New Book Offers Unique Perspective From A Mother Who Has Lost A Child
Offers hope that God is faithful in his promise to never leave us
MAITLAND, FL— Loma Moser’s new book This No One ($16.99, paperback9781498469463; $8.99, eBook, 9781498469470) is a journey through one mother's greatest nightmare, which brought unspeakable sorrow yet seemingly impossible forgiveness. She learned living "in terms of eternity" is possible through the love and grace of Jesus Christ. The book's four central tenets are clearly received: God is faithful in his promise to never leave us; eternal salvation is assured for all believers; no force on Earth surpasses the power of prayer; forgiveness is a choice that frees our own souls. This No One is an honest and raw, moment by moment account of a grieving parent's real pain and unforgiveness and a lesson in her faith in a real God. It was written to glorify God, honor her son, and help others see the Lord in their own lives.
Moser says, “This No One is a detailed, true account of a recent series of documented events that will touch the lives of those in the most desperate despair bringing hope, healing and encouragement. In my experience with the sudden, violent death of my son at the end of 2013, I found no books in the Christian or secular markets like This No One for relevance and honesty from a non-pastoral point of view. It is real, faith-exploring and from the heart, but it is not a ‘sermon.’”
Loma Moser is a writer, mother, grandmother and proud Great Dane foster for a local Dane rescue. She lives in Palm Bay, Florida with her husband and fur-babies. She is a real parent who has lost a child, a title she did not want to possess. She also holds a BS in Psychology from the University of Central Florida.
Xulon Press, a division of Salem Media Group, is the world’s largest Christian self-publisher, with more than 12,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order This No One through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors. The book is available online through xulonpress.com/bookstore, amazon.com, and barnesandnoble.com.