the truth.

“I hope readers will understand that a spiritual battle is waging over our health,” states the author. “We need to take control of our own health and not rely blindly on the medical profession. God gave our bodies the ability to fix themselves if they are given the right raw materials. If we take comprehensive nutrition and avoid inflammatory foods, it's staggering what our bodies can recover from.”

By the age of 53, Alison M. Tomlinson’s body had deteriorated to the point she was permanently bent over, could barely walk, and in constant pain. Then she discovered Dr. Joel Wallach and began his nutrition and diet protocol. Three years later, she is now standing straight and walking 90% better. She is pain-free and feels better than ever. This novel is based on her story. Her remarkable recovery is cause for rejoicing, but for Alison, it’s also bittersweet. She discovered the road to health thirty years too late to help her son, Timothy, who was born severely handicapped and died at 9 years old. Her prayer is that future mothers will read this story and understand the need to be fully saturated with all 90 essential nutrients before getting pregnant.

Xulon Press, a division of Salem Media Group, is the world’s largest Christian self-publisher, with more than 15,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order I'm Sorry, Oliver through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors. The book is available online through,, and

Media Contact: Alison M. Tomlinson
Email: alison(dot)tomlinson(at)gmail(dot)com

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