Towards Understanding

This book is a collection of 125 non-fiction poems written in chronological order. It is a true story of a young pre-teen female growing up on her own, struggling to survive, breaking the chains of inner demons and finally growing towards understanding of her value and purpose in life – but not quite reaching it.
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About Lillian Brummet

Lillian began exploring blogging in 2004 soon after publishing her first book, starting with the features that MySpace had available at that time. Later, she switched over to BlogSpot and has been there ever since. The Conscious Discussions Blog ran with daily posts for nearly 12 years, before slowing down to producing new posts every-other day. After much prompting from experienced, well-known members of the media, Lillian began exploring the idea of hosting her own radio show. With Dave's photography and graphic design skills and the audio equipment in AngleHill studio to work with... the radio show bloomed from airing a 1/2 hour twice a week, to a full 1-hour radio show that aired 3 times per week from 2007-2013. There are now more than 700 archived episodes for people to access via her site:
Lillian's passion for writing, blogging and radio hosting stems from the noticeable difference this kind of media has on individuals, influencing them to create positive change in their surroundings. The Brummets experience a thrill every time they hear from fans who tell them the changes they have been inspired to make. What an amazing feeling! Of course, blogging also offers many networking and promotion opportunities, which the Brummets are more than willing to share with like-minded people.
There are now 6 books (and eBooks) available with 2 more in the works. Trash Talk Book 1, Trash Talk book 2, Towards Understanding, Rhythm and Rhyme, Purple Snowflake Marketing, Jump Start for Writers.

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