Wreck My Life Hits New York Times Bestsellers List
Wreck My Life: Journeying from Broken to Bold (Baker Books; ISBN 9780801008146; ebook ISBN 9781493404933; $14.99) by Mo Isom has landed on the New York Times Bestsellers list, achieving the #11 spot on the September Sports and Fitness list during its first month of release. This ranking reflects sales during August 2016 and is based on sales from thousands of nationwide venues where general books are sold.
From the heights of athletic success to the depths of depression and personal defeat, All-American soccer star Mo Isom shows readers that pain, suffering, and adversity can either derail them or create an unshakable faith, enabling them to live more boldly. While Isom’s life seemed like a success, she was battling an eating disorder, the suicide of her father, and a horrific car accident. It wasn’t until God wrecked her life that she discovered the glory of renewal through Jesus Christ and that wreckage can be sacred rather than scarring. Readers take the journey from broken to bold with her and learn to surrender their lives to the King who was wrecked on their behalf.
Mo Isom was an All-American goalkeeper for the Louisiana State University soccer team. She holds the LSU all-time goalkeeper record as well as the #3 SEC all-time shutout record. She trained with the US Women’s National program, was honored as National Player of the Week, has appeared on ESPN SportsCenter Top 10 Plays, and has been featured in Sports Illustrated and appeared on Ellen, ESPN, CBS, The 700 Club, and countless other platforms. Isom speaks nationally and internationally and facilitates a faith-centered blog that has garnered millions of views to date. She and her husband, Jeremiah Aiken, live in Atlanta, Georgia.
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