Yukon, OK – July 30, 2018 – Life is not a bed of roses, but a path filled with thorns. For many sufferers, reading good books can alleviate unpleasant memories and circumstances. They can also help readers find the right directions in life. Here comes Susan A. Rader’s Religious Autobiography book titled – YOU DON’T HAVE TO MOVE THE WASHER TO MAKE TOAST: REFLECTIONS. The book is now available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble
This author does not want to preach, saying she does not consider herself a professional in writing about religion. Susan says,“Most people who write this type of book are professionals, but I speak from experience…” She grew up in a dysfunctional family, full of conflict, and most often neglect. Abuse of children or parental mistreatment on the part of her parents occurred continuously. Susan’s learned that children growing up in such families believe this arrangement is normal. She hopes this book will help readers find life’s perspective.
Susan further said, “We don’t often see why we are going through trials or even understand them. I know I have been through this, but others have been through worse. I hope my story will help you. It will make you laugh and cry. There is always hope in Christ Jesus. Maybe, a little help from me can get you on the right path.”
Aside from the book revealing her story about growing up in a dysfunctional family, it also explores her life as a W.A.C. (Women’s Army Corps), how she handled two jobs, and then was commanded to go into a cyanide gas chamber. Along with Menieres and seizures, she was unable to talk, and was sent back to the states. Put on a plane with no records, Susan was switched with another woman. She questioned God’s goodness and moved back to Oklahoma. Coming to the crossroads of life, Susan faced death and found God. She experienced hurricane winds in England, the man in the brown suit, and was married with one daughter and lost one child.
Read – YOU DON’T HAVE TO MOVE THE WASHER TO MAKE TOAST: REFLECTIONS and be moved to tears and laughter over and over again.
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ABOUT SUSAN RADER
Susan Rader was born in a dysfunctional family where she spent an unhappy childhood. Susan later became a W.A.C. (Women’s Army Corps) overseas, and as a Sergeant overseeing a bunch misfits, was taken into a cyanide chamber. This ended her career, creating a long road back. With seizures and Menieres she came home to die. Susan found God and began a new life. She also started to write articles that were published in several magazines. Life returned and she faced hurricane winds, Man in the Brown suit, and much more.
Personal/favorite: “With God all things are possible.”
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