Overcoming the Drug Epidemic Through Faith

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Victoria Godwin’s new book on struggle and the power of God

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The severity of drug abuse in the United States and the world is made evident as Victoria Godwin details the impacts of drug addiction in her debut novel “Party Girl Nurse’s Journey.”

Based on a true story, Godwin’s book focuses on a woman whose family fell into a world of drugs, adultery, and financial greed. Through her faith, she learned to fill the void in her heart by accepting love and guidance from God. Inspired by her father, who was a doctor, Godwin also dedicated her life to medicine by becoming a registered nurse.

“The main character has a seemingly perfect childhood,” said Godwin. “But when she becomes a witness to the destructive behavior caused by drugs, her whole life changes as her loved ones become different people due to addiction.

Although she faced many challenges as a wife and mother, Godwin shares her story about overcoming difficult times with a strong sense of faith and continuous prayer.

“The drug world is killing our youth and destroying our society, but no one is ever alone—God is always with us,” Godwin said.

“Party Girl Nurse’s Journey” is a tale of forgiveness and redemption that provides hope to those seeking answers to the challenges of life.

“Party Girl Nurse’s Journey”
By Victoria Godwin
ISBN: 978-1-51448-742-6 (softcover); 978-1-51448-743-3 (hardcover);
978-1-51448-741-9 (eBook)
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Xlibris Press

About the author
Victoria Godwin is a devoted mother of four and is guided daily through the strength of her faith and relationship with God.


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