The proof is in results. Below are published books edited by Proofreiding, Inc.
Alcohol and drug abuse can be detrimental to the overall well-being of anyone who gets caught in the throes of addiction. In “Finally, Free,” Edith Butler shares her family’s addictions and how becoming their caregiver impacted her life. She described the challenges she faced while taking care of each one. Through it all, she learned to love them through their addictions. If you and/or someone you love are addicted to drugs or alcohol, seek the help you need. There are resources and organizations available to help you.
Abuse in its various forms (drugs, alcohol, domestic violence, etc.) can wreak havoc on the lives of those who get caught in its web. “How Dare You” depicts how drug abuse, alcoholism and domestic abuse dismantled a family. In this book, Danae Raschard-McCain opened up and shared her personal pain of domestic abuse at the hands of the men who claimed they loved her. A survivor of domestic violence, she lived to tell her story. As a strong proponent against domestic violence, she advocates for women who fall prey to abuse inflicted by the men they love. Danae Raschard-McCain. Survivor. Encourager. Advocate. Let her story inspire you to freedom!
Life abruptly changed for first-time author, Zelda Marshall, when she had to care for several family members simultaneously. Life as she knew it ceased. Her willingness to help the ones she loved, caused her to go into a downward spiral. Depression and compulsive gambling seeped in. By the grace of God, family, and friends, she was able to conquer these demons and complete the assignment that was placed on her life of being a caregiver to her family. In the end, she realized not only is she her brother’s keeper, she is her brother. Even as we navigate through systemic racism and a global pandemic, we must always demonstrate love for one another — for we are our brothers’ keepers; we are one.
GOD BLESS OUR DIVIDED AMERICA Unity, Politics and History from a Biblical Perspective by David Marshall, addresses the injustices of America from previous times to present day from a Biblical standpoint. It delves into America’s history of systemic racism and demonstrates how history continues to repeat itself today (in 2020). If this country was truly based on christian beliefs, racism and other injustices would not prevail today. This is an informative read on the topic of social injustice.
How many times have we started something but failed to finish it? Why is this the case? Is it due to distractions? A lose of interest? SEE YOU AT THE FINISH LINE: CULTIVATING THE MINDSET OF A FINISHER by Pam Love, PH.D., MBA offers tips and words of encouragement to anyone who has difficulty finishing a task or project.
He is in the Midst is a quick read of short stories detailing how God is ever present in our daily lives. The stories contained in this book are relatable; causing anyone who reads them to quickly identify instances where God was definitely in the midst of the author’s situations. This book is definitely an enlightening and encouraging resource that will impact the life of anyone who reads it.
Get your copy today of Life Happens…But You Can Finish. This is an amazing book. Twelve phenomenal women, from various backgrounds, become vulnerable; exposing their pains, adversities and setbacks and still manage to become victorious in achieving their goals.
Peak into the life of a daughter who yearned for her mother’s love; craving her mother’s attention and affection but never receiving these desires in the manner in which she thought she should have. This book speaks to hurt, pain, forgiveness and reconciliation. For anyone who has ever yearned for the love of a parent, this is a good short story that demonstrates how to cope with the hurt and healing process. This is a must-have in your collection of great reads.
First time author, Valerie Mims, demonstrates the various ways in which God speaks. She cites personal experiences of God speaking to her and giving instructions on how to address different situations in her life. This is a POWERFUL book. If you did not believe God existed before, this book shows how very real HE is.
Having over thirty years of industry knowledge as a career banker, JaNean Stubbs-Taylor was inspired to educate children on the importance of money management. This is a very informative read on financial management. Every parent should own a copy of this book, not just for their children but also for themselves. Everyone can learn from this book!
This book breaks down the different levels of faith. It demonstrates the importance of having ordinary faith that can ultimately become extraordinary, if we learn the essential elements to increasing our faith. First time author, Thressa Dorsey, shares her own personal experience where she had to rely on her faith to get her through one of the most difficult times of her life.
“The only way to get a thing done is to start to do it, then keep on doing it, and finally you’ll finish it.”