Charleston entrepreneur, author and philanthropist Deb Copeland will attend a book signing from 2 to 5 p.m. Monday at Taylor Books, 226 Capitol Street.
She will be signing copies of her most recent book, "Face to Face with God, Healing the Cry Within. "
Written with Janice Davis, Face to Face with God is a candid conversation between two women who share their stories of abuse, betrayal, guilt, addiction and recovery. The reader is introduced to the practical process of placing these thee burdens on the shoulders of Jesus Christ.
Written in a conversational format the authors conduct a deeply personal.
Born and raised in West Virginia, Copeland is the founder of Smart Temporary Services, which grew from one employee to 4,000 in seven states. After successfully selling the business, she founded Work Smart Business Consultants, a national training and development company.Copeland and her husband, Don, have six children and divide their time between Charleston and Hilton Head Island, SC.