Martha T. F. Collins announces publication of ‘The Storm’
LAWTON, Okla. – In Martha T. F. Collins’ new novel, “The Storm” (published by WestBow Press), there is nothing that happens in the physical realm without it first happening in the spiritual one.
“‘The Storm’ is a fictional depiction of a real-life problem experienced by many in the body of Christ and all without,” Collins says.
The novel focuses on Evelyn, Jason and Ruben, who all live in the fictional town of Brightsville. Evelyn carries a generational curse and she is the one who must break it so it no longer affects her life or the lives of her children. Jason depicts the “ussies” surrounding youth and Ruben shows the impact of the manifestation of demonic influence.
“I want readers to consider the spiritual influences in their lives,” Collins says. “I also want readers to consider issues that are in their families. I want to book to start a conversation and the issues depicted.”
By Martha T. F. Collins
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 128 pages | ISBN 9781512795806
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 128 pages | ISBN 9781512795790
E-Book | 128 pages | ISBN 9781512795783
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Martha T. F. Collins is a native of Kentucky and now lives in Lawton, Oklahoma. After experiencing the impact of the spiritual realm, “The Storm” was created. She holds an associate’s in general studies from the Pikes Peak Community College, Colorado Springs, Colorado; a Bachelor of Science in business administration from Cameron University, Lawton, Oklahoma; and a master’s in public safety emergency management with Capella University. She is currently pursuing her doctorate in public service leadership at Capella University. Collins married her husband, Bishop Michael L. Collins, in 1993. Since uniting in marriage with Michael, they have served in ministry together in various locations and many capacities.
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