Book Launch: 'Beyond the Rear View Mirror' by Shelley Streit

Friday, June 15, 2012 - 16:00 to 17:30

A book launch for Shelley Streit's autobiographical book Beyond the Rear View Mirror.

Beyond the Rear View Mirror is the inspiring story of how Shelley
Streit defied the odds against her achieving success in life after a childhood spent in
the child welfare system following experiences of abandonment, rejection, and
abuse as a child. While Shelley could easily have slipped into a less-than-desirable
lifestyle, she chose to forge ahead at every challenge or setback, each time taking
one step closer to a richer and more successful life.

This book will take you along for the ride, as Shelley revisits some of the many
detours she has travelled on her road of life during the past three decades-starting
from the tender age of three up to the present day. You will learn that many of the
detours she had to take were not of her choice or making, but that she was a driven
and determined individual who refused to be held back.

 

Audrey's Books
10702 Jasper Avenue
Edmonton , AB
Canada
53° 32' 27.3444" N, 113° 30' 17.5716" W
Alberta CA

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