Stirring Biography Illustrates Overcoming Hardships

Tucson, Mar 25, 2019 (Issuewire.com) – “God If You Are Up There Do You Care?” by author Rosalie E. Ranquist details the hardships and loneliness she went through while growing up in coastal Maine. After losing her mother at a young age, she stayed at a foster home where things spiralled down further.

She has lived through difficult teenage years. Some of the unhealed pain she has gone through she still had to carry with her to adulthood. Though most of her experiences have scarred her, she refuses to give in to them and commits to turning her life around for the better. Her book has earned many positive reviews online. Gene L. Jeffries, Th.D., shares that “…Her story is as exciting as it is readable! It will inspire your heart and life to ‘trust in the LORD,’ even among the most harrowing circumstances.”

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Authors Press showcased “God If You Are Up There Do You Care?” at the Tucson Festival of Books held at the University of Arizona Campus last March 2-3, 2019. Ranquist’s book was displayed at Authors Press’ booth number 154. To get the latest update on authors, like and follow Authors Press on Facebook and Twitter.

God If You Are Up There Do You Care?

Written by Rosalie E. Ranquist

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