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Accomplished Author, Susan Lee Mintz, Releases New Book:

Committed to Love A Woman’s Journey through Love and Loss

BOCA RATON, FL – 8/25/2016 (PRESS RELEASE JET) — Author, Susan Lee Mintz has written and published a new book, Committed to Love A Woman’s Journey through Love and Loss released this summer.  This book will have readers asking themselves, do they have the capabilities to love someone unconditionally in spite of their faults.  Susan’s marriage to her late husband, Dr. Jeffrey Mintz, serves as the main subject for the book.  It explores all the known and unknown secrets in her marriage and what both she and Jeff did to protect their prestigious image as husband and wife. 

     “I wrote this book because there was nothing else I could do when Jeff was in the hospital. It was the only way I could deal with this horrific time in my life,” said Susan. “It started as a journal on June 20, 1992 and everyday this woman wrote to save herself, to provide comfort for herself, to clear out her heart and head, and to cope. It became my therapy. My salvation,” Susan concluded.  

     Committed to Love is a true autobiography that took Susan over 22 years to get published.  Susan wants people to know that writing can save your life and that no one is exempt from experiencing life’s challenges. We all have our cross to bear.  Hers was AIDS.  But if you trust God and have faith, you can survive anything.  It will show your true Commitment to Love. Susan has self-published other books as well.  Safe Sex Never Tasted So Good, a healthy and sexy cookbook.  And I Held Their Hands with a Hospice Heart, which will be released this upcoming November.  She is also launching a cookbook series in 2017 entitled Cooking with Yeshua. Committed to Love is a must read for book clubs in 2016!

About the Author

      Susan Lee Mintz is a baby-boomer, motivational author, lecturer and fitness guru from Troy, New York.  She currently resides in Boca Raton, Florida where she’s known for encouraging and supporting people by promoting wellness through diet, exercise, and “healthy choices.” Susan is a member of Jesus People Proclaim International Church in Deerfield Beach. Susan is the executive director of their Wellness Center and the “I Love My Life Ministry”.

       Susan has appeared on the 700 Club with Pat Robertson in a segment entitled “Till Death Do Us Part” and she has also been featured on TBN’s Praise The Lord program. Susan was a contributing writer for Prophetess Cynthia Thompson’s Women You Will Magazine which is geared to empowering, motivating, and educating women about issues important to women about women. Susan wrote a monthly cooking column entitled “Cooking With Yeshua” for the JPPIC newsletter.

     Susan’s legacy includes having written a weekly motivational column for the Boca Raton Newspaper and had been a guest speaker at the 2008 National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Dinner (NBHAAD) held in West Palm Beach. Susan’s abstinence only program was presented before the Women of Tomorrow Organization at Booker T. Washington Senior High School in Miami and Florida. Susan was a volunteer with the Comprehensive AIDS Program of Palm Beach County, Real AIDS Prevention Program (RAPP), Urban 9 Minority AIDS Network, Palm Beach County Substance Abuse Coalition (PBCSAC), The American Foundation For Suicide Prevention, The American Red Cross and Hospice By The Sea in Boca Raton. Susan’s lecture

series entitled “YOU DON’T GET AIDS FROM LOVING SOMEBODY” has been presented throughout South Florida as she speaks openly about abstinence and testing in order to stop the spread of this deadly disease. Susan gives her testimony before youth and single ministries, in high schools, churches, synagogues, organizations, and other venues in regard to HIV/AIDS testing, education, and awareness. Susan is still an HIV/AIDS advocate for testing and believes that mandatory legislation for testing of all STD’s should be put in place.

   Once a professional dental hygienist, Susan married her elementary-school sweetheart, Jeffrey, at the age of 22. Their marriage was passionate and full of ups and downs with the surprising revelation that Jeffrey was bi-sexual. Her enduring love and unconditional acceptance for Jeffrey during this difficult period never wavered. For 25 years, Susan kept her commitment to their marriage. In June 1992, Jeffrey was diagnosed with AIDS. She rallied with him in the fight for his life. On August 17, 1994, Jeffrey passed away in the privacy of their home with the help of hospice. Jeffrey’s death left Susan searching for comfort and support which she later found through writing, exercise, cooking, and her faith.

Ordering Information:

$22.95 Paperback // $12ea for Bulk orders of 25+

$26.95 Hardback // $14ea for Bulk orders of 25+

$9.995 eBook

Order at www.PurposePublishing.com

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