Windermere author shares journey through premature delivery in Spanish edition of heartrending memoir

WINDERMERE, Fla. — This week marks the nationwide release of author Rosie Moore’s inspiring new memoir, “Una Historia de Fe’: Una Historia de Fe y Esperanza Capaz de Abrir Todas las Puertas,” which is the Spanish translation to her book, “A Story of Faith: A Story of Hope and Inspiration That Unlocks the Door.”

We all long to be loved unconditionally, and out of our own imperfect upbringing, we may determine to love our children and make up for anything we feel we missed in our own childhood. The life of a premature child starts in the safety of the womb but is interrupted through a premature, abrupt birth where the child is forced to come out of the safety of the womb and breathe the cold air of this world.

Parents quickly become aware of thier child’s need for comfort and love, but this love is initially limited by the medical devices used to sustain life. In “Una Historia de Fe’,” Moore was given the worst case scenario as she sat in a labor and delivery unit at a local hospital. This was where the miracles were revealed by the Master Planner in her life.

Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at, or by visiting or

Moore is a registered nurse who has worked for many years in healthcare and the legal field, where her compassion and love of people originated. Most recently, she founded the organization, The Gift of Life, to help provide financial and emotional resources to parents and families of premature babies. The author is a bilingual in Spanish, who holds a translator certificate through Berlitz.

Moore, who is a designated master bridal consultant and a certified travel agent, showcased her flair for planning weddings during her pitch-perfect wedding day, when she married her one true love, friend, confidant and business partner, Marcus. Moore gave birth to three children: Christopher, Kayla and Kaleb.

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