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New Book Review: Miracle in my living room By Evelyn Mann

I love this picture so sweet the love between a mother and her son, look how cute his little hand is. New Book Review: Miracle in my living room By Evelyn Mann The book is called Miracle in my Living Room  I like this book Evelyn inspired me by her faith in God when her son Samuel was born with Thanatophoric Dwarfism. Thanatophoric Dwarfism is something I never knew of before  I read this book. Samuel Has overcome so many obstacles in his life.  I am glad I got to learn about Samuel and his Thanatophoric Dwarfism Now that I know what it is called I would like to learn more about it so I will be doing some research on it, Samuel is now a thriving 14-year-old, and he is just a little miracle He is happy and blessed to have wonderful friends and family who love him and learned a lot from him. I think it is cool how samiel’s parents spoke up for him before he was even born. They also spoke and trusted God when he was in the hospital they were his voice.

Interviewing Author Samantha Morgan

Interviewing Author Samantha Morgan Q1. Tell us about yourself. What are your favorite books to read? A.  Howdy, I'm Samantha, infertility survivor, two-time adoptive mom, and self-proclaimed sprinkler of hope! I founded Rush to Hope Ministries in 2017 with the purpose of helping and connecting others who are struggling with family building. I write about infertility and adoption on my blog, but I also give others a platform to share their personal stories.    I must admit I love a good chick-lit novel or anything from Karen Kingsbury. Right now I am reading Captivate: The Science of Succeeding With People by Vanessa Van Edwards. A great read if you are interested in how people tick!  Q2. Where did the inspiration to write come from?  A. After our first adoption, I knew I would write a book one day. So many people say "I could write a book after all I've been through". Well, that's me, but I didn't want to just say it I wanted to m