Over the last month, I have been narrating my debut memoir, When All Balls Drop, for its audio version. In the Kauai studio, I relived the scary events, jumping back to Hudson River Valley and months in my brace. It’s hard to fathom that it has been over six years since the true events. However, in reading aloud my story, I saw my experiences, yet again with new eyes.
In 2014, I knew that releasing the book would take courage, revealing my raw story with all of its good, bad, and ugly components. However, the valuable lesson of Post-Traumatic Growth (PTG) outweighed my apprehensions. So I pushed beyond my own anxiety and doubt, in hopes of inspiring others.
By taking this challenge, I have witnessed how the story has deeply touched others. I’m truly humbled through each comment, review, and conversation I have with readers like this review below.
Five Stars – Inspiring Read – “This is a great story of a young woman’s determination to overcome very daunting obstacles and move on to a more fulfilling life. It’s a lesson for anyone who’s life has thrown roadblocks in their path. I recommend it to everyone.” – Amazon reader, FBA Seller – Read full review
If you have read either When All Balls Drop or my second book With New Eyes, please help me spread the powerful message and inspiration of my Post-Traumatic Growth (PTG) story by writing a review and sharing with your networks on social media.
Now, if you haven’t read either, come on. There is no excuse! With the release of the audio version coming out soon, you can listen to it in the car, on a plane, or on the treadmill. Get a free, pre-release excerpt of the audio version here.
Here’s to looking up!