Hollister author shares woman’s inspiring story in new Christian book
HOLLISTER, Calif. — This week marks the nationwide release of “Free at Last: The Struggle to be Good Enough,” an inspirational book by author I.M. Dauntless. Her new book’s hardback edition is set to be released on February next year.
In “Free at Last: The Struggle to be Good Enough,” author Dauntless narrates her encounter with a Christian woman named Emily who shares her story of faith. Emily struggles for many years with a strong feeling of failure — a sense of not being good enough. Not understanding that she was already made perfectly in God’s eyes, she drifts off and makes a few mistakes that take her on short and long journeys. Her story, although painful and did not make any sense at the time, is now an important part of her faith. She shares this faith openly with a clear message of how important forgiveness and prayer are for others.
“Free at Last: The Struggle to be Good Enough” is written to give hope and to encourage others with the understanding that each of our lives were created with a purpose. The author shows her readers a path that is already planned, which only God can encourage and lead us to fulfillment.
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.
Dauntless is from the Bay Area in Northern California. She has raised two beautiful daughters and has four grandchildren. She is humbled to have been able complete her college education while being a single mother. She has earned her master’s degree and Credential in Moderate to severe special education from the National University in San Jose, California Campus as well as a bachelor’s degree in addictions studies from Bethany College in Scotts Valley, California and an associate degree in paralegal studies through Phillips Junior College. She has been teaching for over 15 years. “Free at Last; The Struggle to be Good Enough.” is her first of many books to be written. Her main purpose in writing is to give readers hope and to share messages of encouragement.