Winner of 12 Book Awards ....Does your life feel that it’s too long, too hard, and not fair? Have you experienced hurt, betrayal, fear, failure, critical illness, tragedy, or loss of a loved one? Have you asked or thought: “Why?” or lamented, “If only …” or “Why did this happen to me … to us?” If yes, When God Says NO is written for you.
Broke and broken when two of her children died, Judith Briles had to start over … one step, one breath, one heartbeat at a time as she wove through her a life path littered with NO. Within her inspirational memoir, she reminds YOU that you are not alone when bad times surface.
Resilience became part of her DNA.
Get ready to embrace the joy of living, even when tragedy is in your midst. When God Says NO will change how you think; how you act; and your life.
DR JUDITH BRILES is a book publishing and book marketing expert. She is THE BOOK SHEPHERD. Her 42 books have been translated to 17 languages; sold a combined 1,000,000 in copies and generated in excess of $5,000,000 in revenues from combined book sales and speaking fees. Judith knows publishing inside and out from both the traditional and independent sides. Attend her 2-day Unplugged events-Speaking, Book Publishing & Book Marketing. As an advocate for authors within her blogs, podcasts and speaking engagements--she's the author advocate you want.
More times than not ... a "start over" is exactly what one needs to do. Too often, we hang on to the familiar, the safe, the non challenging ... when what is needed is a clean slated. Yup, it's uncomfortable. It's challenging. It can leave you wondering. But in the end, it's just what is needed.
When GOD Says No
The campaign was on. It didn’t take long … I knew I wanted out. I felt like I was suffocating in sunny California. It was getting impossible to be creative. I felt like I was tied up and blocked in a maze of roads that led to nowhere. If I moved, would I miss my friends? Sure. But, as a frequent flyer, my phone friendships with my cronies would be expanded and strengthened. Many of my friends were on the road as much as I was. It became a minor issue.