A Mile in Her Shoes

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
“A Mile in Her Shoes” is a semi-fictional tale that combines storytelling, science, and magical realism to transport the reader through 60 years and across two continents. Lytle presents a “life flashed before my eyes” scenario with a twist, chronicling the life of her mother, a Korean-born American full of vim and vigor, who was quick with a dirty joke, and fiercely battled racism and illness. More

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About Judy Lytle

Judy Lytle currently works in non-profit scientific research. She received her PhD in Neuroscience from Georgetown University, and has spent the last 10 years managing research programs for the Federal Government, private philanthropy, and now non-profit. She is an athlete and certified fitness instructor, who has participated in team sports, martial arts, and triathlon her entire life. She lives in Seattle, WA with her loving husband Shamyl Zakariya, two sweet little dachshunds, and one very ungrateful cat. Judy has written one book, "A Mile in Her Shoes," as a tribute to her dearly departed mother, who was indeed a force to be reckoned with.


Review by: BobbieFoedisch on Jan. 20, 2016 :
“This story creates a flood of emotion as Lytle brings us along this vivid journey through time and space over 60 years and across 2 continents in an effort to bring to life the written word of the struggles and joys endured by the strongest woman I have ever known. Captivating the existence of a soul so determined to change her world is no small task. A Mile in Her Shoes is truly compelling, captivating, maddening, saddening, joyous, and humorous. Evoking all of these emotions could leave the readers confused if it wasn’t orchestrated so perfectly, instead these emotions leave the reader fulfilled and wanting to know the woman herself. This is a truly captivating story of one woman’s indomitable spirit, whom I personally strive to emulate every moment of every day. One woman. Our mother. My hero. I love you, Mom… and I think about you every single day. Love,Your Bobbie, Daughter of the Most Exceptional Woman in Life and Death.”
-Bobbie Foedisch, Chief Social Selling Officer, All About Leverage, LLC
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Gregory Emch on Jan. 20, 2016 :
"There’s debate about whether we dream in black and white. Well, whatever this was, it was in high-definition technicolor. On acid. My head trauma opened up new reality, a journey through almost sixty years and across two continents in a matter of minutes."

In a novella filled with vivid imagery, Judy Lytle captures the essence of her mother's engaging history while taking the reader on a journey through the beginning of her life in 1950s war-torn Korea to eventually finding true love with a U.S. Air Force sergeant and following him to America to create their own American dream. The reverent story effortlessly describes a uniquely human experience through the decades: a life filled with happiness, triumphs, and of course, struggles. Dr. Lytle transports the reader directly into the life of a captivating woman, beautiful in her strength and fierce in her expressiveness and love.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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