Author Rochelle Johnson Hendrix’s Newly Released “Crumbs” Is A Young Woman’s Story Of Becoming A Good Woman To Family, Friends And God And Finding The Right Life Path

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“Crumbs” from Christian Faith Publishing author Rochelle Johnson Hendrix is the story of a lost woman who comes home and finds the right direction again.

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“Crumbs”: is the story of a lost woman finding the right path again after years of misguidance. “Crumbs” is the creation of published author, Rochelle Johnson Hendrix, a fiction writer, playwright, and elementary school administrator who believes in the power of prayer and hard work to obtain goals.

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Rochelle Johnson Hendrix’s new book is the story of a young lost woman who returns home and finds the right path. Years of misguidance have left their mark upon Tracy Wright as life took a wrong turn after leaving home.

Tracy had always liked the way she looked. Not over-the-top beautiful, but definitely a head turner. The short honey-colored hairdo she was rocking made her all the more attractive. Today she knew she had it going on, and because she was fresh out of male benefactors, she knew this was the place to find a new one. Besides, she knew walking through the doors of this particular church would mean all eyes would be on her, and she needed to look like she had everything together.

A pastor’s daughter, Tracy is now on a quest for love and security. Tracy comes to find that this won’t be simple and that the past regrets could destroy everything. Tracy’s journey is one of self-discovery and healing.

View a synopsis of “Crumbs” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase “Crumbs” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, Kobo or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “Crumbs”, contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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