The Angel That Wouldn't Fall

Xulon Press presents encouragement for those with mental illnesses.

In Spite of the World's Ugliness, Those Who Are Seeking Will Also Find Incomparable Majesty

Xulon Press presents encouragement for those with mental illnesses.


Author Shilaya Grange brings hope to readers struggling with mental health issues in The Angel That Wouldn’t Fall ($11.49, paperback, 9781632211668; $5.99, e-book, 9781632211675).


Grange believes that mental health is a human issue, affecting people of every religion, race, age and gender.  Through her personal battles, she has also come to appreciate the beauty that God has provided His children through His amazing creation.  She hopes to guide her readers so that they, too, can find beauty and hope in the world around them.


“God’s hand reaches out to you through the toughest times, and his heart listens to the softest whispers,” said Grange.


Shilaya Grange has worked in the medical field for six years and has experienced her own struggles with depression and anxiety.  She comes from a large, rodeo-loving family and currently coaches an 8 and under softball team.




Xulon Press, a division of Salem Media Group, is the world’s largest Christian self-publisher, with more than 15,000 titles published to date. The Angel That Wouldn’t Fall is available online through,, and


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