Author Writes A Memoir With A Purpose
Online PR News – 14-August-2018 – Minneapolis MN – Patricia Zona writes a memoir that empowers people through sharing some of her most gripping experiences over the years. Her book, The Value of a Homemaker births from her burning passion to help those who go through difficult times and hardships. To inspire and teach valuable life lessons learned when understanding the beginning or knowing the root of the problems that surround them. One at a time the puzzle or the mystery of life will unfold.
Over the years, life has become more complicated and convoluted. More often, problems are created for business to profit instead of addressing the hidden problems. Those who are unaware, inexperienced or trusting are at the mercy of those who make the laws. And sometimes, the ones who break the law. New designer laws giving special privilege in high places to be used for their unholy purposes off of the unsuspecting and unprotected people in their path. Serious issues are being ignore. Never brought to light of understanding. More people adversely affected. Financially and physically. While inaccurate information pervasive continually mislead and insidiously erodes our society. That's too important to ignore.
Through this book, Zona shares not only her experiences but also, she shares the resolutions, her coping mechanism, and her positivity to every reader. She hopes that her purpose of writing this book will bring a better understanding to every individual; that there is absolutely nothing wrong with discussing an issue to people whom one trusts. There are major events needed to be addressed. Instead are taken for granted, even when the truth is what is needed for understanding and finding the most effective solution. Most importantly, there are many sources available, like Zona's book for instance. Can inspire through knowledge of opening the door to our own reason and purpose of knowing for the good of all.
About the Author:
Patti Zona was born in Neptune, New Jersey.
Life was challenging even when she was growing up. Still, she persevered. She always felt fortunate having loving sisters and brothers. She would marry at a young age, incorporating her love of the arts, music, and dance into her home, family for her children. She found her gifts and talents a way to express and release in her life. She and her husband would achieve tremendous success in their marriage. Their difference complimented. She was the heart of the family. He was driven by his successes. Until, one too many. They would divorce after many years, but not a typical divorce. Her life would be on hold for years. Yet, during this time, her volunteer work at the Crisis Center, the Nursery Crisis Center and as a Guardian Ad litem was her way of trying to make a better difference.
Finally her experiences too vast - on and off court, she was compelled to write - to enlighten, inspire and awaken the consciousness - to regain dignity and real reason and purpose to be recognized through knowing the truths in our experiences. We all can make a better difference.
Paperback: 368 pages
Publisher: Xlibris (December 15, 2009)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.8 x 9 inches
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