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More Praise for And I Thought Divorce Was Bad

​​​​​"This book is not just for divorced people it's for all women. It had a great message, but it does not spare your feelings. My favorite poem is " A Shiner". It deals with real life and how hard it is to heal emotional scars. This is a book to read if you want to change your life. Every life lesson is a step to recovery. I will read it again."-Amazon Customer

And I Thought Divorce Was Bad: (also available as an audio book)

When your life changes where do you find yourself? How do you find yourself? This is a collection of short stories and poems describing the journey of four women as they cope with life, accept the changes, and discover their new selves.

And I Thought Being Grownup Was Easy (also available as an audio book)

                    Narrated By: Jo Sands

Getting money, paying bills, finding your happiness, and maybe your prince charming it looked so easy when you were young. You thought you had it all figured out. Little did you know life throws you curve balls that derail your plans. And you thought that being grownup was easy. So did these ladies. Follow their journey while getting lost in the grownup world. In the second installment of the And I Thought series(The Literary Life Guides to success with Pop Poetry) from the original pop poets.

Foreign Coffee (also available as an audio book)

A young widow needs to change her life so she empties her bank account and flies to Athens. Her sister Rose comes along. The two ladies get into all types of mischief. when they run into a mysterious British man that is running from a past. Will young Isabella, fall in love or get conned in Athens? Either way Rose and Isabella will leave a mark on their many coffee cups that supplies their addiction, the city of Athens, and their hearts.

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5.0 out of 5 stars A compelling collection of soul-baring poetry

Reviewed in the United States on January 4, 2018
This beautiful book is both a reflection and confession of the pain, resilience, and hope the authors have walked. The pain of rejection, lost love, lost time, death, single motherhood, and more are laid out in this real, raw collection of experience and wisdom that will have you reading and re-reading as you dig deep and revisit your own hurts. Each entry is a snapshot "of time or geography where the footfalls left imprints." One can't help but recall the famous words of C.S. Lewis, "Friendship is born at that moment when one person says to another, 'What! You, too? I thought I was the only one!'" Be sure to have a box of tissues handy, you are sure to make connections, possibly even discover some things you didn't know about yourself. By the end, you will be so grateful to the writers for working through their nightmares, for baring their hurts, for validating yours, and assuring you there is hope even in the darkest of days. There is light above, and light within you. I had the pleasure of meeting two of the authors at a book signing, and their light shines so bright; they have lived the pain and have turned it into a passion to minister to others. I highly recommend this book for anyone on a healing journey who has loved and lost, lived through a traumatic event, or fought to overcome a pain that took over their whole being. Brava, ladies. xoxo

The Managers (also available reading on lady tales podcast)

They have stood behind their talent for five years. They arranged their lives, and put out their fires. They wanted a chance at the spotlight and they got it. The managers of the all girl author group have their own TV show and their own problems. Assistant Manager to Grace has trouble at home he is trying to hide from the viewing public. Grace is looking to become the sole manager of the group, and Sean will turn everyone's world upside down for some respect. The camera's are rolling on everyone's life in two reality shows. While The managers try to guard not only their secrets, but the secrets of their talent on the biggest night of their careers so far.

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 Haillie prepares for a job interview with the charity Experienced People, the only firm that returned her calls. There’s just one problem: the firm is owned by her ex-husband, Michael, and the woman who led him to abandon her, Virginia. Despite a botched presentation, and the strong opposition of Michael, she wins the votes of the board of directors, including Virginia’s
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Wow. What a read. The characters are rich and  in-depth. They pull you through the story and make it an enjoyable ride. The setting is brings the 80's to life, and reminds the reader, love, fun hopes and dreams are timeless topics no matter what they are dressed in. Suzanne has captured te essence of the timeless struggles of youth and opportunity.

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And I Thought I Did A Journey Alone

Eleven Women and a few men ages 25-62 take a look around at what they have accomplished with their lives and how they got there. Their journey is shared for one single purpose, so you, the reader can find your Journey. It is time.

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