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      Inspiration for anyone who has suffered loss.


Unlike most personal stories, author Victoria Joyce's unique style of writing, has you feeling as though she is right there with you, having an intimate one-on-one conversation. She so eloquently and candidly shares her battle with alcoholism, going through numerous back to back loses, insurmountable financial struggles, betrayals, homelessness, a bi-polar diagnoses and much more.


When Victoria Joyce suddenly becomes ill and finds that she is suffering from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, she endures an almost three-year battle obtaining disability  benefits, as she called home wherever someone will take her in. In her second book Heart Tugs, Hugs & A Few Tug of Wars, Victoria Joyce recounts her struggles after being diagnosed with Lyme disease and Multiple Sclerosis. She also openly shares how she had to come to grips with her new limitations and "new normal" in order to regain inner peace and contentment.

Joyce's story is inspirational. The main purpose for sharing her story, is to help others better overcome their own emotional, mental and spiritual obstacles while on their own journey. Warning! Unlike most Christian authors, Victoria Joyce does not shy away from tough issues Christians face. She touches on premarital sex, feeling inferior and unloved, not fitting in, fears, pain, frustration, gripping depression, a planned suicide, and anger, even at God.


There is victory, as God reveals His unconditional love to the writer in a unique and personal way, that she indeed is loved, unconditionally and that He will always provide for her.

You are encouraged to bring along a highlighter, marking what speaks to you, as you travel on an adventure you will never forget, one that will change you forever. You will also find yourself laughing along the way,as you experience firsthand the peace and joy within, that Victoria Joyce experiences. Hold on tight and fasten your seat-belts. You are about to embark on one heck of a ride. But remember, you are not alone, and you too can find peace when your life's manual no longer makes sense.

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