Edna J. White
Edna J. White is a born inspirational writer of 13 books and counting, all of which she worked feverishly to catalog in Barnes & Nobel's and in local Long Island libraries, to give her work "voice".
Edna realized that her writings were part of her journey of worthy stories about her human condition using examples from her life.
Giving 25 years of her life to the ministry as an Evangelist, Edna, materialized in her contribution to the community, through 2nd Chance Services a non-profit organization supporting parolees & the signature publishing company Wounded to Wonderful.
She continues to be one of the forces behind course work for Mind Body Spirit in Business, a series of courses specializing enlightened entrepreneurs.
Through public speaking she has given "voice" to her now 5 STAR book, "Stuff,!" encouraging sexual abuse survivors to live fully and align with their mind, bodies, & emotions to a thriving enriched life.
She has been a featured guest on a number of radio and internet TV shows, memorably "Mike from Maine Show", "Lana Read Show Live" & as the featured author with a successful "MumsRu" a UK online magazine.
White bases her teaching and writing on what she calls "real-time for real life lessons", where she begins with her writings with "Am I Fit?"; This began her self-study activities with a spiritual outlook steeped in universal themes of finding your purpose.
While living in China for a year, Edna tried her hand at her first children's book in honor of her students in Jinan, China. "Friends Learn" which has been considered by the book buyers of Toys R Us. And which is now in local libraries of the USA.
She continues to share her enriched background through publishing additional books including her leading title "The Keys to the Kingdom". Her mission in life is to access God's gift of creativity to inspire, touch people's mind, bodies and spirits with love and compassion to bring out the original YOU.
Where to find Edna J. White online
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Stuff!: Giving Voice to the Secret of Childhood Sexual Abuse
by Edna J. White
When writing this book, I was only capable of remembering the horror and the shameful experiences yet I was incapable of recalling my feelings or emotions in relation to those events. It took me years to clearly envision the right way to recovery. Throughout this journey of my to healing, I learned how to not only survive but to recover the emotional damage I sustained, through this book.
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Smashwords book reviews by Edna J. White
on April 18, 2015
This story of an impetuous young girl cast me to mind of "Alice in Wonderland" not as brilliantly focused but just as welcome in its more ambitious, wide-ranging way.
The lead in was hard to get through and I found the grammar didn't have the smoothness as some of the book. It's a mystery fantasy packed with puns and twists.
For me, as I read on, there were perhaps too many subplots for Roaleen to knit together with complete success but by no means too many to keep readers absorbed to the end.
While the author, Arielle seriously pens the words with flow, it can be hard for readers to always do the same. The book requires readers to just give into the stilliness and give up to the fantasy of it all. Young adults get ready to enjoy!