About Ashley
Ashley Williams is a full-time college student in Tennessee studying criminal justice. Having fallen in love with writing since her early teenage years, her passion is to glorify the name of Jesus Christ through her writing. Read more
What will readers learn from this novel?
Take a look into Ashley's latest novel Broken Identity

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Sin separates us from God, but Jesus Christ is constantly working to bring both the lost and saved to a place of forgiveness and freedom from bondage. Drake is a character who struggles through life in his own power and fails, which is a downfall everyone faces without God. This novel serves as a conformation to all readers that no matter how marred our identities may be due to sin and life difficulties, no one is too far gone for God’s love.
Readers will understand that no matter where they are in life, they can rise above any past, present, and future mistakes with Christ. They will know that God has a divine plan for their lives and that it is to their advantage to live a godly life. The path of the world leads only to destruction and heartache, but the path of righteousness is full of peace, joy, purpose, satisfaction, and destiny.
How will this book bring readers closer to God?
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Four underground Christians.
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I'm happy to announce the release of FOUR--a compilation of four short stories by four different authors. Timothy Holder, Ann Lovell, D. A. Adams, and myself were the authors, and our stories are sure to keep you turning pages until the very end!

I feel very blessed to be a part of this project, as I had the wonderful opportunity to work with three very talented authors who all pulled together to make 
FOUR an exciting read. I also want to insert a very special thanks to Timothy Holder for making this story possible. I had the privilege of meeting him and his wife at WSCC, and was impressed by not only the collection of books he’s written, but also for his dedication to making college students’ lives a little easier and, most importantly, his love for God. Because of him, I wrote my first short story—something I thought I’d never do. Click here to visit my blog!
"...whenever a person turns to the Lord, the veil is removed. Now the Lord is the Spirit, and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom." 2 Cor. 3:16-17