Fort Myers author shares absorbing, faith-inspiring story of soldier’s death in new book
FORT MYERS, Fla. — Author Melissa Davidson announces the nationwide release of her new book, “Messages From Archangel Paul.” This book’s hardback edition will be released on October.
In “Messages From Archangel Paul,” Specialist Paul Vincent Davidson was in the army when he tragically died at the age of 20. He was one of four out of 4,500 soldiers that qualified for a special sniper school after completing a mission. Only a few select expert marksmen qualified, and he was among the elite in his scout platoon. Davidson was awarded this most prestigious position when jealousy took his life. His mother, a person of faith, was given a gift from God to learn the truth of her son’s death. God showed her the way to help others to believe in his spirit, and that no matter the circumstance, God is in his people’s hearts. And he does exist; God shows his miracles every day. However, some people can’t see them yet. It takes unseen faith.
Davidson’s second book of her three-part series will capture hearts even stronger as her faith in God’s Word grows.
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.
Davidson, who is a creative writer, specializes in spirituality and self-help writing. Her works include poems, short stories and children’s stories. She’s also the author of “Messages From My Hero in Heaven,” which is the first book of this three-part series of “Messages.” The author attended Edison College in Fort Myers, Florida, where she currently resides with her son, Matt.