Columbia, MO (PRWEB) May 16, 2014
The overall themes of Chrystal Hollins’, “Addicted to Midnight: Are You Enslaved?” (published by Abbott Press), are love, forgiveness and reconciliation. This book is a new and innovative realization of religion and worldly practices, uniquely poised to influence both secular and Christian audiences.
The main character of “Addicted to Midnight,” Lyla Johnson, also known as Lyla Star, is an inspiring speaker, teacher and leader. She is a woman of strong faith, confidence, and strength but lacks one thing: companionship. Being eager and in search of finding her perfect match, she falls into a world of betrayal, distrust, abuse, and feels there is no way out for her until she meets David, a devoted deacon. As she recovers slowly, she is still positioned in a place that both molds and shapes her — a place of forgiveness, reconciliation and compassion.
“Being a full-time student, worker and part time mentor I have experienced many relational views,” says Hollins. “This book touches base on reality and the issues people face in their daily lives. I want readers to understand that a person’s life could never be so horrible that God excludes them. He loves everyone.”
“Addicted to Midnight”
By Chrystal Hollins
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 132 pages | ISBN 9781491816578
E-Book | 132 pages | ISBN 9781491816561
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
About the Author
A native of Missouri, Chrystal Hollins has always enjoyed writing short stories, poems and plays. At the age of 14, she wrote an autobiography entitled “The Awakening,” where she spoke of her phenomenal conversion into Christianity. She had recently graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree and is currently seeking a pursuit of obtaining a master’s degree in Youth and Pastoral Studies.
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