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About Deborah Bronson
Deborah Bronson, (1964-)
Not long ago, Deborah was a successful leadership coach, professional speaker, and an accomplished business writer. Illusions of control dissipated quickly when chronic illness took hold, the time came for her beloved chickadees to leave the nest, a purposeful, invigorating 25-year career died, and a marriage meant to last forever became ash, all within the space of a few years.
Having endured and grown through some of life’s tough challenges, Deborah was able to joyfully embrace her new profession of writing stories intended to engage, connect, and inspire readers to hear their souls speak. She delights in creating resilient characters who overcome adversity and their own reticence by becoming more of who they truly are meant to be and less of who they are not. In this book, she explores how to live a heroic if imperfect life and how to draw nearer to God.
Deborah Bronson is an award-winning author, was a once-weekly columnist for The Los Angeles Times, OC Edition, and has published several articles in various trade journals and written over 60 leadership, sales, and service courses.
Following after God for forty-seven years has been the ultimate source of fulfillment, hope, and purpose in her imperfect life. Being a mother has been her highest calling and greatest joy; her treasures are her children. She resides in Southeastern Michigan.
Find out more at: www.DeborahBronson.com or her blog: www.DeborahBronson.com/blog
Immerse yourself in a richly-hued world where a future king's bedrock faith was forged before he could sport a beard. Encounter David as he grows-up among the sun-drenched, lonely hills of Bethlehem dotted with sheep and lush vineyards of Dabouki grapes.
Visit the bustling markets of Carmel where commerce flourished and a noble merchant-family honors God in the everyday work of their hands. Observe the beautiful, spirited, young Abigailas she begins to learn how to manage order and productivity within a large complex household.
Watch a kingdom slip through the grasping fingers of an aging king. Saul's bloated ego demands commemorative statues lifted in his name while further provoking God's prophet,Samuel and God Himself to make changes that will forever impact the twelve tribes of Israel.
Meet Jesse ben Obed, the handsome father of David, a good man of great faith, yet a devastatingly remote husband and father to his ten children. Meet Alisa, a young orphan who first became David's nursemaid. When life leads her elsewhere, and she kisses her "little prince" goodbye; no one could have guessed that when they next met, Alisa would embrace David as his mother-in-law.
David and Abigail's legacies unfold like intricate tapestries woven with authentic faith, shaded by heartbreak and gilded gorgeously with triumphant love.
"Gather Rosebuds (while you may)" is the first book in the "Souls of Roses" series.