Montana author Wanda Rosseland to sign books Saturday

A book signing with Montana author Wanda Rosseland for her new book titled “Angels Among Us” will be held on Saturday, Nov. 11, from 1-3 p.m. at Keystone Bookstore in Lewistown.

Filled with stories from ordinary everyday people around Montana who unexpectedly were given a glimpse of angels, “Angels Among Us” shows how God sends his winged messengers to help and protect us, often even when we do not ask. Without fail, the appearance of the angels filled those who saw them with hope and peace, along with a feeling of knowing that God loves us and cares for us.

“I was shocked to learn that people I knew, both family and friends, had seen angels when I began gathering stories for the book,” said Rosseland. “They told me the experience is so sacred that many times they never spoke of it to another human being. I am honored to have their trust and be given the opportunity to tell people how God pulled back the veil from Heaven and allowed them to see his beautiful angels. 

“of course,” she added, “I’d love to hear your angel story.”

Pam Butcher is one of those who entrusted Rosseland with her angel story, the day Butcher lifted her eyes up to the ceiling in their little church in Winifred and beheld a huge, magnificent angel hovering above the sanctuary, so close she could see each individual pristine white feather on his wings. The breathtaking sight left her astonished, and sure that God loved his people who worshipped in his church, no matter how small or large it was.

Rosseland began writing with a farm life column in the “Montana Farmer-Stockman” in the 1980s and now writes for “Guideposts” and “Angels on Earth” magazines. Her previous book, “The Montana Cowboy,” is a compilation of true stories of Montana cowboys and cowgirls and is also available at Keystone Bookstore.

If you would like a signed copy of “Angels Among Us,” but cannot attend the signing on Nov. 11, contact the author at wjross@midrivers.com and she will send you one by mail.

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