August 14, 2022

And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to His purpose. (Romans 8:28 KJV)


IT IS WELLS

EMBRACING THE MOMENT — Tracy Wells, Ed.D. is one of eight co-authors who have joined forces to collectively assemble And Then She Bounced Back…Again And Again, the highly-anticipated anthology that is spearheaded by Washington, D. C. Visionary Author Maya Tyler.

Tracy Wells, Ed.D. felt inspired recently to start her own personal countdown, of sorts.

“This is IT! Only 30 Days Left until my anthology project book “And Then She Bounced Back – Again and Again” is released on paperback!! I can’t wait to start mailing these out for all my REAL ONES who have already pre-ordered!! YOU guys are the real MVPs!!!” Wells wrote in a July 18 Facebook post.

In actuality, Wells could be appropriately deemed the real MVP, in large part because she has been blessed to express her truths in a book that figures to impact generations for years to come.

Wells is one of eight co-authors who have joined forces to collectively assemble And Then She Bounced Back…Again And Again, the highly-anticipated anthology that is spearheaded by Washington, D. C. Visionary Author Maya Tyler.


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DIVINE CONNECTION — Wells said she is especially grateful to Tyler, whose collaborative written work has aided her mightily in terms of helping her cope with the loss of her husband and her children’s father.

An intriguing and life-altering book that is comprised of 80 pages in length, Tyler’s And Then She Bounced Back…Again And Again has already attracted a rash of rave reviews — a remarkably brilliant trend for an anthology that is only in the preorder phase.

“We’ve all heard the ‘tragedy to triumph’ stories of people from all walks of life, how they suffered unimaginable pain and setbacks; only to magically rise up and change their lives for the better.


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“In widowhood, we see the same stories. People who turned their pain into purpose and bounced back, moving forward with new joys, new loves, and a renewed outlook on their next chapters of life,” said an Amazon spokesperson for And Then She Bounced Back…Again And Again. “What we don’t hear about is the truth about bouncing back…and for so many widows who struggle with feeling stuck somewhere in the limbo of their own ‘tragedy to triumph’ stories — after the pain, but before the purpose, the truth about this is what they need to hear.

“In this real and raw collection, eight Christian women from different backgrounds, ages, and stages of widowhood reveal their journeys of self-discovery and uncover the very unexpected truth about bouncing back.”


CREATING A LEGACY 

PUTTING IT IN PERSPECTIVE — “(Tyler) believed I could shed light on a different grief within grief with children who are foster children,” Wells said. “Their loss is different. Not only did my children lose connection with their biological families, but they lost the man they call, ‘daddy.’”

Having graced the pages that are comprised of Chapter 7 in And Then She Bounced Back…Again And Again, Wells wrote from the awe-inspiring subject entitled, “There’s Gotta Be Light At The End Of This Tunnel.”

“I wrote a dissertation called, ‘The Interrelationship Between Middle Child Syndrome and Middle School Students,’” Well, during an interview this week with Making Headline News, said, recalling the memorable developments surrounding her joining Tyler’s anthology. “I finished publishing my late husband manuscript on “…and They Turned the World Upside Down,” which is dealing with the history of Pentecostal movement in the USA.


“With this chapter of the book, I want people to understand that grief is loss, and any loss can affect the normal process of life for anyone. The released date of this book is August 18, and I cannot wait for the feedback that we all will receive from the book itself.”


Wells said she is especially grateful to Tyler, whose collaborative written work has aided her mightily in terms of helping her cope with the loss of her husband and her children’s father.

“(Tyler) believed I could shed light on a different grief within grief with children who are foster children,” Wells explained. “Their loss is different. Not only did my children lose connection with their biological families, but they lost the man they call, ‘daddy.’”


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Interestingly enough, Wells senses that grief has what she describes as “its own ministry.”

“And your perspective will change according to your experience to be an aid to others after you walked through your valley of uncertainties,” Wells said. “I have been asked to assemble and write a book and, with the Lord’s help, it will be done in Jesus Name.”

The countdown continues.


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THE REAL MVP — In actuality, Wells could be appropriately deemed the real MVP, in large part because she has been blessed to express her truths in a book that figures to impact generations for years to come.

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For more information on Author Tracy Wells, Ed.D., to inquire about her book, or to schedule her for a public appearance, a book signing, or speaking engagement, connect with her via social media at: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100071775432989 or https://www.facebook.com/WidowhoodWeFreshments. Also, send email to: wellsplus2@gmail.com.


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