Keep the momentum going.
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Keep the momentum going.

Happy New Year! I know we are two weeks into 2017, but this year is still brand new to me. We have never seen 2017 and when it’s gone we cannot get it back. I hope you are making the best of what you have been blessed with as I am. On this note, I want to think you for all of your support. Many of you have shared my book announcement posts, sent emails or told others about it. I do not take your support for granted and I certainly do not want you to lose interest in my soon to be released book. So, here’s the update. As we all know, life happens. When we are faced with changes for good or bad we must embrace it and get through it. Well, a good thing has happened to me and in light of this life event change, my book release has been pushed back a few months. I anticipate the new book release date to occur this summer. You have expressed great excitement in supporting my book endeavors and I want you to continue to be a supporter and pass the torch on to others.

I know you are wondering, what is going on girl? Well, I got engaged and I am so happy. Yes, my last name is about to change. (I have always wanted to say that). A new chapter is being written and I am glad I have an understanding, loving man to share it with. The next few months, I will be transitioning into my new role as wife, stepmom, and glam-ma.In addition to working full-time, being a full-time graduate student, taking advantage of speaking opportunities, and supporting Armanni and all of her extra-curricular activities.

So, as you can see I am not being slack or neglecting you and I am certainly not giving up on publishing my first book. I am reminded of Habakkuk when the Lord says, “write the vision, and make it plain upon tables, that he may run that readeth it. For the vision is yet for an appointed time, but at the end it shall speak, and not lie: though it tarry, wait for it; because it will surely come, it will not tarry” (Habakkuk 2:3). I have written my vision and you have helped me run with it. I have no doubt that it will come to pass. Do not leave me. Do not think that I have forgotten about you because I am getting married. Hang in here with me, pray for me, and watch God work. My dream will become reality and I want you to be there with me when it happens.

Loving You On Purpose,

Renee Mack

“Write the vision, and make it plain. . .” Habakkuk 2:2

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