AJ Wootton’s early love of reading sparked a lifelong dream to become a writer.

After a three-decade career in business, she debuts as an author, sharing her own heartfelt story. Her calling as an author is to craft stories that entertain and inspire.

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Clear Storytelling

Smooth style, near-perfect mechanics and clear storytelling make for a compelling read. This is easily one of the best memoirs I’ve read in years, and far better than most novels as well. 
 
Can’t rave enough about the quality of the storytelling!
Idony Lisle, M.A.

Brilliantly Written

Brilliantly written, absolutely compelling memoir – almost more a novel than a memoir.

AJ does a great job of getting her readers to keep turning pages, because they cannot wait to find out what is going to happen next.

AJ does a great job of switching back-and-forth in time, as she remembers her childhood while at the same time keeping the readers in a contemporary framework so that the story can advance in real time.

AJ’s story is sad and difficult, but constantly paints a picture of a better tomorrow. Her readers cannot help but root for her and her family to emerge into that new, bright tomorrow.

Bottom line, this is a very fine manuscript, by a very fine writer with a fascinating story to tell.

Bill Worth
Editor, and Author of the novels “House of the Sun: A Metaphysical Novel of Maui,” and “The Hidden Life of Jesus Christ: A Memoir,” and the Author of a non-fiction book exploring his 28-year journey with multiple sclerosis: “Outwitting Multiple Sclerosis: How Forgiveness Helped Me Heal My Brain By Changing My Mind.”ear journey with multiple sclerosis: “Outwitting Multiple Sclerosis: How Forgiveness Helped Me Heal My Brain By Changing My Mind.”

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