Beautiful, Not Broken
Beautiful, Not Broken is Krystle’s personal journey of learning to be comfortable in her own skin. Through original poetry, inspirational quotes, and prayers, Krystle chronicles the lows of seeking validation from others to the highs of learning to see herself the way God sees her. It is a celebration of self-love, growth, maturity, and strength. It is Krystle’s hope that through this book women would be reminded that their lowest points, their darkest secrets, and their internal struggles do not define who they are. This book will spark something in readers and remind them that no matter their past or their struggles, they are beautiful, not broken!
* available in paperback & eBook
She Believes: 75 Devotionals to Encourage, Motivate, and Inspire
is a devotional meant for the woman who is trying to do better and live better by God. It is meant to challenge the reader’s perspective on many topics, to include friendships, managing money, being led by the Spirit versus emotions, and finding time for God with a busy schedule. This is the perfect book for the woman who simply wants to get her relationship with God back on track.
* Available in paperback and eBook
20 Beautiful Women: 20 More Stories That Will Heal Your Soul, Ignited Your Passion, and Inspire Divine Purpose.
Each chapter of this book is a personal short story written by women who were brave enough to share parts of their personal story to encourage others. I'm honored to be a part of this book with each of them. My chapter, "Self-Love Is One of Those Things" is one of the hardest pieces I have ever written. It is inspired by a very long and hard struggle with being comfortable in my own skin and how it impacted my life and my heart for a very long time.
::: LEAPS OF FAITH: CREATIVE WOMEN & THEIR STORIES :::
::: Featuring 9 women :::
The eBook, brought to life by Krystle A. Barrington
I wanted to publish this eBook because I know all too well what it feels like to talk myself out of doing something. There have been seasons in my life when I lacked faith in myself which was a direct reflection of my lack of faith in God. The truth is, having faith requires us to see pass our current reality and believe that there is something greater destined for us.
As a creative woman, it is being brave enough to pursue our gifts with no apologies. It is rising above fear and living up to our truest potential despite moments of fear, apprehension, and self-doubt. Faith is what moves us from a place of stagnation to progression.