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"The Mary Experiment" Book Launch and Signing
If so, then the book "The Mary Experiment: When DOING and BEING Collide" might be up your alley. Written by local author Dianne Deaton Vielhuber, this non-fiction book encourages readers to transition from over-extended busyness to finding ways to find more joy, contentment and peace in their lives.
"I draw upon my personal experiences of constantly being busy," says Vielhuber. "I now call myself a recovering Martha. Now, I intentionally find ways in which I am not always focused on doing but can simply enjoy life more."
For five years, Vielhuber was the pastor of the Poynette Inch United Methodist Church. She stepped away from pastoral ministry to pursue writing this book. Drawing upon the biblical story of two sisters named Martha and Mary, Vielhuber takes the story and reframes it into modern cultural context. Readers who purchase the book can also download a free Journal & Reflection Question Guide to assist in developing their own Mary Experiment.
While the book will be available on Amazon starting Nov. 17th in both Kindle and paperback forms, Vielhuber would love to personally sign books for people. She is hosting a book launch and signing event at her house, 424 N. Franklin St., Poynette, on Sat., Nov. 30 from 1:30 – 3:30 PM. Everyone is invited. There will be copies of the book available at the event.
For more information about "The Mary Experiment,"
Dianne Deaton Vielhuber