Letters from the Cocoon
Strategic Book Publishing, 2009 - 106 pages
An Inspirational Account Of Complex Lives Of Modern Women. As the fight for women s equality broadens opportunities, it also adds greater responsibilities to women s lives. Trying to find a balance between personal obligations and professional advancement can be a full time job in and of itself. Letters from the Cocoon describes this delicate balance by comparing the life experiences of the professional woman to the stages of metamorphosis of the butterfly. It addresses the conflict many women encounter as the needs of their families collide with their professional obligations and goals. "Monica skillfully combines her wit and wisdom into a powerful book that enlightens and provides much needed healing to the working woman's spirit. Letters from the Cocoon is beautifully written, a joy to read and impossible to put down!" -Sheri Baker, spiritual growth consultant and author of Pocket Prayers "Letters from the Cocoon is an outstanding book about faith and how to get the courage to find it. Kudos to Monica! She delivers a must read for all who are on the path of spiritual renewal." -Erroll Bailey, MD, author of Mr. Dream Merchant "Monica speaks directly to the overachiever in all of us. Her book provides much insight and inspiration to women who are trying to be so many things to so many people, but are losing themselves in the process. It definitely leaves you wanting more!" -Kathy Lewis, author of It Is Done - Miracles Still Happen! About the Author: Forty-six year old Monica Ewing is an entertainment attorney, part-time judge and college professor. She graduated from Emory University School of Law in Atlanta, Georgia where she lives with her husband and three children. Letters from the Cocoon is her first book. "
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