Monday, June 29, 2020


Since the Global Pandemic, millions of people are without jobs and are receiving unemployment. We all want the world to get back to normal, but I fear it will be a long time coming. Today's author, Sonia H. Cameron, and her book "God Please Help Me Find a Job: 21 Prayers for the Job Seeker," offers strong affirmations to help us all get through it.

by Sonia H Cameron (Author)

Have you recently been released from your job? Has the entire industry you were working in been eliminated? Are you now facing the fact that you are currently back in the job market? Does the whole idea of unemployment make you want to pound your head up against a wall?

I understand your dilemma. All this may cause you to feel unstable about job opportunities and to worry that you will not find a job. It's painful to have to file unemployment and hunt for a job. I have been there, done that, but I came out better on the other side. I have great news! You have Someone who is near, able to help you navigate your next career move. This person knows everybody and understands all industries. All you have to do is talk to Him regularly about how to find a new job. This book will bring you peace of mind and help calm your fears as you use the prayers to talk to the Master career coach, God Almighty.

It may seem unusual to you, but God is an expert in career guidance. The book, "GOD, Please Help me find a Job! 21 Prayers for the Job Seeker" will assist you in seeking the face of God so that you can make the right decisions when it comes to job opportunities. This book will prompt you in prayer until you find your own voice.

There are several benefits to reading this book. The first benefit is that you don't have to read it all at once. This book is meant to be a pocket reference of prayers for the job seeker. Just pick a subject, read, and pray. It is just that easy to talk to God about your job search. He listens, and He will always respond with comfort.

Product details

File Size: 851 KB
Print Length: 64 pages
Publisher: Sonia H Cameron; 1 edition (May 14, 2020)
Publication Date: May 14, 2020
Sold by: Services LLC
Language: English

Sonia H Cameron
God, Please Help Me Find A Job: 21 Prayers for the Jobseeker
Author website:
Tell your readers a little about yourself, where you grew up, where you live now, where you went to school etc. Let them get to know the personal you.
Sonia H. Cameron is a published author and blogger that writes to encourage career individuals in transition. Her goal is to inspire those wanting more out of their life's purpose to find the job of their dreams.

Born in Wilmington, NC, Sonia has worked in corporate America for over 25 years, with her current position placing her at an information technology firm in Research Triangle Park, NC. Throughout her career, Sonia has experienced numerous peaks and valleys, leading to several transition periods. During these times of transition, Sonia learned fundamental principles and discovered the necessary tools to help her excel every time.

As a result of wanting to share her experiences to encourage and empower those in similar situations, Sonia began blogging about job hunting and career enhancement. She began sharing her story on her blog Bless the Work in 2010, with the most viewed page being her encouragement blog section. This blog would eventually create an avenue for Sonia to publish her first article for Christian Devotions in 2014.

Sonia's most recent project is an eBook released on Amazon in May 2020. The book, titled God Please Help Me Find A Job: 21 Prayers for the Job Seeker is a guide aimed to assist readers in seeking the face of God so that they can make the right decision when it comes to procuring job opportunities.

When she's not writing, Sonia loves to spend time with her husband and blended family; she loves to cook equally as much as she cooks to love.

What inspired you to author this book?
My heart was broken the first time I heard that over 15 million people had filed for unemployment in a matter of weeks. As time progressed and more people were furloughed or unemployed, I felt I needed to do something to encourage those affected by the pandemic. So I decided to write a book to encourage the job seeker.
Where did you get the inspiration for your book's cover?
The book cover is simple, and it emphasizes the world JOB....because this is what the reader is in search of.
Who has been the most significant influence on you personally and as a writer?
My most significant influence as a writer is my mentor Eula Turner. She encouraged me to write daily and she encouraged me to focus on getting my book done urgently. I was able to complete the writing of the manuscript in 3 weeks. She encouraged me to find an editor to edit the book in sections as I wrote it. This type of writing sped up the process of getting the book published. I would not have completed this book so quickly without Eula. I thank God for people like Eula, who are not afraid to push fellow writers to create and get their works published.

Another indirect influence is the author of How to Self-Publish a Book on Chris McMullen.
What were your struggles or obstacles you had to overcome to get this book written?
My biggest struggle is time. This is my first project, and I wanted to publish the book before the COVID-19 pandemic is over. So I rushed in writing the book, and I published the book myself on Amazon. This was a struggle because I had never published an eBook or a printed book before. This is all a learning process for me. But now, I am happy to say that I am a published author.
Tell your readers about your book.
My book is written for the person in career transition who wants to communicate with the Creator about their current situation. This book has 21 bible-based prayers that help the reader express themselves while alone with God. There are prayers about the emotions of the job seeker, the status of the job seeker, and the process of searching for a job. If you need encouragement during your job search, this is the ideal source.

Who is your target audience, and why?
My target audience is professionals who are in career transition. The age of the target reader is between 18 and 55. The gender of the target reader does not matter. However, 60% of the readers of my blog are women.
What do you consider your greatest success in life?
My greatest success in life is telling my story. I have been blessed to have a career, then hit rock bottom in my personal and career life and then recover and flourish. Telling about the journey in my career has helped thousands of people. I have an average of 2000 users visit my site on a monthly basis. I know that my story has inspired countless job seekers to continue the path to their dream job.
What one unique thing sets you apart from other writers in your genre?
I am the real deal, baby. The ideas in my book are from my experiences. I have prayed the prayers in my book. I am not only writing about career success as just an author but also from my personal experience. I know what it takes to fill out countless job applications. I know what it is like to scan the job boards daily. I know what it is like to seek out connections and reach out to friends and past coworkers looking for work. I have been in a situation of waiting for a response from employers, and I have experienced job search silence. But most of all, I know what it feels like to have God guide me into the next position with ease. I also know what it feels like to have favor with the hiring manager. I know how it feels to win that dream job with a signing bonus! Been there, done that got the T-shirt.