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Living life the way it was meant to be. There has to be more to life than this! What am I here for? What is my purpose? Who am I really? I have to find myself! Am I good enough? Who am I? Is life meant to be like this? Questions everyone asks at some point in their life but seldom find the answers to. "Free" explores all these nagging questions.

Book available at: Amazon.com | Amazon.co.uk | Kindle
Free audio here:  Part 1, Part 2, Part 3

Contents:
Introduction
Free from Masks
Free from the Past
Free from Shame
Free from Fear
Free to Forgive
Free to Say No
Free to Be Me
Free to Live
Free to Be Weak
Free to Love
Free to Laugh
Free to Give
Free to Lead
Free Gifts
Freely He Gave

18 comments:

  1. Really enjoyed this book, helps to search deep within ourselves to find out what our purpose is in life, who we really are and how to find ways of freeing ourselves from those things that hold us back from claiming all the great things that God has planned for us. 'Free' explores all these things. Angela has generously shared her personal experiences by sharing her journey of how she, with God's help and patient guidance, freed herself of the things that weighed her down and took her down the wrong path in life - and how God gently steered her back onto the path He had laid out for her. Highly recommended touching read - for yourself or as a lovely gift for a friend or loved one. Great book Angela, it will bless so many precious people xx

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  2. "The world is crying out for men and women to fulfil their destiny". A powerful statement that got my attention right from the very start of this book. It even motivated me to plan the route of my life taking into consideration the destination. Sometimes we know where we want to go but not how to get there. Free will help you plan your route.

    This is a very practical book in finding freedom in many areas of life. Angela's honest approach to difficult subjects is refreshing and inspiring. In this book you will find very practical keys to be free from things such as shame, fear, unforgiveness as well as keys to live a life to be free to give, love, lead, laugh and much more.

    Free is a very insightful book drawn from Angela's own struggles and experiences. Although this book is pitched to women every single key is still relevant to men.

    A must read if you truly want to unleash your potential and be free.

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  3. Aren't we women all wondering why we are here, what our purpose is, who we are? From the time we are young girls to old women the questions are the same - until we can finally learn to be Free. Free from Masks, our Past, Shame, Fear - to Forgive, Say No, Be Me, Live, Be Weak, Love, Laugh, Give, Lead. These are the chapter headings and the areas of our lives that hold us hostage.
    The author discusses all of these and gives us personal accounts and testimonies to show us ways to overcome these chains that keep us from being the woman God created us to be.
    I found myself in every chapter, during one phase of my life or another. The book encouraged me to face my fears and failures, misconceptions and hurt feelings and to listen to God when He tells me He loves me, that I am special, that He will stand beside me always. My soul was touched, my heart could feel the beginnings of joy, and my eyes were opened to things so hidden I forgot they existed.
    I rate this a 4/5 for covering such a complicated and challenging topic an a caring and thoughful manner. I would recommeng this to every woman, young or old, perhaps especially the young - to use it as a roadmap to finding out who we really are.

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    1. It's wonderful to hear from you Grace, thank you for your kind words.
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  4. Common questions for common lives. These abject questions brought me into the book, as my personal beliefs are quite a bit different i like the angle you took it in. Odd, but strong read.

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  5. Angela, I'm only a couple of chapters in, but so far I like your book and your easy, flowing presentation of the concepts you want to share. I think its always an advantage when we can draw on our own life experiences in our writing, and I don't know about you, but I find it strengthens one's own spirit to reflect in our writing how the Lord has worked in our lives. Especially in 20-20 retrospect.

    I was drawn to your book by the questions you ask in your "pitch" which align quite nicely with those I address in my book, "Something To Believe In" which takes a somewhat irreverent but effective approach in dealing with the larger questions of life.

    I wish you success. God Bless,

    Steve.

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  6. Hiya again Angela.
    Good beginning, sounds like me at the moment.
    Love the sentence
    'Very few things are close to my heart and so writing this book is like copying and pasting me onto the paper.’
    Written like an author.
    Great introduction, leaving the reader with an interesting question to reason upon.
    I too wanted to be Zena the warrior princess, so with you there.
    Try reader the first few chapters of ‘Cider with Rosie’ Laurie Lee, you have his eye for description.
    Like how your writing changes from the innocence of childhood, to the demons of the world around you.
    Your writing flows and are excellent with your use of the written word.
    Throughout there is an innocence and the waiting for something. This book is your search and you share it with your reader.
    I was drawn in and had instant empathy for you.
    You use the bible and speech of God and your believes and how you found them, but you are not preachy. This makes your book good as you are letting the readers explore for themselves.
    This book is on my wish list and I have rated it high.
    Well done, a joy to read.

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  7. I read through the first three chapters and I think you have a great book here. The way you use your life experiences lends a personal feeling that pulls the reader in. You are conveying a great message and I applauded you for it. As for your writing style it is spot on as well. You have great rythm and a smooth delivery which make this an easy read. Thanks for sharing.

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  8. Nice to see such a touching book. Really loved it. I hope you publish this one day. God Bless.

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  9. Hi Angela,

    I learned so much from your book, Free. Your honest stories and vulnerability allows your readers to unmask themselves and be free to glory in God’s grace and become the person he has purposed them to be.

    I loved your illustrations of how you connect your relationship with your daughter to God’s relationship with his children. It helped me better understand the full measure of God’s grace. As a parent I could really relate to the love and grace and I dole out to my kids.

    Taking the M (me) off of mask to get ask, was a fresh new reminder to turn our insecurities and selfishness over to the one who can take them all away.

    You write with a very authentic voice as one who thinks they have been the worst of the worst but has received the very best of God’s grace. This book is a must read for everyone who feels they’ll never measure up to God’s perfect standard. Highly starred.

    Dianna Lanser
    Nothing But The Blood

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