Spoiler Alert! It is captivating and inspiring so mark your calendar.
Yesterday, I snuggled in front of the fire to begin reading Laura’s soon to be released book, “She Wrote it Down.” I got up only to make the occasional cup of tea: I could not put it down. This book is a page-turner which may sound unusual for a self-help book.
Trust me. And not only that, it’s a game-changer.
It felt as if Laura was holding my hand through each chapter. The more she shared her story, warts and all, the more identifiable it became. Not only survivors of abuse, those struggling with addiction, people who live in a place of shame but really anyone can relate. Now, I have walked next to Laura since we reconnected in 2014, after a 35-year separation. We have been through a lot together and we share a lot with each other. STILL, I took so much away from it.
(Did I mention that we talk at least ninety times a day?)
It has grit, grace and pure honesty. My beautiful cousin unabashedly shares her trauma, it’s aftermath and how it manifested itself in her life. But then, she shares how she decided to stop letting shame tell her story. And that is where it turns powerfully inspiring.
Then, she shares what she did to change the pattern.
I am so proud of Laura, of all that she has done for herself and is doing for others daily. You will probably read “She Wrote It Down” more than once. And I’d be willing to bet that you will gift it to others.
And guess what? I could probably arrange for an autographed copy.
Release Date: January 23, 2018, and will be available on Amazon.