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Tracy M. Smith’s Autobiography Shares Dysfunctions of Life

New book ‘Choosing Life’ depicts success, overcoming in the face of adverse conditions.

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Tucson, AZ (PRWEB) June 02, 2014

Author Tracy M. Smith shares an autobiographical account of surviving her dysfunctional family in her new book “Choosing Life: Sometimes the Most Difficult Life to Save Is Your Own” (published by WestBow Press).

An easy read full of setbacks and victories, “Choosing Life” is the story of a woman who overcame a defective family life and two maladjusted marriages on her quest for freedom, truth and love.

“Everything in my life should have driven me further away from God,” Smith says, “but God always has the last word.”

Smith hopes her story will help readers in their life struggles through witnessing her perseverance. She advocates for readers to forgive those who do them wrong as quickly as possible, but remember to never become like them. She also reminds readers of God’s love for each one through tangible and practical stories from her own life.

“Choosing Life” tells Smith’s story in hopes of encouraging everyone – from young girls to senior women and the men that love them – in their own searches for the truth, freedom and God.

“Choosing Life”
By Tracy M. Smith
Softcover | 5 x 8 in | 102 pages | ISBN 9781490823539
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

About the Author
Tracy M. Smith has been in a battle for her life since she was a little girl. Against all odds, she was able to achieve her professional goals as a Certified Public Accountant, her personal goals in finding her soul mate and her spiritual goals in finding truth and life through Jesus Christ.

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