Every week we will introduce to you a new book from various book tour companies. This week’s selection comes from Write Now Literary.
Write Now Literary Co. was founded by Paulette Harper an Amazon # 1, two-time award-winning, best-selling author, speaker, and storyteller strategist. Paulette has helped hundreds of aspiring authors write, publish and market their books. With over 7 years in the publishing industry and 11 published works, her coaching includes workshops, group coaching, and one on one training. As a storyteller strategist, she teaches emerging storytellers how to tap into their creativity by turning their words into stories that will transform the lives of readers.
This way we get to find out about new books and the authors are introduced to a new audience. Basically, it’s a win-win kinda situation. And the icing on the bookish cake is the giveaway at the end. I mean who doesn’t love a giveaway.
Sometimes it’s the conversations not had that do the most damage to the people in our lives. Hard Conversations is a collection of short stories detailing the lives of five urban people who are standing at the intersection of their past and their potential. Sensing that something is still off in the lives that they have built, each has to make the crucial decision whether to address their secrets long buried, or to continue living in the uncomfortable matrix they created. Only they can decide what their future will bring.
Our gifting often becomes our prison. I wrote this book to pull back the mask on our experience in the hopes that it compels us to confront our learned ability to white wash our pain with our talent and giftings. We are often taught that the greatest value that we bring to the world is solely present in what we do, what we earn, or how well we play. In reality our greatest value is in the stories that we can articulate to those we influence once we have reached the other side of trauma. Trauma that tried to silence our voice, trauma that caused a part of us to die in the fight, and trauma that threatened us to stay silent after our experience with it because we should just be grateful that we made it to the other side.
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