Wilmington author’s new memoir encourages readers to make better life choices
WILMINGTON, N.C. — Author Rita Lane Oliver announces the nationwide release of her life-changing new memoir, “Into the Fire.” The book will be available in hardback later this year.
People live in a multidimensional world, and there are always spirit beings hovering over and around them every day and night. There is also war going on all around them every day — with good versus evil raging in the spirit realm. Everyone is either a willing or unwilling participant in this day-to-day warfare.
“Into the Fire” challenges individuals to choose good over evil, life over death, faith over fear and God over Satan. Every day, people make choices, and sometimes, their actions are their silent choices. In this thought-provoking memoir, Oliver asks her readers these questions: How are your actions portraying your choices? Are you striving to make the world a better place? Are you daring to be different, to be better, or are you out to get everyone before they get you?
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the books are available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.
Oliver is an ordained minister in the Fire Baptized Holiness Church, where she has served as junior missionary president, church secretary, Holiness Young Peoples Union president and a Sunday school teacher. A semiretired banking representative, Oliver currently works part-time as a receptionist in the health care industry. A 1969 graduate from New Hanover High School, she received her Associates of Arts degree in criminal justice technology from Cape Fear Community College in December 2007. Oliver now resides in North Carolina.