- Feb. 12, 2014 - CULVER CITY, Calif. --
Zoe, the girl who could fly and He’s just a breath away, a diary from abuse to unconditional love are two new books, written by Melody S. Stephens, which are sure to keep you on edge. Zoe, which is a fictional children’s book, begins with a child born with non-typical anatomy to Christian parents. Her parents opted out of surgery for their daughter. Instead, they allowed her to become her own person; a unique individual. Zoe identifies herself as a young lady and enjoys friends, family, and cheerleading. When she discovers her amazing God given talent, flying, she embarks on the adventure of a lifetime all while discovering her purpose.
He’s just a breath away, a diary from abuse to unconditional love, takes the reader on a journey from the author’s childhood and adult abuse to her real relationship with her Father God. This book has many emotional points, but powerful outcome is empowerment. Melody S. Stephens is unbreakable and He’s just a breath away presents many reasons why.