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Britt book shares hard-earned lessons, hope for America’s future

Sen. Katie Britt has published a book on her life and it will be released this year, Yellowhammer News confirmed.

Titled “God Calls Us To Do Hard Things: Lessons from the Alabama Wiregrass,” the book tells Britt’s life story. The story shares her “candid advice for how to overcome personal challenges, appreciate blessed moments, make our lives more fulfilling, and keep an unshakeable faith in God, family and our country.”

The book is available for pre-order and will be released Nov. 7.

“With grit and grace, Katie Britt has tackled a lot that life’s thrown at her,” the publisher’s summary says. “So how did Britt become the youngest woman in the U.S. Senate? ‘God Calls Us To Do Hard Things’ offers the hard-earned lessons and common-sense advice that Britt gained from her experience – and it’s the kind of stuff many young folks need to hear.”

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The book’s announcement comes as Britt’s profile continues to grow across the country.

She has become a conservative leader on border security and immigration as ranking member of the Senate Committee on Appropriations’ Homeland Security Subcommittee. Britt was recently named to the Senate Republicans’ leadership advisory team to give voice to American families and the next generation of conservatives.

“Warm, humble and often lighthearted, ‘God Calls Us To Do Hard Things’ is about how a determined young woman decided to enter the arena and make her mark,” the publisher wrote. “At a moment when politics feel so toxic and broken, Katie Britt proves that there’s still a way to listen to your heart, serve and inspire.”

Grayson Everett is a staff writer for Yellowhammer News. You can follow him on Twitter @Grayson270

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