These are just a few samples of the stories in the book. There is a single story that threads its way through the book, that of my own experience with my late wife in each of these roles, however, there are 20 amazing stories from other miracle women. Wives... “I nursed my paraplegic husband and our newborn baby for 21 years, then he died” Read part of Sharon Williams heartrending story here... “For 19 years I lived (endured) with a manic depressed husband who has suffered from Bipolar all his life” Read Nina Mensing’s spellbinding story and remember she has launched her own book entitled “A Manic Marriage” Mothers... Caro Smit the founder of SADD South Africans Against Drunken Driving writes her detailed family story of her loss of her brilliant 24yr old son to a drunken driver. This story will reach into the deep corners of your heart. Read part of the story here... Doctors... Is it possible in this day and age to find such self-sacrifice? Read part of Dr. Liesl Roome’s story here... Read the stories of miracle women in the following categories... Sisters... Daughters... Business Women... Friends... Politicians... Home Makers... Butterflies... Patients... Women under stress... Givers... (read Desray’s short story here)
Miracle Women has just been launched!
Already the book is selling so fast we need to get another delivery from the printers.
We have sent books to New Zealand, to London, to the Carribean, to Cape Town, to
Jhb, to Pmb and Durban. The orders are coming fast and furious so make sure you do
not miss the opportunity to be thrilled by all the most stunning stories of Triumphant
women, here in your home country!
CHARITIES & WOMEN’S ORGANISATIONS...
We have decided to offer women’s organisations and charities an opportunity to generate
funds via their efforts in marketing this book.
There is no doubt in my mind that if she decided to write a book of her own, it would
be a runaway best seller. Be assured, Dr Roome is no ordinary doctor nor is she an
ordinary women, her story of self-sacrifice for a little AIDS orphan will astound
you. (Read part of her story here)