Read how Deborah got up one day and finally took action in making her dream happen, and where she is today in “Starting Over, Stories of New Beginnings”.

Officially, my story began in February 2015, although you could say it actually started in the early nineties when I was at primary school. It was then that I discovered a love for creative writing. "Of course, at ten years old, it wasn’t a life changing experience....

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Chase Coleman takes you through his journey of how he started over and landed a job that forced him to move cross country to pursue his goal.

"The move from the south to Seattle has truly shaped me into who I am today.  As a college graduate, you think that you have your life mapped out and you are ready to take on the ‘real-world.’  The truth is that we never really have our life fully figured out and...

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Read how Bill Gurnon made a choice that gave him a second chance and changed his life in, “Starting Over, Stories of New Beginnings

"Today, optimism and good choices have blessed me with a happiness I never dreamed possible. I am healthy. Good friends, beautiful music, successful children and a loving wife surround me. I live in a home that’s perfectly suited for my family and my five-acre yard...

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Read how Becky Roy learns how to start over after losing her parents and more in “Starting Over, Stories of New Beginnings”

"How do you repay those who gave you life?  How do you know if they know how much you loved them?  How do you know how to begin your life without them, and not feel guilty, or cry?  All of us will ask these questions at some point in our lives.  While they themselves...

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Anne Pendergrass speaks boldly about her journey after Jack’s death and her anorexic condition battle afterwards in, “Starting Over, Stories of New Beginnings.

"It was the end of the life I cherished. My husband, Jack, lay dying in the bed in front of me. The pain and suffering he endured was a testimony to the love he had for me and our marriage until he drew his final breath". "As the months went by, my anorexic condition...

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5.0 out of 5 stars Super anti-bullying book that also teaches kids about empathy and acceptance.
This is an excellent book. My grandchildren loved it. We had to read it three nights in a row. The story teaches children that even though someone might be different that it is not ok to bully them. We all have abilities, we might just do them differently. Moxie and Christy are great role models who take Lucky under their wing and teach him that although he might be different he is still wonderful. This book is based on a true story.

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