How Many Lives Does One Person Get?
On February 26, 2011, Anna became the proud owner of her first published book, “Anna’s Journey: How many lives does one person get?” The book chronicles Anna’s many trial and tribulations through life, including some near-death experiences and eight bouts with cancer.
Have you ever heard someone say the Lord moves in mysterious ways; or, that the Lord arranges for me to be in the right place at the right time?
How many times have you heard someone say that cats have nine lives?
How many people can say they’ve faced death or near-death situations and survived nine or more times?
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“Anna’s Journey: How many lives does one person get?” is now available locally in Baltimore, MD:
- Bateman’s Express, 610 Compass Rd, Middle River, 21220
- The Neck Stop, 1015 Back River Neck Rd, Essex, 21221
- 5 Wacky Women, 10255 York Rd, Cockeysville,
- Franklin Square Hospital Gift Shop, 9001 Franklin Square Dr, Rosedale 21237
Being friends with people like Ken Rochon (Perfect Networker) and Patsy Anderson (Well Connected), I must say I can answer those first two questions with a resounding YES! The Lord in my opinion has done amazing things in my life, especially in introducing people to me and then making them influential in my life at just the right time! As for the next two questions, I never really thought about the number of times I have been in a near-death situation. That is true at least until my friends Ken and Patsy suggested I write a book about my amazing life.
Amazing? Me? Once I sat down and made a brief list of my trials and tribulations – and yes, near-death situations, it does seem to be pretty amazing compared to most people’s lives. And so, I made the tough decision of figuring out what to write about and how much to include in each chapter and what would be of interest to those who hopefully buy the book.
Would you or someone you know be interested in reading the story of someone who saw two teens killed by a lighting strike? Would it be amazing to read about that same girl surviving a car accident where the driver was killed and probably should have killed her as well? Doesn’t sound too exciting? What if this same person is diagnosed with Lupus, has a heart “episode” at 49, and has journeyed through cancer eight times? Many people have said they are astonished at what I’ve experienced. They are also astounded to hear my cancer story. More than a few people have said they are amazed that I am still alive and looking so well — and so, I’ve decided to be a very active Perfect Networker team member by writing my story.
I hope my story provides interesting reading for all, but also that it has a positive impact on the lives of those who have traveled a rough road as I have done, as well as for those who love and care for them.
With Much Love,