This book is bargain priced from 12/24/2013 until 12/31/2013
Is the glass half empty or half full? Ironically, sometimes life influences our view, and alters our perception.
Life changing events, up to 1997, almost destroyed me. At my lowest point, and just in time, I met Nigel. He helped me to discover how a positive attitude can change everything. I decided not to squander anymore of my time or energy on undeserving people.
This new positive approach helps me to perceive my glass as half full, with my aim being to achieve a happy and healthy life for my family. Together, we live life to the full. In 2008 and with good times ahead of us, my glass was half full. As a family, we made the biggest and most difficult decision of our lives; part of our family would immigrate to Australia.
We lived the Australian dream; embracing the adventure until adversity came to test us. A sequence of life changing events including, a close family bereavement, PTSD ( Post Traumatic Stress Disorder,) following a road rage car accident and the shock of losing the roots to our Australian adventure as a result of the Brisbane floods tested us on many levels.
Glass Half Full follows our journey into happy, sad and challenging times. Find out, what it takes to survive, when the odds are stacked against you. Do you fight back, and if so at what cost physically and emotionally? Could we maintain our positivity and family values against the odds?
This is our story.
Targeted Age Group: 25 to 55
Book Price: $0.99
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How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
It’s a true account not fiction so its honest.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Write as if no one will ever read it, this keeps it real especially the emotion.
My name is Sarah Jane; I am a wife and mother, and for 27 years I was a qualified nurse. I have always loved writing and for the majority of my life it was confined to my journals. However, at a time when you have to make life-changing decisions, what really counts is what is inside you, how you feel and the love of the people around you. Sitting in a caravan in Queensland after the floods contemplating our future, my husband Nigel, said, “If you want to be a writer you need to just do it. Do something about it, learn how to write or just write.” Taking these words to heart, I realised that, I was the only one who could make it happen. So I did. I enrolled in two Diploma courses. A Diploma in Journalism and a Diploma in Creative Writing; I started my first assignment, in our caravan whilst we were still trying to work out our future. I currently live in Southwest France with my husband, and with his support, I now write full time. I am busy writing the sequel,’ Two suitcases, two dogs and one big idea’ which follows our French adventure. We are currently renovating a rural French cottage and life is good.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
My book is about my life during our time in Australia when we experienced happy, sad and challenging experiences.