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Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Teresa Morrow Reviews Wise Woman Collection

Title:Wise Woman Collection: Courage of the Soul
Author: Marion Elizabeth Witte and Melissa Murphy
Author's Web site link:
Genre or category: Inspirational Stories: Personal Growth
ISBN-10: 0988241102
ISBN-13: 978-0988241107
Publisher: Wise Owl Publishing, Inc.
Reviewer's rating 5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed by Teresa Morrow originally for Amazon

About the book:
Book Description
Where Have You Triumphed in Your Own Life?
It takes a tremendous amount of courage to live a human life.
Each of us is a warrior, taking a personal heroic journey, facing the
challenges and obstacles presented to us along the way.
There are those crossroads that appear, turning points where one must
choose between living a life of victory and succumbing to the curse of
defeat.  These moments of truth are marked by defining events that
challenge the human spirit to reach deep within to find courage at the
soul level.  From those depths we must summon and bring forth what is
required to create a life of meaning and worth.  It’s a call to courage –
to face our fears and to overcome – to suffer trials and to conquer.
Courage of the Soul is a book that chronicles the life-changing events of
ordinary people who found their measure of courage, and through their will
and determination they have not only survived their circumstances, but
they persevered.  And having persevered, they triumphed.
In Courage of the Soul, the reader will find a connection between the
narrated stories and their own life experiences.  In reality, the stories
of each of us are the stories of all of us.  And in our own unique way,
each of us has met life’s challenges by taking the journey required to
unearth the courage of our own soul.

About Marion:

Ms. Witte holds bachelors degree in business administration and
accounting, and she has received several academic and professional awards,
including graduating Summa Cum Laude from college and completing her
education in three years. Upon passing the licensing exam while a junior
in college, she became the youngest CPA in the United States that year.
While in Minneapolis she worked for an international public accounting
firm and she served as president of the National Association of
Accountants and the American Society of Women Accountants. She moved into
general business management after leaving public accounting, and served as
the executive vice president for one of the largest tour operators in the
upper Midwest.  Upon moving to California, she became a partner in a
jewelry manufacturing company, and subsequently formed a computer
consulting firm, a real estate development company, a CPA firm and a
publishing company.

Submitted by author advocate Teresa Morrow, aka The Author's Cheerleader
Promotion Manager for Spiritual Authors & Speakers, Inspirational Author/Poet/Coach. She is author of
Life Lessons from the Heart (2012 Smashwords)
DISOWNED: A Journey of Transformation from Abandonment to Healing (2013 Amazon Kindle) Learn more about her at
and at @teresamorrow

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