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Wanna Be Completely Whole in 2014? Read Completely Whole by Paulette Harper.

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It’s 2014. Many are writing out their goals as to what they desire in 2014 and what they plan to release and leave behind in 2013. Goals are not just limited to getting your finances in order, writing that best selling book, and starting a new career. Some persons may want to be free from mistakes of the past, habits and actions that serve as bondages to an unproductive, negative and empty lifestyle. They want to be free from old habits and toxic relationships. They want to feel whole.

Know that you can begin again by first seeking the Lord, confessing your sin as the Word states God will forgive you if you confess your sin. 1 John 1:9. Seek God’s face in humble and fervent prayer consistently. 1 Thess 5:17 Study the Word and get the emotional and spiritual counseling you need without shame. You must take action steps of faith to think and talk differently about yourself and to practice new habits that cause you to act positively toward you and cause you to walk away from your old comfort zone.

About the Book

Yesterday I heard a minister state that she refuses to go into another season “not whole”. Life’s daily struggles can often leave us perplexed and bewildered on how to cope with hard issues. In COMPLETELY WHOLE, Paulette Harper offers keys to help those who are searching for answers that can lead to a life of complete wholeness: Spirit, Soul and Body. COMPLETELY WHOLE focuses on how to overcome suffering caused by alcoholism, substance abuse, poverty, and other obstacles blocking the path to a life of wholeness.”

Completely Whole is resource filled-guide full of practical and Biblical-based principles, real-life application strategies and prayers to give the readers a holistic approach to living a life of wholeness through Jesus. Christ. “This book is inspiring, optimistic, hopeful and encouraging while providing a clear-cut, scriptural blueprint for each reader to follow as they allow the Word and the power of God to transform their pain and restore their lives on their road to becoming Completely Whole.”

In her well-written, resource-filled guide, Harper provides readers with practical and biblically-based solutions to overcome everyday problems. Completely Whole features prayers, meditations, and powerful scripture passages to allow readers to interact with the text and to apply it to their own lives. Harper uses personal experiences and biblical principles to place readers on a path to be in connection with God. This life-changing book will help readers to transform their spirit, soul, and body through Jesus Christ, so they can live a life of peace, joy, and fulfillment.


About the Author


A sought after speaker, certified life coach, minister and author. As an inspirational and motivational speaker, Paulette’s desire is to motive women to reach their God given potential through conferences, workshops and seminars. As a writing coach, Paulette is the visionary behind “Write Now” (releasing the word in you) literary workshops designed to coach aspiring writers in the areas of creativity, development and publication of Christian books. Paulette has authored such books as That Was Then, This Is Now , This Broken Vessel Restored. She is the co-author of Victorious Living for Women and just released Victorious Living for Moms.That Was Then, This Is Now, achieved national recognition, becoming a finalist in the 2009 Next Generation Indie Book Award. Moreover, it ranked consecutively on the BCNN1/BCBC National Independent Publishers Bestsellers List (non-fiction category). She is the author of “Living Seperate Lives”.

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I agree with Tamarra Bryant, Literary Wonders Reviews statement, “COMPLETELY WHOLE” is a guide one can refer to over and over again during times of need. Ms. Harper’s grasp of real life and her method of dealing with these situations truly make this guide a learning tool that can be used over and over again”.

Paulette Harper’s book called “Completely Whole” is encouraging and empowering. Her book teaches us about becoming emotionally, spiritually and physically healed by applying the basic principles of the Bible in our life. It gives hope to its readers as it demonstrates that one can overcome the past to live victoriously in the future.

We read in John 5:1-9 of a sick man who had lain at the pool of Bethesda for years, waiting to be healed. As Jesus passed by, He asked the man “Wilt thou be made whole?” The man began to explain all of the reasons that he wasn’t whole and well. Jesus told the man to ‘Rise, take up thy bed, and walk’ and immediately the man was made whole.

Completely Whole” reminds us that God not only wants us to receive the gift of salvation but wants to deliver us from obstacles and bondages so that we can be “whole” in every aspect of our daily lives. Completely Whole demonstrates that the Lord is interested in our problems and He desires that you be not just healed but whole. Whether you are a seasoned person or new believer let God use these pages to assist you in your walk towards wholeness. I highly recommend this book to all the men and women who choose to walk in the abundant life and to be free from the negative past and to walk in victory.

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Living Separate Lives by Paulette Harper


    About The Book

Candace Walker, Kaylan Smith, Jordan Tate, and Tiffany Thomas have their share of sorrows, but neither of them realizes how deep the sorrow goes. What happens when they agree to meet for a weekend of relaxation in beautiful Napa County? Which one will leave the same or worse?
For Candace Walker, life has left her battered and bruised. Kaylan Smith has struggled with prejudice from her in-laws. After fifteen years of marriage, bitterness is trying to raise its ugly head for Jordan Tate, whose husband wants to call it quits. And for Tiffany Thomas, dealing with rejection has never been one of her greatest feats.
Although they have been friends for years, they thought they knew each other well. But will a secret destroy their relationship and bring the sisterhood to a complete halt? Will they be able to forgive and allow God to mend that which might be torn?

    About The Author


Paulette Harper is an award-winning and best-selling author. She is the owner of Write Now Literary Virtual Book Tours and is passionate about helping authors succeed in publishing and marketing their books. Paulette has been writing and publishing books since 2008. Paulette is the author of That Was Then, This is Now, Completely Whole and The Sanctuary. Her articles have appeared on-line and in print.

    Review of the book


Paulette Harper’s christian novella, Living Separate Lives about four girlfriends Tiffany, Candace, Kaylan and Jordan who reconnect years after high school was quite engaging to me. Paulette Harper‘s realistic characters and storytelling were endearing. Each girlfriend is dealing with issues in her life such as rejection, prejudice, unevenly yoked , never reaching your dreams and at least one is still reacting from the hurt of rejection from her childhood that has lead to poor choices in her adult life. The ladies agree to a girlfriend weekend retreat at Kaylan’s home in Napa Valley region of California. However, the weekend does not turn out how the girlfriends planned. When the truth about one of their lives unexpectedly is discovered accidentally ,the impact upon the life of another causes anger, betrayal and further rejection to show its ugly head. Now the girlfriends really need to go before the King to pray, praise and seek the face of the Lord, when one of them is asked to leave the retreat. Can the ladies who profess to be a Christian forgive the perpetrator? How do you reach out to the one that betrayed you when she is in trouble? This novella raises real issues about friendship, forgiveness, your walk of faith in hurting times and wanting to support a friend in the good times and the bad times. It is an excellent minstry tool for the women’s minsitry or for a workshop on forgivenss and forgetting the past.


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