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Strong to discuss new book

Stephanie Rox Strong has written her debut book, "When Tulips Bloom: A Personal Guide For Blossoming Through the Difficult Seasons of Life." (CONTRIBUTED)
Stephanie Rox Strong has written her debut book, “When Tulips Bloom: A Personal Guide For Blossoming Through the Difficult Seasons of Life.” (CONTRIBUTED)

MADISON – Author Stephanie R. Strong will speak at Madison Public Library on July 13.

“Drop in between 6 and 8 p.m. to hear Stephanie Strong talk about her new book, ‘When Tulips Bloom: A Personal Guide for Blossoming Through the Difficult Seasons of Life,'” adult services librarian Amanda Campbell said.

Strong believes her book can inspire readers. “If you have found yourself in a season that seems as though nothing is working out right, hardly anything is moving forward in your life, or you have arrived in a very dark place of dormancy, ‘When Tulips Bloom’ offers inspiring, encouraging and practical guidance to help you through one of the most difficult seasons of your life,” Strong said.

The book is available at presencewithpurpose.net and amazon.com. For more information, email to sroxstrong@aol.com or visit presencewithpurpose.net, Facebook/presencewithpurpose or Twitter #StephPWPurpose.

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