Author Jennifer Anderson’s new book ‘I Put Away’ is a moving memoir about a devastating turning point in the author’s life following a heartbreaking loss

Jennifer Anderson, who was born and raised in Harrisonburg, Va., has completed her new book “I Put Away”: a gripping and powerful memoir that shares a powerful journey the author experienced at a pivotal time in her life.

Author Jennifer Anderson describes this journey, writing, “This journey takes place over a three-week period where God gives me the opportunity to change the way I speak, understand and think. After my grandmother passed away, I realized that I could no longer continue to function under my childish system. It was time for me to grow up and be the girl God wanted me to be! God gave me this opportunity by opening the door for me to take a three week vacation. After my grandmother’s funeral, the journey began.

She continues, “This journey involved changing my operating system, which led to the development of I Put Away. I Put Away comes from the Bible scripture, 1 Corinthians 13:11 (KJV), which says “When I was a child, I [spoke] child, I understood like a child, I thought like a child: but when I became a [adult], I put away the childish things. I Put Away is about me moving from a childish system of speaking, understanding and thinking into an adult system.

Published by Page Publishing, Jennifer Anderson’s hard-hitting memoir invites readers to join her on her journey of transition, sharing her story in hopes of inspiring others.

Readers wishing to discover this fascinating work can purchase “I Put Away” in bookstores worldwide or online at Apple’s iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

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Lola R. McClure