To be honest, my audience probably hasn’t pondered that

A helpful reader writes: “I work for a peer-reviewed monthly medical specialty magazine. …your guess is as good as mine.”

Dear [redacted]:

Don’t we all know somebody who is a good and faithful Christian, but whose life is a disaster? Why does this happen to some people and not others? Your audience has probably spent more than a little time pondering this question ― now you can give them some answers. Author Virginia Hull Welch offers practical suggestions for people of faith, and will charm your audience while she’s at it.

Please read the press release below and let me know if I may schedule an interview with Virginia Hull Welch, or send a copy of What to Do When the Blessings Stop ‒ When God Sends Famine, for consideration of a review. Thank you!

The release helpfully informs us that Ms. Welch’s next book, The Hiss from Hell Only Women Hear, will be coming out soon, too. It also offers a “tip sheet” that consists of excerpts from Amazon reviews.

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