Don't you just love jumping for joy?

Don’t you just love jumping for joy?

You have? Great!

Nope. No. Nah.

Nope. No. Nah.

You haven’t? Well, what’s stopping you? It can’t be the price! There’s still TWO days left to get a FREE copy of the e-book. Just click here to get the link.

Maybe you think that the life story of an alcoholic Boomer woman who’s divorced and has a crap basket full of health problems just isn’t your “thang.”

Think again. The best memoirs (let’s assume mine is in that category), are not about the person telling the tales, but about the reader.

What’s that you say?

It’s true (according to me).

The best memoirs (still, mine is in that same category) tell the universal story of what it means to be a human being living an imperfect life. Sound familiar?

Just to give you an example, Here is a transcription from a hand-written “thank you” note I got from a 21-year-old female. She sent it to me after reading my book.

“Lorna, you are such an empowered woman. Reading your book was one of the best parts of my summer. Your light shines through. Always. Learning about everything you have been through and how you have excelled made you such an inspiration to me. I just wanted to say thank you for opening up to the world and sharing your life. If you can be that brave, then so can I.”

This book is not an autobiography; it is a book filled with lessons on how to face life’s curve balls–when to duck and when to put up your mitt. It’s not Chick-Lit; it’s Hum-Lit.

Please tell everyone you know about the book and pretty please write a review on Amazon.

None of the fine reviews the the 1st edition garnered came along with the 2nd edition. So PLEASE fill up that Amazon page with reviews! Thanks!

None of the fine reviews the 1st edition garnered came along with the 2nd edition. I tried HARD to get to them, but couldn’t. So PLEASE fill up that Amazon page with reviews! Thanks!

As you are reading this, I’m recovering from surgery, so don’t be surprised if I don’t respond to any of you for a little while. Sorry about that…Hey, more fodder for a sequel to my memoir, right?