THE WOODLANDS, Texas (PRWEB) October 05, 2012
Just in time for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, author Amy K. Hauser offers readers her new memoir “In His Grip… a Walk through Breast Cancer” (published by WestBow Press), an intimate walk through her experiences as a breast cancer survivor.
“In His Grip… a Walk through Breast Cancer” is a raw, open glimpse of a day in the life of a cancer patient and the story of what she describes as God intersecting her life in progress. According to Hauser, her life is an example of how God works in the midst of a person’s biggest struggles; but she says it is a personal choice whether or not to allow God to help.
Hauser reveals to readers the experiences that she and her family have had before, during and after her cancer journey, reflecting on various journal entries that show what she learned along the way and after the fact. She shows readers how she came to a point in which she allowed God to work in and through her cancer to heal her wounds – both the obvious and the not-so-obvious wounds.
Hauser is adamant about how God intervened in her life. “I had tried many things in my power to change and be what I thought the world said I should be,” she explains. “It never worked. When God intersected my plans with His and I learned to understand what He wanted for me, I was able to draw closer to Him than I ever thought possible.”
About the Author
Amy K. Hauser never thought of herself as an author. From her self-admitted “lifelong inability to properly start and stop paragraph formations, among other things,” to being busy raising two children full time, a book simply was not on the radar… but she says God said otherwise. She lives with her husband, Tom, and their children, Ross and Sara, in The Woodlands, Texas.
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