Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Knoxville Author Hosts Virtual Book Signing to Benefit Charity

A local author has found a unique way to help victims of sexual assault and domestic violence this holiday season.

A virtual book signing is now in progress. Author Gayle Crabtree is making signed copies of her books, Does God Still Love Me and Secondhand Hope available this holiday season. She is donating the profits to Hope for Healing.Org to help survivors of sexual and domestic violence.

Looking for the perfect gift this Christmas? Does God Still Love Me was written by Gayle Crabtree. Taken from the questions most often asked by survivors of sexual and domestic violence, Does God Still Love Me is chock full of information that survivors need to regain spiritual footing.

Secondhand Hope was taken from the lives of the clients served by Hope for Healing.Org when the ministry center was operational. Economics force the closure of the ministry center in the fall of 2009. It is hoped that the book proceeds will allow Hope for Healing.Org to once again offer local services.

A limited number of autographed copies are available for the holidays for $12.00 each (plus $3.00 for standard shipping). Of that amount $4 per book will go to benefit the general fund of Hope for Healing.Org.

Does God Still Love Me and Secondhand Hope make perfect gifts this holiday season. Order by Dec. 15 to ensure Christmas delivery. When ordering please specify which book title you wish to purchase. Email for more information. 

More information about the books can be found on this link. Order by December 15, 2009 to ensure Christmas delivery.

Does God Still Love Me or Secondhand Hope


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