Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Now #99Cents! “This is NOT A CHRISTIAN Book…but it IS!”

 Released on March 17, 2015, I knew I’d written what the RuachKodesh, (Holy Spirit) directed.

Here's the process I went through before, during and after I wrote this book. Since the topic was a hard one, one faced by many, one character swore, which made releasing this book an act of faith in God’s guidance. 

I was told by an author whose work was accepted, that there is enough edgy Christian fiction being published for The Edge to be founded so books in this genre can be seen. Furthermore, the Lord showed me that The Blessing Keepers Journal will be about restoration in Messiah! 

And lastly, I stand amazed at the foot of God’s thrown knowing this review set my heart at ease so I could continue writing The Crucible of Becoming Series!

This amazing 5 Star Review by Felicia Mires says, “Paula Rose Michelson writes with authority about a heart-rending situation. It reads very much like an auto-biographical account. We see into the depths of a woman's torment as she struggles to find identity and connect with those she loves.

A mother and daughter are ripped apart shortly after the daughter's birth and deceived all their lives. When they finally come together they struggle with each other's pain. The mother cries out to God for a way to reach her daughter, for healing in both their lives. Though this book has no Scripture and isn't written with the intention of "saving" the daughter, it's clear that the mother's relationship with the Redeemer has been an integral part of her recovery. The serious subject matter is treated with sensitivity and depth and reveals a way back into healing and wholeness. Perhaps it is even a more brilliant treatise on redemption because it displays a life lived in connection with the Father and how that brought hope and new life. Alert: this is not a "clean" read. It includes strong language.”  amzn.to/1EuAlTD

About Paula Rose Michelson
The wife of Lutheran Pastor and Chosen People Ministries field missionary, Ron Michelson, while a Church Ministries Coordinator for the mission her husband continues to serve in, Paula Rose Michelson asked God to gift her something unique to do. Little did she know that hearing David Hocking speak about Zion being both the land of Eretz Yisrael (Israel) and the Jewish people would lead her to research what befell the Spanish Jews (Sephardic) before, during and after the Inquisition. Beginning to write, word spread and some Sephardim contacted her to offer their stories. However, Naomi had already begun telling this dyslectic artist about her life, which is now a six volume romantic inspirational faith saga.

Other books - both fiction and nonfiction followed - but at her core, Paula's desire to faithfully depict Gods love, compassion, and forgiveness are the reason she continues to write. And having founded LAMB Ministries in 1988, Paula knows that the biblical tools God taught her, which she faithfully passes on to women suffering from trauma and abuse are needed by all, so she includes a few within the pages of each book.

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