Margaret Pratt's New Book Inspires Readers to Become Strong Amidst Life’s Greatest Perils

‘He Walks with Angels’ reveals one family’s tale of courage, resiliency and strength.

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Problems are challenges making them stronger persons and can shape them into a better version of themselves.

Fort Dodge, IO (PRWEB) May 06, 2014

From the author’s strong desire to help inspire others who are undergoing a tough time in life, who are confused with their decisions and does not know where to go, comes an inspirational book that will explain that problems are challenges making them stronger persons and can shape them into a better version of themselves in “He Walks with Angels”. This book tells readers that they are not alone with the battles in their lives. Everybody goes through hardships and tests for a reason.

Author Margaret Pratt tells a story about a family's love and faith that has taken them through some of the hardest times and how all their lives have changed in just a short time. With the power of love and faith, however, they have remained strong, keeping their relationships closer together and survived the storm.

Delightful, heartwarming and filled with life-lessons, “He Walks with Angels” is a powerful story that is a wonderful spiritual adventure. Readers will be able to relate to the book’s theme about healing, acceptance and resiliency and can somehow reflect their own lives to the book’s message.

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About the Author

Margaret Pratt was born and raised in small Mid West town in Iowa. She attended school there and later married and started a family which later ended in a divorce . She remarried, and after the death of her husband is trying her hand at writing . This is her first book and is still living in Iowa.

He Walks with Angels* by Margaret Pratt
Publication Date: April 16, 2014
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 140 pages; 9781493198061
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 140 pages; 9781493198054
e-book; $3.99; 9781493198047

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