Every Scar Tells a Story

by Victoria K. Mavis & Angelo R. Senese


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Hardcover
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Softcover
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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 11/12/2020

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 324
ISBN : 9781480893948
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 324
ISBN : 9781480893955

About the Book

Fifty-four-year-old Liz Harris is smart, talented, and nearly broke. In desperation, she turns to life coach Rhonda Jackson, whose business is thriving, even though her personal life in not. Can Rhonda help—or will she be stopped as others have by Liz’s halting gait? Unnerved by her visceral reaction to Liz’s disability, Rhonda pushes beyond her own tragic past as they launch a mutual journey to rise above the hurdles to their success.

As Liz starts to resolve her inner conflicts: feelings of rejection, self-doubt, and inadequacy stemming from a childhood accident that left her reliant on a metal crutch to walk; she identifies events that strained the relationship with her adopted parents, doomed her marriage, and stalled her career. However, she’s unwilling to reveal the secret that can set her free, because doing so could irreparably damage the relationship with her sister, Carla. This denial halts her work with Rhonda and breaks their relationship.

Accompanied only by Steve, her forearm crutch, Liz sets out on a sixteen-hundred-mile trip to lay to rest the horror of her childhood trauma, hoping to end the haunting nightmares and transform her innermost resentment for the life she dreamed of—but could never have due to her disability, into one filled with peace, self-fulfillment, and promise for the future.

Inspired by life, the characters share insights to overcome daily adversities that inadvertently or unconsciously place roadblocks for success through one woman’s journey to triumph over a crippling childhood trauma that caused her lifetime disability, thus unleashing her true potential—and possibly yours!


About the Author

Victoria K. Mavis is a speaker, author, and human resource expert. At the age of four, she had a tragic accident that left her partially paralyzed, resulting in a lifelong walking disability. Despite her reliance on a metal crutch to walk and awkward gait, she has a lifetime of conquering great odds and success in a world not built for those with disabilities. She currently resides in Arkansas.

Angelo R. Senese holds degrees from Central Connecticut State University, Kean University, and a doctorate in Educational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University. He has over 45 years of experience as a teacher, coach, and school administrator. He teaches in the College of Education in Professional and Secondary Education at East Stroudsburg University in Pennsylvania.