The Journey Volume 1
By: Ann Betts
Length: 121 pages
Release date: Sep 7, 2013
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A workbook of short stories with "lessons learned" to be used as a tool to inspire you to discover and write your own life's stories.
The following reviews from people of different faiths show that these stories can be used as a tool for you also, to leave a legacy for your family or those whom you cherish.
Kathleen Harris says:
“I chuckled, I giggled, and I alternately nodded and shook my head knowingly. Ann's workbook is an enjoyable journey read as a story as well as a wonderful springboard to launch you into writing your own meaningful life lessons. Through much laughter and a few tears, Ann takes you through personal, yet universal emotions and situations to help remind you of a moment when...“
Peggy Kneidel says:
“Your book is charming, insightful, thoughtful, hysterically funny, and can make you tear up. I have really been enjoying reading it. I am stunned by your words. I have strong religious beliefs and moral values, but I am undereducated in scripture. I love your use of scripture and the weaving of our Lord and His teachings and your ability to recognize them in your life through your missives, without being overbearing. Of course I don't really know you too well, and had no idea what a full life you have lead!! Congratulations, I believe it is a winner.”
Misty Caples says:
“I found Ann's book very uplifting and inspiring. I enjoyed the fact that she allowed the reader to be part of her book by being able to add our own story. You were right there with her while she was going through the experience. It really made me reflect on my own life, and the stories that I have to share that have influenced my life. Ann is a wonderful story teller, and she inspires and uplifts those around her. I look forward to reading more from her.”
Katie Esser says:
"Ann's book is so helpful in encouraging you to be "mindful" in your own life. I find myself so often pushing forward as best I can in the blur of day-to-day, but Ann has reminded me not only to hold on to my daily experiences so that I may build a treasure of memories, but also to reflect on those experiences so that I may glean important lessons from even the most ordinary of events. Thank you, Ann!"