Party to launch local author's new book

Carol McManus is co-author of 'Choices: Real People Share Their Stories of How They Overcame Challenges to Design a Better Life'


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“Choices are something we all face every day. Some have life-changing impact which may not be clear to us until years later. The people we interviewed provide insight for all of us to learn from. How and why did they make the choices they did, and what did they learn?”
Carol McManus


— Sean Strub and Amy Ferris are hosting a book launch party for Carol McManus, co-author of the new #1 International Amazon Bestseller "Choices: Real People Share Their Stories of How They Overcame Challenges to Design a Better Life."

Come by to meet the author and join the conversation at 3:30 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 12, at the Hotel Fauchere, 401 Broad St., Milford. McManus will be reading for the audience and facilitating a discussion on the subjects of life choices and the values that guide our decisions.

Books will be available for purchase and signing after the event. No reservation is necessary.

McManus lives in Hawley and is a sought-after speaker who inspires audiences across North America. She is the founder and managing partner of CKC Global Media, a company that works with individuals and businesses to elevate their message and amplify their voice through speaking, broadcasting and publishing. It was her connection with clients through coaching and consulting that inspired this latest work.

“Choices are something we all face every day," she said. "Some have life-changing impact which may not be clear to us until years later. The people we interviewed provide insight for all of us to learn from. How and why did they make the choices they did, and what did they learn?”

McManus believes that choices can break patterns of the past and put you on a different course in life.

William Martin, New York Times Bestselling Author of "The Lincoln Letter," says, “'Choices' is a warm, down-to-earth, no-nonsense guide for navigating the rough waters and narrow straights of life. Authors McManus and Skidmore will tell you vivid tales of how others have done it. They will enlighten, entertain, and most importantly, inspire you.”

One of the recent 5-star reviews on Amazon said, “I've read a lot of self-help books over the years. Some of them were good, some of them were bad, and a lot of them I tossed out after the first chapter two because they were unreadable. Oddly enough, a lot of the ones I didn't even get through were written by specialists, doctors, and so-called mental health experts. What I've learned is that the best help and the best advice comes from people who have been there in the same situation as you have, not from people who have all the fancy degrees or from people that can rattle off statistics and scientific studies of the drop of a hat. That's why I like this book so much and found it so effective, all of the advice and guidance comes from real people and real situations that you'll be able to relate to immediately. And some of their stories are just downright inspirational. Definitely a recommended read for people of all different ages that are struggling through a particularly difficult time in their life.”

For more information about the launch party, call the Fauchere at 570-409-1212.





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