I believe we all have the capacity to be awesome. One day early this year, I was feeling down, and I gave myself a pep talk. I liked what I was telling myself so much that I scribbled it down – and that’s how my latest book, Finding Awesome (Rescued Hearts, Book 4), began.
This subject fascinates me, and it has for years. At one point in my book, the heroine, Bronte, says, ““I can’t fix everyone. Not if they have a mental illness, a chemical imbalance, or a clinical depression. Or even a trauma.”
Bronte believes that, for the rest of us, if we change the way we think, we can change the way we feel about ourselves and others and about life. You can read what Dr. Andrew Weil says on the subject. Or you can read my book. Or do both!
Here’s the cover and the blurb:
He was desperate…
Neurosurgeon and widower Paul Thorpe’s thirteen-year-old daughter needs help. A genius in the operating room, he’s clueless as a father. Then he catches a segment on TV about a woman who conducted a successful eight-week boot camp to help teenage girls find their awesome…
He makes her an offer she can’t refuse…
Psychologist and life coach Bronte McPhee is too busy building her Finding Your Awesome empire to take time for romance. But she can’t turn down the money Paul offers. She and her Cavalier King Charles spaniel travel to the chillier climes of Wisconsin. After all, she’ll be back in Georgia soon.
But she’d forgotten that in eight weeks, anything could happen….
I know many women who are going through stuff that would make other people bitter and angry, and they’re still upbeat and positive. I also know others who are healthy and everything seems to be going well in their lives, and they’re angry and miserable. What do you think? Can our thoughts change our attitude and our feelings?
And I see that Finding Awesome is on Amazon now. It should be up everywhere soon!