Perhaps in God's Lifetime!

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AuthorHouse, 2009 - Biography & Autobiography - 232 pages
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The young child, Maggie, was struck by a car at the age of three. She is portrayed here with her parents, James and Helen. Spared by a miracle, she battles disappointments and even tragedy in her long walk toward fulfillment of her lifelong mission. Fueled by fiery ambition, she and Eric discover combined strength in their 'heart communing talks'. Filled with God's inspiration, this unique tale possesses a magic mixture of controversy, humorous episodes, and faith. The quick-witted dad, cherished mom, troublesome, but lovable Ethan, and 'the mansion' episodes, guarantee this unusual tale to be a delectable reading adventure. The story boldly empties into the bountiful gift of betterment presented to the world by 'two heroes'. Maggie's life is full of surprises as she captures your heart as soon as you step into the first page of this fascinating autobiographical novel.

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The story is written in first person; and is a non-fiction. It is a well laid out autobiography about the author (Maggie). This author has done a great job in bringing out structure, characterization ... Read full review


Perhaps in gods Lifetime tjc Chapter 1 It Started At Sweetness
VnCeashing Happiness
Tfying Out Of This WorCcT
A Difficult Time
Chapter 6 Baby Bonding
The Best Weekend
A JoCt Tor James
What If This Happened To You?
A Classic Lady
Of Ultimate Concern
The Wedding Of 4
A Note Trom tour Author
Maggies World Now
Maggies WorCd Then

Tuff Of Mystery
MTg Is Born

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Maggie Helen Harries has written this autobiographical novel of enchantment. Perhaps In God's Lifetime! is a unique tale of a young girl attempting to scale every challenge. At 3 years of age she is hit by a car and sustains no injury. Read about that in the first chapter. Maggie, a gifted child, loves to play the piano, care for her 'baby' Ethan, and dreams of empowering people to become self-sufficient! During her young life, the author studied modeling with Ada Duckett, who ultimately became the coach for the "Miss Texas" pageants. Maggie graduated from Lamar University and commenced teaching young history and English students. She taught secondary students in Corpus Christi and Port Arthur. She is listed in Who's Who in Texas Educators as well as being a published poet and avid photographer. Maggie, an accomplished copywriter, writes compelling copy attracting visitors to her own and others' websites. She studied with American Artists and Writers Institute and is a Graduate Member of AWAI. Maggie's first book entitled, Eating Today's Bread While Still Paying For Yesterday's, concerns an incident which gained worldwide attention in the locale of a small East Texas town. the book gives a true view into the small town and its residents who were descended upon by worldwide media spotlighting a heinous act of violence. the town square became the meeting place for the prayer rally in order to establish peace, harmony, and reconciliation for the town population in danger of the deadly spark of racism. Led by the city leaders and pastors, the residents walked confidently forward into mastery over evil. the book illustrates how this town came to grips with reality by searching inside themselves for compassionate hearts. Read about Maggie's Near Death Experience! PERHAPS IN GOD'S LIFETIME!

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