“No matter where you once were, no matter how dark your storm, God doesn’t want you to remain there. Overcoming may not be easy, but it’s possible when you ask your Father to battle for you.” – Dana Acuri, Harvest of Hope: Living Victoriously Through Adversity
Verna couldn’t believe what she was hearing. “What? Say again, please?” “Your pregnancy. How far along you?” “I can’t be pregnant! I’m not even married!”
In her Autobiographical Fiction, Vashti Ataya introduces Verna Louise Williams whose story of overcoming horrors of an abusive, alcoholic husband, hardships of a single mother on Welfare, abhorrent Welfare discrimination, and the traumatic shock of a surprise pregnancy with its conundrum of adoption or abortion is a prime example of one’s faith overcoming tribulations. Verna’s story offers genuine hope that “all will be well,” The story of Verna Louise Williams is one of deep faith, unconditional forgiveness, and human kindness. It is a story of miracles and angels. It is a story of great sorrow and great joy. It is a powerful story! It is a human story not yet ended.
VASHTI ATAYA, author of “MEMORIES: Chronicles of a Grateful Life,” is excited to present “OVERCOMING: The Story of Verna Louise Williams.” Book One of her Autobiographical Fiction series launches Verna into a new life after she, with her two little girls, flees a horrendous marriage.
“…a full and vibrant story.” – Salem Author Services