Linda DeBlanco


Linda DeBlanco was born in Hollywood, California in the golden days of tinsel town. She grew up and went through school surrounded by movie studios in Burbank, where she married and had two children. Divorcing after nine years of domestic bliss and leaving behind the typical housewife life, she entered the world of business in Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties where she successfully earned big bucks, raised her kids and seemed to have it all. Everything but peace and happiness, that is. At 43 she set out to unravel her life and determine why everything EXCEPT happiness was easily within her reach. The important lessons she learned are the essence of SUPERMOM: The Lost Child. Profiting from her enlightenment far more than monetarily, Linda now lives peacefully and happily ever after as a retiree, on the shores of beautiful Lake Atitlan in the foothills of Guatemala.

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Get Packing: If Not Now, When?
Price: $8.00 USD. Words: 53,530. Language: English. Published: June 30, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Travel » Budget
Comes a time in life when you get to retire and do what you want and you always wanted to see the world. Trouble is a number of things that seem quite reasonable are standing in your way. Besides being fun to read, this book has one very important purpose - to help you work through those things so you can grab your passport (or go get one) and take off NOW to realize your travel dreams!
Supermom: The Lost Child
Price: $7.00 USD. Words: 53,530. Language: English. Published: June 29, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Adult Children of Substance Abusers
This book is about what can happen to adults who have grown up in traumatic or alcoholic homes. We look great, are successful, often have it all, yet never truly achieve peace, contentment and happiness. This book explores what happened, how it impacted us and what to do about it. Don't feel alone if even having it all doesn't work. See what really happened so you can truly have it all!

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