Author Spotlight: God Has Spoken by Theresa A. Campbell

Hi there!

Haven’t done one of these in a while but when I saw the title of this book, I had to invite Theresa over. The title God Has Spoke seems personal for me because for so many things that have happened in my life, I know that God had to have had the final say to make it happen for good. Anyways, let me not hog the spotlight. The novel releases Nov. 25 please pre order now. You won’t be sorry! Have a great week a head.

Synopsis: 

GOD-HAS-SPOKEN

HOW HARD IS IT TO FORGIVE?

After finding the biological mother who abandoned her as a baby, learning the identity of her birth father and her biological brother, Dupree is left distraught and betrayed. Like a volcano about to erupt, she vows to have nothing to do with her newly discovered family–so help her God! However, if Dupree’s mother, Tiny, has anything to say about it, Dupree won’t be able to keep that vow.

How does a former teenaged runaway become a wealthy, sophisticated business executive? Tiny’s quest for happiness and independence in Kingston, Jamaica, has taken her on a life-altering journey through hell. After a vicious attack and a serious sickness that leaves her fighting for her life in the hospital, Tiny prays for death . . . but then God speaks. Will she listen to His voice? What exactly is He saying?

Read An Excerpt:

Moments later, her eyes popped opened and widened in terror at the faces looming above her. A scream started in her throat but was muffled by the huge hand covering her mouth. She tried to move her arms, but they were pinned to her side. Desperately, she tried to kick her legs, but they wouldn’t move. She attempted to twist her body but could barely move. Tiny was pinned down to the ground.

Helpless, the tears leaked down the side of her eyes, wetting her neck before disappearing in the grass behind her body.

“Well, well, well. What do we have here?” the menacing voice boomed in Tiny’s ear. “I think Santa is a little early this year.” A chorus of harsh laughter rang out into the night. A cold chill ran down Tiny’s spine.

Visibly shuddering, her panic intensified, again, Tiny tried to move her body, but to no avail.

“Relax!” the command echoed in her ear. “You give us a hard time, and I’ll put a bullet in your skull. Understand?”

But Tiny writhed even more. Twisting this way, turning that way, she felt her body loosen a little against the human restraints. A burst of energy washed over her, and she kicked out her right leg, making contact with something soft. Angry expletives reverberated in the air.

Baff! A hard fist connected with Tiny’s left eye, snapping her head further back into the grass. Pain exploded in her head as she thrashed wildly in the grass. Arms frantically tried to hold her. But she bit into the hand over her mouth and screamed in terror.

Tiny was slapped repeatedly. Her face was on fire. Undeterred, like a wildcat, she clawed and yelled. “Help! Help! Somebody, help me!”

Author Bio:

Theresa A. Campbell

Theresa A. Campbell is the author of the captivating novels, “Are You There, God?” and “God Has Spoken.” She was born and raised in Jamaica West Indies. She received her associate’s degree in business administration from Bronx Community College, a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Baruch College, and a master’s degree in business administration from Fairleigh Dickinson University.

Theresa has had a deep passion for reading since she was a child. It is her desire to inspire readers by writing stories from the heart to uplift their faith in God.

Theresa would love to hear from her readers. You may contact her at:
http://www.theresaacampbell.com
https://www.facebook.com/theresaacampbell

http://theresaacampbell.blogspot.com
http://www.linkedin.com/in/theresaacampbell

Buy Links:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1601626819/

http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/god-has-spoken-theresa-a-campbell/1118871386

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