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Seminary author releases stories about love nationwide

This is a news release from Ramona Bridges

SEMINARY, Miss. — Author Ramona Bridges announces the nationwide release of, "Sweet By and By (second edition)," a novel made to strengthen hope and love even in life's saddening situations.

In her debut novel, Bridges weaves an unforgettable story about unfailing love, deceit, and forgiveness set against a background of strife and hardship in late-1800's Mississippi.  When the revealing of a horrible secret and the arrival of a dangerous criminal threatens to once again disrupt Addie's life and destroy her chance at true love, she draws ever closer to her Savior, surrendering her all and fully trusting Him to see her safely through. With a cast of characters that will capture the reader's imagination and heart, "Sweet By and By" celebrates God's promise of faith and hope amidst life's inevitable disappointments.   

Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.

Bridges is a born-again Christian and a native of Mississippi, where she resides with her husband. The recipient of the 2012 MLA Award for Fiction, "Sweet By and By" is Book I in her "story about love" trilogy.

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