Something Significant, Instructive, and Graceful. Really?
I’ve always been a tomboy, a person who tries to do too much and as a result, always feels like I’m in a rush. So graceful is not a word I would apply to myself. Because I relied on Jesus Christ to guide me through the writing of this book, however, any grace that reviewers like Marion Roach Smith find is acknowledgement that Christ worked through me. Thanks, Marion, for such lovely words to describe my book.
Chris Manion has created a handbook, in the form of a memoir,
on how to let the beauty of life be a feast for the soul. Through
trial and triumph, she carefully examines the potential in each moment,
and each time breaks through to something significant, instructive and
It is a joy to behold.
This may not be what we expect from a
corporate superstar, but it is what we get from her generosity of spirit,
the result of which is real insight into living life in the light.
—Marion Roach Smith, author of The Memoir Project,
A Thoroughly Non-Standardized Text for Writing & Life