The Girl In The Krishna Blue Sari by Jacquelyn Raye Davis

The Girl In The Krishna Blue Sari by Jacquelyn Raye Davis
The Girl In The Krishna Blue Sari is a spiritual memoir, a snippet in time of a young woman’s four year journey from a life lived in black and white and ruled by the certainties of right and wrong, to the experience of life as it flows in living color; a life filled with the surprising welcoming of uncertainty, and the fear and joy of not knowing what is to come; and where no judgment can stand the test of time. The story opens in the Tucson desert, mountains in the spring of 1974. After realizing (a three-day stint of non-stop sobbing on mountain ridge near her desert home was her first clue), that the life she had been living was a lie, she sets out on a journey of self-discovery.

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"I was so exhausted after finishing my book, designing the cover and preparing for publishing that I was overjoyed at Maureen Cutajar's prompt response to my need about formatting it in multiple formats. True to her word she had it done quickly and with such accuracy and precision that Smashwords accepted it into their premium catalog immediately. Now it's on Amazon, and will be published in paperback soon. Maureen is truly a writer's best friend. Thanks Maureen!" - Jacquelyn Raye Davis, The Girl In The Krishna Blue Sari
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