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Xlibris, the self-publishing services supplier, announced today the unlock of Spirit in the Tears : The story of Jessica Martin. In this book, creator Reed Martin shares her daughter’s struggle to live, and his indestructible will to keep her alive. Spirit in the Tears is the distressing story of the author’s ten-year-old woman who is startlingly stricken with a dangerous sickness and plunges into a diabetic coma.
From Germany, she is flown to Fort Sam Houston, Texas, and admitted to the Brooks Military Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas, where her existence remains vital and chances of survival become extremely shallow as she is facing death each day for months. Her recovery is slow until she begins to show signs that there's still a life worth living. Somehow, a divine influence moved in the family’s life through prayer and religion.
. In Spirit in the Tears, readers will experience how her dad, who became a single parent, took charge of the problems they encountered from those that wished to take her away from him. Moreover, this ebook chronicles how God moved in the fight of an innocent young girl’s life against illness and human injustice. After highschool, he joined the US Armed forces and studied television engineering and satellite broadcasting. He got married at age twenty-one to a Korean lady he met on his first tour of Korea.
He's the daddy of three children ; 2 girls and a boy. After retiring from the Division in 1988, the writer went to Bible University and turned into a minister with the Church of Our Lord God and priest of 2 different churches in Southeast Texas. Martin is now employed as a civil servant with the US Army and a TV production engineer in San Antonio, Texas. Spirit in the Tears * by Reed Martin . The Story of Jessica Martin . Publication Date : March 16, 2011 . trade Paperback ; $19.99 ; 243 pages ; 978-1-4568-5946-6 . Trade Hardback ; $29.99 ; 243 pages ; 978-1-4568-5947-3 . Members of the media who'd like to review this book may request a complimentary paperback copy by making contact with the publisher at (888) 795-4274 x. 7879. To purchase copies of the book for resale, please fax Xlibris at (610) 915-0294 or name (888) 795-4274 x. 7879. For full information on self-publishing or promoting with Xlibris, visit pr newswire To receive a loose publishing guide, try calling (888) 795-4274.