Something for Everyone

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Page Publishing Inc, Jul 30, 2015 - Poetry - 134 pages
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 People go through life thinking they are alone, no one understands what they are going through. Some may feel they have no one to talk to without being judged or looked down on. People need to know that there is hope, that they are not the only ones with issues. We hide in a shell, afraid to show our hurt, our despair, our pain, our lack of faith and focus on life. Inside this book is something for everyone. A word of encouragement, a ray of hope, soothing words to bring inner peace to those troubled. Our inner sanctum cannot be seen. No one knows what's going on within us and sometimes we ourselves don't know how to explain it. Inside are poems that can relate and even inspire the inner you to open up and express that which you find so hard to say. After reading this book, you will want to share with others, knowing there is something in it for them as well. There are many helpful books on the market, this one targets where we need it most...The Heart, The Soul, The Mind.

 

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After reading this book, I was refreshed. It spoke words I needed to hear. The book is so easy to understand and it hit on situations and emotions that made me want to tell others about this book. Great writing and wonderful reading. It's nice to have inspiring words you can apply to your life. I so encourage anyone who wants something more than just words to get this book. 

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Guardian Angel
In Your Hands
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About the author (2015)

 Gobbie Mazo was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1965. She grew up in a family of 6 brothers and 5 sisters of which she was the 9th child. Her mom and dad were born and raised in Savannah Georgia.

At the age of 11, Gobbie’s dad moved the family to Sunbury Georgia, ( city life was getting a bit much to handle). She finished school in Georgia. After participating in the wild life of youth, she decided to turn her life around. Gobbie gave her life to the Lord in 1991, got married in 1993, divorced in 1999 and he passed away in 2009.

The Lord has blessed her to come far in life and with her three babies: Dutchess, Shade, and Cassie, having no children of her own, they have been her joy. They are more than pets to her. Between them, family, church and writing; Gobbie lives a tranquil life of enjoyment.

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