“Mend My Heart” By Shaudae Smith

New spiritual growth book offers a 12-day devotional

Shaudae Smith announces publication of ‘Mend My Heart’

CHESAPEAKE, Va. – With an overall theme of fixing brokenness in one’s life, “Mend My Heart” (published by WestBow Press) by Shaudae Smith offers a 12-day devotional to help readers achieve healing.

“I want readers to know that hardship is only for a season, and that there is always room for hope,” Smith says.

The 12-day devotional attempts to uplift, inspire and transform. The book helps encourage people to believe that there is still room for hope in their future. In addition, the devotional aims to show readers that they too can be restored as she was, and their perspective can be transformed into positive thinking.

“I think this book will appeal to readers because we all understand the feeling of pain, and fighting to overcome the many obstacles that arise in our life,” says Smith. “This devotional pinpoints different areas in our lives that must be tended to in order to start your healing process, and transform your thinking. It is a great aide, and start to a positive and hopeful future.”

“Mend My Heart”

By Shaudae Smith

Softcover | 5 x 8 in | 58 pages | ISBN 9781512767933

E-Book | 58 pages | ISBN 9781512767940

Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author

Shaudae Smith received a Bachelor of Arts in communications from The University of North Carolina at Charlotte. After facing a series of hardships, spiritual brokenness, questioning God’s love and overcoming past hurt, she was led to write “Mend My Heart.”

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