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Tuesday, June 26, 2012

World of Ink Book Tour Features Religious Memoir

Title: In All Things
Subtitle: Giving Thanks When Hope Seems Lost
By Laura Smith
Publisher: Halo Publishing, Int
Genre: Memoir/Inspirational/Religious
ISBN: 978-1612440408
Price: $12.99 print
$4.99 eBook
Signed copy available at Halo Publishing
Also available on Amazon

Reviewed by World of Ink Network (VS Grenier)

About the Book: In All Thing: Giving Thanks When Hope Seems Lost is Smith’s spiritual journey through, divorce, single parenting, raising a bipolar child, desiring a baby so desperately and then after being told it wasn’t possible, becoming pregnant and then losing her miracle through miscarriage. Smith shares the most intimate and painful moments through those experiences and the amazing vision the Lord gave her when she was at the deepest part of despair, which she says instantly healed her broken heart and gave Smith hope and a purpose to live again. It’s about a faith so strong it caused instant healing and allowed Smith to be hopeful in all things life throws at her.

Experience an incredible journey that will make you laugh out loud and cry tears of joy and sorrow. Learn how one miraculous encounter with God created an unshakeable faith that would later give Laura Smith the strength to face the near death of her oldest daughter. Her book is touching and Smith opening shares about a faith so strong it caused instant healing and allowed her to be hopeful in all things life throws at her.
Get a YouTube sneak peek of the book. 

One moment in HEAVEN
A life time of THANKSGIVING
An encounter for HEALING
About the Author:
Laura Smith works as a medical coding and reimbursement specialist in Northern Minnesota. She spent her youth on a small dairy farm in Northeast Minnesota. She was married two weeks after her high school graduation. Three years and two children later, she was facing divorce and single parenthood. She moved to a college town in north central MN where she hoped to earn a degree and make a life for her and her two young daughters. There she met and married the love of her life. Together they embarked on a life together as a ready-made family facing all the challenges that comes with it. They had no idea that the life experiences they walked through early on and one life altering event would prepare them for the ultimate challenge, the possible death of their daughter.

Halo Publishing and the World of Ink Network will be touring author Laura Smith’s, In All Things: Giving Thanks When Hope Seems Lost published by Halo Publishing Int. throughout the month of June. You can find out more about Laura Smiths’s World of Ink Author/Book Tour at

You can also follow any other events and upcoming books on Laura Smith’s Facebook and Twitter pages.

~Submitted by VS Grenier - Founder, Stories for Children Publishing, LLC
. She is an award-winning author and editor ( and owns  World of Ink Author/Book Tours( She also edits SFC Newsletter for Writers, named a 101 Best Websites for Writers by Writer's Digest.
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Virginia S Grenier said...

Thank you for sharing my review with your followers. This was an amazing book to read and one you need tissue at hand.

Laura Smith said...

Yes Carolyn, thank you so much for sharing Virginia's review of my book. I am most appreciative and look forward to many more of your reviews since learning of your blog!