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She is a single mom; a college student and... a drug addicted bothered of herself. She is a looser wishing to be “someone” without changing any of the wrongs of her life... In a few words: she needed a really shocking event to bring her back to follow the Christian principles she was taught, and... she got it! ENCOUNTER WITH MYSELF is not a fictional story. It’s the story of a drug addicted young lady who was 105 days in a coma, return to our world by Jesus’ hand and received the blessing of not one, not two, but three miracles that turned her entire life around exchanging the original looser into an exceptional winner after a very hard times. The experience lived for this today happy mother of a handsome teenager, is a really important teaching for the present and future generations. ENCOUNTER WITH MYSLEF not only shows the slavery of the drug addictions and its consequences, it’s also a showing of the rehabilitation fighting and its real successful winning possibilities engaged in a hard renewing where the faith played the principal role. The book is written in a very nice and easy to read way, where the fictional imagination is mixed with the crude reality to guide the reader through the narration until a successful and happy end. However, due to the frightening experiences of a real life showed, its reading is recommend it as a live example for young people and addicted ones, because it is a model of motivational and inspirational self help under the power of the Christian faith. The author is a journalist and fiction writer that raided for first time in a real life long story, inspired by the impressive life of a woman who not only is an example of tenacity but also a real Christian faith follower with a deep coma visions experience.
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Monica Kenia Lopez is a professional journalist with a B.A. in Communications from Havana University since 1974, which developed a successful career as press reporter, radio scriptwriter, and marketing specialist. Exercising her career, she also created, wrote and published for 5 years a 48-page 4-color magazine. Finishing the 90's decade, she worked as independent journalist against the Cuban regimen, defending her country's Human Rights under the nickname of Monike de Motas, which gained international notoriety for her truth's love and direct prose. Beginning the present century, she received asylum in U.S. as she was under political prison's risk, having to destroy a long novel about undercover operations and a couple of shorter pieces that never were known. Actually, she is a freelance writer and a Spanish translator located in South Florida. To know more about the author, visit http://writingsvcs.com.
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