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Rebecca Masters’ story is loosely based on some factual events with powerful messages about never giving up no matter how difficult life gets. She made the difficult decision to migrate from Cinderella Island to America in search of a better life, alone with less than a dollar in her pocket. Upon her arrival, Rebekah met with immediate struggles, some of which seemed insurmountable. Rebekah wonders whether she’ll ever escape the nemesis in her life, abject poverty. Yet, despite that frightening reality, she stays loyal to her faith in God, believing in his unwavering grace. This mindset propels her into a life of opportunities with achievements. A catalyst to thrusting her into the life she always dreamt of. The Coming of Grace is a truly heartwarming story filled with comedy, drama, suspense, and the undeniable truth that good things usually come to those who have not strayed from the path of a core belief in the goodness of God. One thing was for certain; her life was about to change forever. Her faith in God saved her. It also unfolds his promises for her life, topped off by getting one of her greatest desires, finally being loved.

The Winter Years of Life is a collection of compelling and thought-provoking poems by Marjorie Delores. The author’s aesthetic mind captures the beauty of everyday life and its complexities. It is unique to sit back and absorb life’s realities that sometimes we unintentionally shut out or overlook in this fascinating and busy world. Marjorie has penned waves of emotions in a sophisticated yet sweet manner that will easily relate to the reader. Every poem comes straight from a place of experience and intends to give voice to those who have walked a similar path.

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