Pub Date 01 Apr 2018
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Not Really A Princess is a redemption story dealing with grief, adoption, poverty, rejection and issues concerning widows. It begins in a small town in Washington where the author and her sister, Lisa were adopted at an early age. Through trying times they struggled both financially and emotionally. Their adoptive dad died when the author was 13 and they had no income. Moma sank into despair. Through this time Moma, Lisa and the author became believers in Christ as their Saviour. This gave them hope and an inner peace through years of being encouraged by others and studying God's Word. The final twenty-five years of Moma's life were her happiest times. She turned from bitterness created by adversity to a joyful life of praying for others. The author and her sister had their own changes and growth in their lives. She struggled with feelings of rejection, of truly believing others loved her and also accepting that her Moma was a truly renewed person. This story encompasses many genres and reaches out to those who need hope through difficult times. Hopefully it will be used as a tool by many to show others they can grow and change throughout their life.