Storytelling is powerful,” says Giorgio. “It helps us explain our world, share information and build stronger communities. I am a storyteller.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) May 03, 2013
Paola Giorgio found strength and transformation in one of the most unlikely places as well as one of the most inspiring places.
Drawing from her struggles with a debilitating illness and her enlightening experience during her pilgrimage to Santiago, Giorgio found a way to strengthen women as they journey through their own personal transformation through the art of storytelling.
Giorgio’s new book, "Molecules and Women," allows readers to explore themselves through the eyes of each of the featured women in the 15 vignettes. As each woman in each of the interwoven stories delves into the depths of their hearts and souls to find out who they really are, readers can find strength and motivation to begin their own personal journey.
“Storytelling is powerful,” says Giorgio. “It helps us explain our world, share information and build stronger communities. I am a storyteller.”
The narratives carry and embody the voices and actions of women, some spoken, some witnessed, some experienced firsthand. They illuminate pivotal moments, some disguised as ordinary events, others where loss and grief are so overwhelming, or surprise and joy so transformative that the well from which wisdom springs forth is revealed.
Lei Ling, subject of one vignette said to Giorgio, “I never thought my story was important enough to tell.”
"Molecules and Women"
ISBN: 4759-4994-0 4995-7 4996-4
Approx: 219 pages
Retail Price: $18.95
Available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Balboa Press.
About the author
Paola Giorgio is a successful entrepreneur in the construction and restaurant industries. She is also an accomplished traveler spending extensive time on five continents. Giorgio raised five children, mostly as a single parent, and currently lives with her family and spouse in Inverness, Calif.