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Running in Heels: A Memoir of Grit and Grace, Mary A. Perez — RED HEADED BOOK LOVER BLOG


Perez has written her story in a way which speaks to the reader. At the core of her story is the tone of refusing to be a victim and that there is hope, even after a traumatic period. Her inspiring words and lessons laced throughout…


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Thank you Aimee Ann for the warm and wonderful review. I felt you grasped the true meaning of the message throughout the pages!


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Running In Heels: Book Review

Wow! I would like to sincerely thank Candice Wilkinson for such a warm & lovely review of “Running in Heels” .

Happy Thanksgiving!

Momma Wonderings

In my post Being Still In Christ I stated that I am taking a break from bible studies. The Interesting thing about God is when he closes one door he opens another, in this case it was a ladies testimony.

I was offered the book Running In Heels by Mary A Perez for a book review for the blog. It is a memoir of one strong lady’s life and also the kind of book I would not normally buy for myself. (I don’t make it to book stores too often these days.)

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Book Review

A beautiful, heartfelt review of my book that brought me to tears. Testimonies from readers like these confirm that out of all my messes, I did something right! God bless you, Cate.

Let's Have Another Piece of Pie

A fellow blogger that crossed my path a while ago has published a book.  It is full of truth and pain and her reality.  Her memoir.

I purchased this book through amazon.com for my kindle.  I couldn’t put it down until I finished it.  But I had to.  I tend to feel the pain as I read and needed short breaks.  That is a GOOD thing.  Why?  Because we all have come from dysfunctional backgrounds.  But some faced harder things than we may have.  Or perhaps I should say different things in our past.

I never went hungry or was physically abused.  I had more of the verbal attacks and great loss and left to myself to heal.

As I read through Mary’s book, Running in Heels, I thought of people I have met over the years who had to endure great pain.  Is it fair…

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