The author shares her personal journey of self-exploration and discovery to illustrate life’s impersonal perfectly crafted experiences which are exquisitely synchronized with our awakening. It is lighthearted and deep, contemporary, ancient, serious, and funny.
Greatly influenced by her professional career as a social worker and psychotherapist, she frames her story around the universal stages of human development from birth to old age. She reviews life’s challenges from psychological, social, spiritual, economic, and physical perspectives, using ancient wisdom to reveal the mystery, magic, and majesty of everyday life.
Although her spiritual roots are Christian, they are planted in the universal soil of love.
Which five words best describe My Life It’s Nothing Personal and Neither is Yours?
Marie, Her life, Her Legacy.
What is your favorite line from her book question?
See Love everywhere and in everybody.
Which of your characters do you believe are most like you and why question?
Seeing my family and my professional career through her eyes.
What message do you hope readers will take away from her book?
She lived, she loved, and she believed her way.
How did you get published?
Although my mother had an executive will proportioning every detail out she never mentioned her book but her very last words to me were La Wanda take care of the kids and do what is next. It took me a few years to understand that publishing her book is what was next. I had to change the names of foster care kids and unrelated people. But regarding the words that she spoke to the family I did not change the names and my disclaimer is not my words but hers.