"I wrote this book," stated Ms. Baker, "to bring hope to the hopeless, encouragement to the depressed, to tell people that Jesus is there for them, and to introduce the unsaved to Jesus Christ."
A portion of all book proceeds are donated to Angel Tree Prison Ministries. This organization offers services to some of the 1.7 million American children whose lives are affected by the abandonment, loneliness, and shame that comes from having a mom or dad in prison.
Proceeds from the book also help support Prison Fellowship Ministries, founded by Charles 'Chuck' Colson. Charles “Chuck” Colson was named as one of the Watergate Seven, and pleaded guilty to obstruction of justice for attempting to defame Pentagon Papers defendant Daniel Ellsberg. He converted to Christianity in 1973, and the following year served seven months of a one-to-three year sentence in the federal Maxwell Prison in Alabama as the first member of the Nixon administration to be incarcerated for Watergate-related charges.
After his release from prison, Colson founded Prison Fellowship. The ministry has promoted pen-pal relationships with inmates. Colson has worked to promote prisoner rehabilitation and reform of the prison system in the United States.
"Readers will benefit from reading this book," continued Ms. Baker, "because first, it is a good "read" and second, they will realize that no matter how difficult or impossible our circumtances are, we have a God who can deliver us from all of them."
Kay Baker is available for media interview and can be reached using the information below or by email at email@example.com. 'Sentenced To Life' is available from her website, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and from Tate Publishing. More information is available at her site.
Sentenced To Life
Author Kay Baker is originally from the Philippines. She currently resides in Rocklin, California and worships at Abundant Life Fellowship church located in Roseville. She was widowed in 1999 after 34 years of marriage. She started writing her book in early 2009 and finished the book in November 2009. She interviewed her subject, an ex-felon who was saved and surrendered her life to Jesus Christ while in prison. In her book she takes on the identity of her main character as she writes about real life experiences of ordinary people in order to be able to personally experience what they were going through and bring their stories to life. Although some of the scenarios of her book are fiction, the main story is based on facts.