“H.O.W. (How Overcomers Win)” hits best seller on September 8, 2020, helping readers address challenges and overcome obstacles in their lives.
H.O.W.”, by Tralyne D. Usry, launched to Amazon best seller on September 8, 2020. The book helps people discover survival techniques and to look to God for strength. Usry used her experiences to illustrate how to focus on God rather than on circumstances. Readers will learn ways to tap into their personal village of support in order to retain and maintain their sanity and well-being.— “
The book is designed with a workbook companion. “You are embarking on a journey to rebuild or erect your house, YOU, to overcome the enemy that has fought to destroy you from the beginning. Enough is enough!” says Usry.
Especially in these uncertain days, people constantly ask how to safely navigate murky waters. They can sometimes feel alone or isolated and this book helps readers to get through those tough times. Inside the book, Usry shares five steps for overcoming challenges, five steps to accomplish goals and she writes in a way that everyone can benefit and relate, even in seemingly hopeless predicaments.
“The author takes you deep into the heart of a courageous child of God. You walk in her footsteps and pray with her when she stumbles. Tralyne Usry bears her soul and we find our own redemption in the ‘overcoming’ of her trials. Loved it!” ~ Bernard Lee
“Inspiring account of how to overcome obstacles and focus on purposeful, forward movement. When keeping it real, really gets up close and personal. Thanks for taking us on your journey and helping us conceptualize how to navigate our own!” ~ KS
Tralyne D. Usry is the founder of HOW, LLC which was created in May of 2020 in Augusta, Georgia. HOW is a mentoring service that assists the client with assessing challenges and creating a plan to overcome obstacles. They also facilitate goal setting and the creation of practical steps to accomplish those goals.
Usry attended undergraduate school at Paine College in Augusta, where she graduated with a B.A. in Communication, with an emphasis in print journalism. She studied at Regent University in Virginia Beach, VA, Directing for Film and Television. She also studied and received a Master's in Education from Ashford University, Iowa.
Usry has successfully hosted Agape' Village Summer Reading and Performing Arts Summer Camp for the past four years which services students kindergarten through fifth grades, focusing on reading remediation, and strengthening literacy skills.
Usry published her second book, a children's book called "Sweet Jambalaya". This story champions the causes of Puey Skunk, Tybe Caterpillar, Katey Lady Bug, and Sammy Squirrel, all varied in their ethnicity and physical appearances; typical targets for bullies. They learn through acceptance and affirmation how to overcome the bullies without and within. Usry has also written books such as, "When Design Speaks", a poetry book, and "Nebby", a children's book.
She was nominated as "Author of The Year/Social Awareness" for Sweet Jambalaya by the Indie Author Legacy Awards. She was also named as a finalist, selected from over 800 authors.
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