||Jan 1, 2009
In the book, Louise reveals the intimate details of her life’s most difficult experiences in such a personal way, that others can become aware of the goodness that exists in tragedy and the strength out of sadness.
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Living with Victory After Past Mistakes
"Living with Victory After Past Mistakes" was published by Xlibris. January 20, 2009 became a special day for two reasons. First, President -elect Obama became the first African American President and Second, Xlibris made my book available for sale online.
Inside my book I use acronyms, quotes, Biblical scriptures, poetry, pictures, and prayers to give my interpretation of truth, unity, wisdom, God, and life by sharing personal mistakes I have made and mistakes made by others towards me.
According to the Foreword written by Ron Bennett, "Very interesting how Louise peeled away parts of her soul to reveal and discover herself, becoming aware of goodness that exists in tragedy and the strength out of sadness...Overall, this book was refreshingly honest, inspiring, and good reading. Louise's book was a lesson in humility and finding love, love of one's self.
Thoughts from Carmen Carter, CJC Media Group, "Living With Victory is a collection of Ms. Bannerman's emotional rollercoaster to the final resting place--repentance. The poems are spiked with apporpriately selected scriptures, and in the end, carefully selected resources are provided for those seeking a way out of their own turmoil. It worked for her and will undoubtedly help countless others."
As of 1/20/09, I am an official self-published author. My book is available at Xlibris Book Store, Authorsden.com Bookstore, Amazon, Barnes and Noble. Contact me at : 313-218-2810.
Regardless to what we have done, we should shed the light of truth on others. Through God we can share our experieces with them. Our testimonies will be like a light to keep them from going down the same path of darkness.
Beverly Welch, Author, The Art of Walking through Fires
"Pain echoes throughout the generations and the cries remain the same. Living with Victory After Past Mistakes unlocks the door to everything done in the dark and exposes it to the light."
"Very interesting how Louise peeled away parts of her soul to reveal and discover herself, becoming aware of goodness that exists in tragedy and the strength out of sadness...Overall, this book was refreshingly honest, inspiring, and good reading. Louise's book was a lesson in humility and finding love, love of one's self.
Janice Smith, Author, I Saw Forever on Beacon Street
Few people endeavor to share their personal struggles and glaring mistakes as Louise Bannerman has done in her book Living with Victory After Past Mistakes. With courage and candor, Ms. Bannerman reveals the intimate details of her life's most difficult experiences.
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