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The Spark That Survived Paperback – February 2, 2016
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Myra Lewis Williams is only five feet tall, yet she stands as a shining beacon of hope and inspiration to any woman who has ever struggled through life’s deepest depths of despair. In this memoir, with her own brand of unflinching, down-to-earth, humorous, Southern storytelling, she reveals how she crawled out of the darkness and came to stand in the light of building a new life for herself. Myra hopes that her story will show women that they are stronger than they know, and that if she could overcome her own misguided decisions and life’s most tragic misfortunes, they can, too. As Myra says, “This is a book about how to overcome life’s worst tragedies and your own dumbass decisions.”
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I have previously read "Great Ball of Fire" by Myra and "Whola Lotta Shakin" by her father;
both books kept me really entertained.
Learned a lot about the life of very talented individuals, witnesses and contributors to the
birth of R & R. Myra been there from the start.
Now very successful business lady, "The Spark That Survived" summed it all.
I definitely recommend this book. Excellent read!!!
I enjoyed reading about Myra's side of the story. She really had a tough time and has survived to tell about it. She now has a very handsome husband who treats her as a queen. It would be an honor to meet her someday.
I had no idea about the two country singers that were JLL's cousins. Great story and every eye opening.
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