Christine's Kilimanjaro: My Suburban Climb Up the Mountain of Life
DescriptionThe author chronicles her journey of life by starting with a vision board she created one fateful night and how using this tool helped manifest her dreams into reality. A hysterical and tender look into one woman's life filled with the "ordinary extraordinary." A husband of twenty years, growing teens, suburbia bliss or lack thereof, and a devoted career in helping heal cancer patients left her feeling "What about me?" Christine's Kilimanjaro is an honest and brave look at one woman's struggle to finally understand it's time to be your own tour guide up the mountain of life!
Morgan James Publishing
March 17, 2015
5.98 X 0.42 X 9.02 inches | 0.6 pounds
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About the Author
Christine Malone began writing at the age of nine. Her love of classic black-and-white movies was always her favorite muse when she wrote her inspirational short stories. She spent many years as a substitute teacher and was PTA president for six consecutive years at her children's elementary school. In 2008 she was awarded the Jefferson Award of Excellence in Public Service, along with a nomination for The United Way's Outstanding Volunteer of the Year Award. As a nurse, today she spends her days among many unsung heroes as they wage the war against cancer. She was recently chosen by Florida Hospital, her current employer, to be featured in the Heart and Faces Calendar for 2014, setting a stellar example in her patient care service. This is Christine's first published manuscript.