Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Tasha Waller, Author of "When The Stones Fell I Picked Up A Rock: Soul Trauma."

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Tasha Waller is the author of an inspirational book, titled "When The Stones Fell I Picked Up A Rock: Soul Trauma."

Tell us a bit about your background.
I am a mother of two, a Christian that loves God. I was a preschool teacher for 12 yrs. I'm currently a blogger and a Life Coach.

Describe your book, “When The Stones Fell I Picked Up A Rock: Soul Trauma,” for readers unfamiliar with your work.
My book is an an inspirational book that was written to help others overcome their fears and trauma from what I have experienced from childhood to adulthood. The stones that were supposed to break me actually made me because I held on to my rock (God).

Who do you think would most appreciate “When The Stones Fell I Picked Up A Rock: Soul Trauma”?
I feel like anyone that has experienced any pain, suffering, and unfortunate trauma. They may not know how to overcome. They may get the knowledge through this story to give them the courage to speak up and speak out.

What inspired you to write a book about facing adversity and overcoming it?
Having experienced domestic violence, molestation, and wrongful conviction and seeing numbers of incidents increasing. I believe by myself coming out and giving my testimonies. Others will have the courage to come out fearlessly.

“When The Stones Fell I Picked Up A Rock: Soul Trauma” includes you exploring a lot of sensitive topics, such as domestic violence and wrongful conviction. Was it hard to revisit these topics in your book?
No, writing is my form of expressive therapy. It helped me heal emotionally as I was writing. I was bought all the way back from my childhood to my adulthood memories that I overlooked for so long.

In the book, you write about transforming your mind while enduring the storms. How did the you find the strength and power to do this?
She had to find God which is her rock in order to gain the necessary strength to be healed and overcome her trauma.

How long have you been writing and working on books?
Two years.

Can you tell us what is your favorite book and why?
“When the Stones Fell I Picked Up a Rock.” It is my favorite book I have written because I have overcome my fears and trauma by my testimonies.

What genre do you read most often?

How have your readers responded to the book?
Many are inspired and eager to read it.

Is there any aspect of writing you don’t enjoy?
The challenging part of writing is usually the ending/closing.

What do you have in mind for your book?
I'm currently working on multiple titles.

Is there anything else you'd like readers to know about your “When The Stones Fell I Picked Up A Rock: Soul Trauma”?
This book is not just an ordinary book; this is a picture frame of my life's timeline of what I had to stand through when the storms got rough. Without God, this book would not have been possible. At one point in my life every trauma I had experienced I bottled it up in Shame and lived secretly suffering inside, and now I finally have to courage to let it out and be free and made whole. I now live in my true Identity.

Additional Information
Get your copy of "When the Stones Fell I Picked Up a Rock: Soul Trauma."

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