Yvonne Perry’s Humorous Book, Email Episodes
Do you need a good laugh to get you through a tough situation?
Are you raising teenagers who are learning to drive?
Going through mid-life crisis?
Email Episodes ~ A Hilariously Honest Look at Life is about a housewife who has had about all she can take. Her kids are driving her nuts, her marriage is falling apart, and she’s considering leaving organized religion for good. She’s lived in four different houses in three different states within five years. The church friends she left behind no longer write and the ones she thought she was making in her new location betray her when she needs them most.
During part of that era, the Expressy character was married part-time to a man with whom she was raising teenagers who were raising reptiles. Since then, Expressy has divorced her first husband and married another man, whom she is still raising.
This book chronicles one woman’s search to heal through pain and confusion while never letting go of her need to love those around her. Through messages passed back and forth via e-mail, Expressy finds her strength and purpose to become what she was always meant to be.
Even though this humorous book was written for entertainment purposes, you may be surprised at the passion, pain, and free counseling you gain in the process!
Below is an excerpt from the book. You may listen to the author read it by clicking the link in the player
Sarah Moore writes about this book:
“The author’s style of simple, straightforward storytelling of life episodes carries the reader into deeper connecting issues and philosophies in an entertaining approach. In “Kooks of Hazard and other oil spills” and “Clove Loathe,” she shares some of the hazards of amateur aromatherapy. Raising teenagers, other people’s teenagers, stray pets, Expressy’s own pets, conflicting religious dilemmas, mechanical breakdowns, and emotional breakdowns are all shared with family and friends with screen names like: Cappi, Angelgirl, Birthababe, GoofyGordon, Suzysunflower, and Dellaspeak.
Here was someone whose life (though far from perfect) was never the less full of love, joy, fun, and hope. Expressy took life’s challenges as if she were running the 100-yard hurdles.”