"A self-help memoir about one woman overcoming a broken marriage and alcoholism to find spiritual fulfillment . . . The author also offers concrete, valuable examples of how the 'feminine Divine' can help turn trauma into spiritual wisdom, which should particularly appeal to fans of Louise Hay’s work. A sassy, colorful take on New-Age insights." ―Kirkus Reviews "Muldoon delivers a valiant, generous story that gives women a fresh perspective on being savvy, sacred, and sexy. She shares a step-by-step blueprint for shedding old, worn out beliefs and embracing our authentic selves. This is girl power at its most inspired!" ―Tammy Letherer author, The Buddha at My Table "Maureen reminds us to pay attention and follow the signs and signals of the Universe that lead us to the life of our dreams. To remember, even in the midst of the depths of despair, that endings are always beginnings, that we are writing our own stories in collaboration with the Divine Creator that lives within us, to never give up when the chips are down, because the Goddess will burn down our limited expectations and deliver something bigger, badder, and bolder than we could ever dream of ourselves." ―Cathy Richardson, lead singer Jefferson Starship “It’s like two books in one: a ‘how-to’ instruction manual on how to connect with the Divine Feminine and become a strong and spiritual woman, as well as a beautifully written true story from whence Muldoon’s life lessons came. It’s a story that will pull you in, make you laugh and cry, and inspire you to follow Muldoon and become your best self!” ―Bethany Rooney, television producer/director “Maureen Muldoon is a wonderful storyteller . . . she navigates her life with honesty and humor.” ―Mindy Sterling, actress, Austin Powers "This true story is about a woman whose husband leaves her for Miss Universe. Miss f*cking Universe. And I thought I had trust issues. Muldoon details her feelings of loss, anger, and denial in a funny and candid way, and her journey towards liberation is one you’ll be rooting for." ―Betches, "5 Self-Help Books That Aren't Corny"
About the Author
Maureen Muldoon is a writer, motivational speaker, author, and life coach who spent twenty years working in TV and film as an actress. She lives in La Grange, Illinois and Madeline Island, WI with her trophy husband and their four kids. She is the founder of SpeakEasy Spiritual Community, an incubator of awesomeness, and Voice Box Stories, where people find their voice. She is the author of Giant Love Song and the children’s book The Life of A Sandcastle. Her poetry, personal essay, fiction, and creative nonfiction have appeared in Story Lab, Lit Up, Booby Trap, Story, Actors Access, Voice Box, Risk! and Voyage Chicago. She blogs about creativity, spirituality, and storytelling at MaureenMuldoon.com