“Funny and relatable!” ~ Jenny Lawson, New York Times bestselling author of Let’s Pretend This Never Happened: A Mostly True Memoir
“Truly a humbling and inspiring read from start to finish.” – Readers’ Favorite
“Powerful life lessons delivered humorously!” – onlinebookclub.org
“Candid, self-effacing, and refreshingly devoid of vanity, Ewing’s authentic voice makes for an engaging read.” –The BookLife Prize
A laugh-out-loud memoir/self-help crossover of one woman’s bumpy path toward finding herself.
Told through vignettes with refreshing candour, Jackie Ewing imparts wisdom in a charming, relatable and down-to-earth manner in Life Lessons from a Late Bloomer.
This book is for those who stumble through life, bumping into inanimate objects (and apologizing profusely) as they traverse the world.
Jackie Ewing is a stumbler.
She has stumbled around the world, bumping into green paint, bears, bullet holes, rattlesnakes, interlopers, errant camels, flying mattresses, and even … giant testicles.
From growing up in small-town Ontario to teaching in countries far and wide, Jackie has had many opportunities to bump into wisdom.
Although a slow learner, she eventually unearthed ten life lessons from her myriad adventures.
Life Lessons from a Late Bloomer, Vignettes of a Small-Town Girl, is a perfect book for fellow stumblers.
Jackie Ewing’s wonderful way with words will delight you, make you think, and remind you not to take yourself so very seriously. When you turn the last page, you will feel like you just spent a few hours with your new best friend.
Order your copy today, sit back and enjoy the ride through this humourous, inspiring, and touching memoir.
Vignettes are grouped via themes rather than told chronologically.