Authors Spotlight: Velora M. Levy-Sailsman

She Caused The Lightning To Strike by Velora M. Levy-Sailsman

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The book tells the life story of a girl from age three years to young womanhood. Marva suffered at the hands of those she loved and trusted most.
Despite experiencing neglect, abuse, bullying and inequality; Marva felt her faith in her God through Lord Jesus was the only way she managed to maintain her sanity.
Marva coined the phrase ‘She caused the lightning to strike’ because she believes that if her God Lord Jesus had not intervened into her situations her vultures would have sent her to her early grave. Thankfully God intervened by protecting her from harm hence she lived to share her testimony. A sad, shocking and unbelievable story.
As the story unfolds Marva’s strength, resilience and sheer beauty shines through. Her vultures or perpetrators are aware of this, so their intention was to totally destroy her by preventing her from achieving her goals and ultimate potential.

This book has been written to help first-time mums and dads. It is also highly recommended for academics and students in the field of sociology, psychology, anthropology, psychiatry, paediatric, early childhood education and medicine.

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Top Customer Reviews

The title made me feel curiosity. Among these pages i’ve found a compelling story about surviving to struggles and enemies with the help of The Lord. I may be wrong, but i felt like i was reading about a real person, not about a character. A person who is rejected because of the light inside her, who is bullied and mistreated but still finds relief in her faith. I love the way the author tolds the story.
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3 thoughts on “Authors Spotlight: Velora M. Levy-Sailsman

  1. Thank you so much Dave Myall for creating a wonderful spotlight for my book ‘She caused the lightning to strike’. I love it. You are a great artist and an inspiration to others. I will tell others about your excellent work. Well done and keep up the hard work.

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