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Gregory Oliver Creates an Awakening Story That Will Inspire Readers to Find Courage Amidst Challenges


Quote: “Whatever the situation you are…can be ‘walking-free!”

“Walking Free” is a story of the challenges encountered while seeking justice for an erroneous verdict amid broken laws and prejudices. It was unwavering faith that keeps an innocent prisoner knowing that one day he will be walking free.
“Walking Free” is the author’s personal, spiritual and emotional experience while being incarcerated for more than twenty-two years. He prayed that somebody would come and believe in him so that one day he will be walking free. A white woman from Michigan came and was a strong advocate against the wrong that befell him, and eventually became his lifetime partner. They married while he was still incarcerated. Prison life was a tough, long journey. The author’s trial was rigged, and the appeal remedies were slow-moving yet, it was their sustaining faith that gave them the strength to continue the fight that lay ahead for them.
In “Walking Free” the author detailed the evidence that denied him justice. The story imparts a lesson and shares the essence of strong faith, obedience to God, patience during adversities, character building, and redemption, allowing the author to win the battle against injustice. “In that journey, sometimes there were valleys, mountain tops, seemingly defeats, triumphs, laughter, pain, and tears.” “Walking Free” is inspirational and can inspire readers to understand what hope and faith can do to move the mountains in life. This memoir allows the reader to know that the impossible can be possible with God. This book is a great to read for yourself and your friends.
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Walking Free
Written by: Gregory Oliver
Published by: Proisle Publishing Services LLC
Published date: July 30, 2021
Paperback Price: $15.00
About the Author:

Gregory Oliver is the husband of Bonnie Lou Oliver the author of “Faithwalk: A Walk from Darkness to Light.” He is referenced in Bonnie’s book as a black inmate who’s been wrongfully incarcerated due to multiple lies and failures of the justice system. Gregory was convicted of crimes he did not commit. Once out of prison he proved himself to be a businessman, an author, and composer of Christian songs,

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