How did you decide on the title?

As I faced my mortality I cried out to God and experienced one miracle after another. I wasn’t fully healed yet miracles arose. Throughout my life, there were always miracles in the middle of situations and circumstances I did not want.


What was the inspiration behind your book?

2020 I was dying from 4 life-threatening infections including Covid. I had so many miraculous stories that I had not shared yet and I wanted people to know how good and present God is in the middle of our struggles.


How long did it take you to write your book?

I voice recorded everything because I was unable to type it took about two months to put the stories together, editing took about six months and the book was out in the world in eight months

What was the most difficult part of writing of your book?

Waiting for my editor to finish. It was a lesson and patience. Every other part of the book the flowed so exquisitely and I was surrounded by so much support from a team of creatives to help bring the books to life


What was one of the most surprising lessons you learned in creating your book?

I did not have to be strong enough physically. As I said before I was dying yet creativity abounded. Before I would wait to do projects because I did not feel well enough. I got to see that if God wanted me to do something, I would have the strength.


What is your work schedule like when you're writing?

Each morning I sit in God’s presence in prayer pouring out my heart onto the page and being filled with God’s wisdom. These morning pages often become chapters of my books.


When you are writing, what type of music do you listen to?

Classical and peaceful instrumental worship.



How do you communicate with your fans?

Facebook and email


When did you first realize you wanted to be an author?

At age 5. Although I was dyslexic creativity brought me so much joy. I always loved to write But ended up going to school to become an occupational therapist


What do you like to do when you're not writing?

I love to spend time with my grandchildren, family, worship, and travel.


Do you have any suggestions to help up-and-coming writers? If so, what are they?

Keep writing daily even when you don’t want to; each of you has a unique story to tell that the world needs to hear. You’re gonna have doubts, and you don’t have to believe the thoughts in your head. Ask God to help you. He’s always there, and he will.