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Kindle eBook: 2011 Release—Non-Fiction: "Fairy Godmother" to Empower Christians?
Canadian Writer Natalie Fuhr-Salvatore's new book, "Fairy Godmother: Embracing God's Plan for Your Life" will empower Christians and change seekers' lives.
By: Sirius Press, Inc.
Natalie Fuhr-Salvatore, founder of Elation Press and Christian quarterly, Cast Magazine based in Victoria, British Columbia (http://www.elation-
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Unlike other Christian non-fiction books on the market, Fairy Godmother: Embracing God's Plan for Your Life is not written from a pastor's perspective or someone in formal ministry, but rather by a first-time mother seeking her spiritual path. Ms. Fuhr-Salvatore realizes that her journey as a Christian—as is every single person’s—is a powerful testimony to the glory of the ‘divine’. The book has a refreshing conversational tone and actively engages the reader. It takes the reader on a verbal road trip, detailing what he or she will need while on their walk with God.
"Natalie Fuhr-Salvatore is a visionary. This book will inspire and change hearts in a positive way," says Jenna Innes, Librarian at Concordia University College in Edmonton, Alberta.
Fairy Godmother: Embracing God's Plan for Your Life will be available for Kindle on Amazon.com in 2011.
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About The Author
Natalie Fuhr-Salvatore holds a Master of Arts degree in English Literature and Creative Writing from the University of Alberta. She has been published in several magazines and newspapers; she is currently the publisher of Elation Press (http://elation-
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Kindle: Release in 2011
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