You guys, I am over-the-moon thrilled to make this announcement today:
I have signed a contract to partner with NavPress to publish
TWO MORE BOOKS!
I’ve been working hard on the next journey of my writing, and I’m super excited to step away from the topics of grief and single parenting. As perhaps you can imagine, I’m a little weary of being the expert on these things. I have a couple of other things to talk about.
And so, coming in 2017, NavPress and I will release my next brand new book! The working title is Every Confidence: Becoming a Woman of Confidence in a Critical World.
Here’s the brief overview of what I’m working on:
Tricia is so very familiar with the hunger for confidence. After seeking self awareness and understanding of herself as a young woman, she finally had her feet under her when Robb, her young and healthy husband, became tragically ill and died in her arms two days before Christmas 2010. In a place of fierce grief and trauma, she lost her companion, her confidence, her security, and nearly her faith. With a firm hold on the woman she believed she could become again, Tricia has found herself with confidence once more.
In this book, Tricia opens with the story of her childhood teacher who belittled and labeled her as a child with no confidence at all. Tricia tells what she learned that year, the transferrable skill set for making friends, influencing the emotional environment around her, and shining a confident light into the world. In the chapters to follow, she will dive into important questions about confidence, why women pretend to be less smart than they are, why men have more confidence than women, and the everyday decisions that confident women make.
In these pages together, Tricia shows women the joy of confidence, of knowing who you are on your own and with someone else. This book will set women free to join the tribe of women who believe in who they are.
Such confidence we have through Christ before God.
2 Corinthians 3:4
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Coming to bookshelves in 2017
Becoming a Woman of Confidence in a Critical World
by Tricia Lott Williford
I’m excited to continue the dialogue with you.