Today I’m sharing a little more about my new book, “Pieces: Help for Your Life Journey,” so you get a better idea of the topics covered, the purpose for writing the book, and the hope for all who read it.
Pieces: Help for Your Life Journey Synopsis
When you rebuild a shattered life, sometimes you don’t get – or want – all the old pieces, but introducing new pieces results in a better life.
Megan Erin Galloway, Pieces: Help for Your Life Journey (Bloomington, IN: Balboa Press, 2018)
ISBN: 978-1-5043-9620-2 (soft-cover) ISBN: 978-1-5043-9621-9 (hardback) ISBN: 978-1-5043-9654-7 (eBook)
Pieces offers hope and help for those who have lost hope due to childhood abuse, suicidal thoughts, anxiety, fear, and/or depression.
About the Author
Megan Erin Galloway’s “credentials” for writing this book are 63 years of pain, fear, depression, and anxiety – and an incredible seven years of growth, expansion, happiness, and joy. She shares her journey with others who are experiencing, or have experienced, feelings of hopelessness and helplessness, so they don’t have to search as long as she did to find the hope and help they need. The growth and expansion Megan has gained have improved her life and health immensely.
About the Book
This is a book of uplifting joy, which the author is sharing with others to help on their journey out of darkness. The first chapter, “Broken Pieces,” consists of a series of notes the author recorded throughout the middle years of her life. Following each note, she explains the circumstances of her life that lead to writing the note, as well as provide help and hope for those who can readily identify with, or remember, similar types of experiences in their lives and are looking for a way out of the darkness and fear. The remaining two chapters show the author’s progression as she found her “self,” started picking up the broken pieces of her life, reviewed events and people throughout her journey, gradually healed and pieced herself together, and opened up to a glorious new viewpoint and an enlightened outlook. It’s the author’s sincere hope and intent that this book will provide enough ideas and suggestions for the readers to achieve their own unique progression on their journey from darkness to the light.
Today I’m Daniel. Daniel is Dr. Daniel Jackson, one of the characters in Stargate SG-1, a science fiction TV series which debuted in 1997. You can tell that Daniel’s a science fiction character because he’s a sensitive man who would never hurt a child.
I don’t have multiple personalities; in fact, I probably have no personality at all. I’m emulating Daniel – I’m letting Daniel be my guide, my personality, today. I’m reacting like Daniel.
Daniel isn’t my first guide, or my only guide, or my last guide – he’s just today’s guide, subject to change without notice. My first guide was Thunderbolt, a black-and-white pinto horse. Thunderbolt helped me gallop when I needed to escape. … Thunderbolt helped me survive my childhood – and today Daniel is helping me.