July 6, 2018

New Books by IVJ Authors





This issue contains three new book highlights from authors previously published in Indiana Voice Journal. We are proud of all our authors! Be sure to check them out. "Bound by Seduction, Redeemed by Grace: One Woman’s Story of Falling into Freedom" by Stacey Louiso; "Tales in the Dreams Garden" by Angel Edwards; and "No Ordinary Soldier-My Father's Two Wars" by Liz Gilmore Williams.
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Stacey Louiso: "Bound by Seduction, Redeemed by Grace: One Woman’s Story of Falling into Freedom"

Shame.

Unbeknownst to her, shame played a huge part in the life of the author, Stacey Louiso. She carried it, internally, from childhood into adulthood. Accompanying shame were some dirty secrets that wreaked havoc on her life, leading her down many wrong paths, until one day Stacey found herself fully broken. Some might perceive this as a bad thing—being broken—however, what transpired in the aftermath sent her down the right path…

THE path to: Understanding, deep wisdom and most importantly, breaking free of the harlot spirit that controlled the very fiber of her being since birth. Jesus Christ found Stacey in troubled waters and forgave her every transgression. He healed her soul while breathing new life into this woman—once bound by seduction, now redeemed by Grace!

This is more than a book about finding one's faith - it is an instrument of healing. A tool, like litmus paper, to enable people to see they aren't the "only one" tormented and controlled by lust, incorrect and unloving thinking, unforgivingness. Regardless of whether you have been living in self-conflict for 1 year or 30 years - a Christian or not - this story proves there is a way out! The Great Counselor who showed Stacey the way through the dark is no respecter of persons, He can and will do the same for you.

“Bound by Seduction, Redeemed by Grace is thought provoking and insightful. It documents a transformed life, from the grip of Satan’s loins to the mountain top life.
I recommend this book for everyone in the body of Christ to be equipped with the adequate knowledge against the wiles of the enemy. Also, I believe anyone seeking self-deliverance will find it helpful. Buy two, three or even four copies, and give to the important people in your life!”

Pastor Segun E. EGBEWALE
Christ Chosen Seed Evangelical Ministry, Nigeria

“I found this book captivating! I didn’t want to put it down, not even to cook dinner for my family. I admire and appreciate Stacey’s willingness and obedience to God in sharing her story. He knows there is someone who needs to read it, to hear that He loves us—despite our past!”
K. Williams, New Jersey, U.S.A.
Wife, mother and grandmother
For information on where to purchase Bound by Seduction, Redeemed by Grace, or to connect with Stacey Louiso, click here.




Angel Edwards: "Tales in the Dreams Garden"

http://www.silverbowpublishing.com/tales-in-the-dreams-garden.html
http://www.reverbnation.com/angeledwards

Angel Edwards’ first collection of poems. Tales from the Dreams Garden, is a delightful and mysterious read. Her work draws on her extensive musical background. This is exemplified by her use of cadence and breath that imbues each poem with narrative and subtle rhythm. Repetition is cleverly used along with spare and beautiful imagery.  ~ Jude Neale author of “A Quite Coming of the Light”; “Splendid in Its Silence”










Liz Gilmore Williams: "No Ordinary Soldier-My Father's Two Wars"



A young man from a gritty Pennsylvania mill town enlists in the Army Air Corps and heads to Hawaii, the "Paradise of the Pacific." There, he and his buddies defend Oahu while it explodes and burns in the bombing of Pearl Harbor. As the war surges, his bomber squadron ships out to primitive Pacific outposts. Amid air raids, stifling heat, and outbreaks of tropical disease, he clings to sanity through the letters he and his wife share, letters found years later saved in the attic. Haunted by his terrifying rages decades after his death, his daughter delves into the letters for clues to his turmoil. The letters lead her to discover a shocking family secret, not only fulfilling her quest but also revealing a story of war, love, and forgiveness.

1 comment:

  1. Congratulations to Indiana Voice Journal contributors Stacey Louiso, Angel Edwards, and Liz Gilmore Williams on their new books! I also have mine, my first full-length collection of poetry, "Metro Manila Mammal," published by Soma Publishing last May: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07CRN1FTK/. It features, "The Truths of the Blind Elephant," which was first published here in IVJ on June 2, 2016. :-)

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