You'll Get Over It, Jane Ellen
You have a phenomenal resolution to the circumstances of your story. So many people would benefit from it because it shows a person can come out of terrible circumstances and rise above them, offering hope while working towards reconciliation.
-Rev. Dr. Robert Dent
Crafting the story I am anxious to share with you has been alternately terrifying, liberating, disheartening and joyful. But then, there I go having feelings again, a problem I’ve suffered my whole life.
My memoir, You’ll Get Over It, Jane Ellen, is a story about growing up surrounded by thousands of acres of trees in a family where everyone denies their emotions. After leaving home, this private estate was Dad is manager, I discover that I need to replace the trees of my past with people because I have been giving all my love to the bark and leaves and branches there that kindly held my secrets.
Mine is a story about being lost in the woods and is filled with unexpected twists and turns as my sister runs away, my brother joins a cult, and even though I cannot see it, it seems my boss has fallen in love with me. The reader roots for Jane Ellen, hoping she can figure out how to connect with others.
Book groups will have a lot to talk about including isolation, connection, relationships, psychotherapy, trust and family. It is a story of change, and of a person who accepts herself for being human.
Watch this two-minute video book trailer to learn more:
Click on the photo below to learn more about Jane in her blog, My Own Personal Sky.