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| book release | Book shows readers how to grow better by Tammi Mott O fficials at Life Fit For a King, a local business comprised of au- thor services, event and wedding planning and mobile paint parties, recently announced the release of Dr. Geneva Scott-King’s third book, “Fighting and Still Pretty: How to Get Through the Fight Still Loving God, Life and People” on Nov. 24. The book began as a vision spoke over Dr. Geneva Scott-King, by her husband during a church service at Restoration Tabernacle Min- istries in Thomasville about two years ago. Pas- tor Corey King told her that it was part of her destiny to write a book to help people with the fights they encounter because she handled her many struggles and challenges and maintained a love for God, life and people. Many people become angry and tired of life because of the oppositions they face. This book talks about battles people fight, the causes and a battle plan or strategy to get though the fight and growing to be better, not bitter. Dr. Scott-King is the author of Disturbing Statistics: An Awakening to the Christian Com- munity and DJ Comes Home. DJ Loses a Friend, a children’s book is due for release early next year. She received her education as a student at American Baptist Theological Extension Unit and Penn Foster school of Bridal Studies. Her formal career training is through Valdosta State Univer- sity, Albany State University and the University of Alabama at Birmingham, where she received a Doctorate Degree in Nursing Practice. She is cur- rently on faculty at a major national university. The book will be available at local book- stores, downloadable on Kindle, Amazon.com, and through Life Fit For a King at lifefitforaking. org or by calling the author at (229) 558-0629. January 26, 2019 7:00 p.m. Thomasville Center for the Arts Tickets at southgeorgiaballet.org 174737-1 Thomasville Scene December 2018 - January 2019 53