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  • In her memoir, And Still I Cry, Barbara chronicles with disarming honesty her journey from poverty, physical and sexual abuse and drug addiction to personal and professional success and fulfillment. Hoping that her story will inspire others to overcome their own obstacles, Barbara shares deeply private experiences and how she turned pain into purpose and fear into fuel. A powerful testimonial to the resiliency of the human spirit, And Still I Cry is a rare and inspiring story of courage, dignity and determination in the face of unimaginable odds.
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  • Yes You Can is about how to start and operate a business while pursuing your personal goals. It is both inspirational, informative, educational and a step-by-step plan to success. This book is a must read for potential entrepreneurs, novices and the experienced business owner. It details steps to achieve success through entrepreneurship
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  • Someday Is Now is every woman’s story who is trying to change her life and make a better life for herself and her family. This book shows the true spirit of a woman and how she made it in spite of the odds against her. The author discusses turning obstacles into opportunities, chaos into challenges, challenges into possibilities, and possibilities into accomplishments. She expounds on determination, persistence and not allowing anyone to define your limitations. She focuses on loving yourself, not worrying about what you cannot do and thanking God for what you can do.
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  • Eyes of the Beholder is about several women who struggle with different challenges professionally, spiritually and personal. It focuses on several types of relationships and social-ills with which we are faced daily. Eyes of the Beholder, allows women to understand that they may have junk in their trunk, but they can use that junk to help others. Eyes of the Beholder shows that love has nothing to do with race or a dress size. It talks about not allowing a disability to define who you are. The book is not about sex, it’s about love.
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  • Mind Bungee Jumping contains 55 original poems and 2,000 motivational quotations. It contains words of faith, love, inspiration, motivation, and encouragement. I use original quotations, quotations of others, Bible scriptures, prayers, and poems to prompt readers to follow their dreams, strive for success, inner peace, and to live their best life. This book contains lessons learned from my life’s experiences.
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  • Bend in the Road is about reinventing yourself after the death of a loved one. Often when our spouses, or significant other precedes us in death, we feel alone in life and we do not want to continue living without our companion. This book is about my life after my husband’s death. It’s my testimony of how God changed me into a woman, who learned how to travel the road of life alone and teach others along the way. I share with the reader how I dealt with suddenly living alone, without the love of my life by my side. I discuss my depression and how I got through that difficult time.
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