Becoming Unstoppable: Anything is Possible

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Lois Wittich emphasizes the power of perseverance in new book

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No matter what we face in life, we can find profound happiness. You can conquer your fears and make your dreams come true in life

Nothing is out of reach, not even the seemingly impossible: where there is a will, there is a way.

Through hard work, fervent dedication, and a little bit of faith - we can achieve what we desire most, a belief Lois Wittich has embraced her whole life and one she hopes to share in her new book “1 Becoming.”

“We are much more powerful than we think. Getting stuck in life happens to everyone, but we have to remember that we always have a choice and we are the only ones in control, ” Wittich said.

Having faced her own share of challenges, Wittich overcame severe arthritis and successfully typed “1 Becoming” with two fingers in ten years. While legally blind, Wittich also didn’t let her disability stand in the way of drawing 48 paintings in under four months, proving there is no obstacle that cannot be conquered.

Drawing from her own hardships and experiences, Wittich brings to life a fictional story with dynamic characters and pressing troubles such as abduction, betrayal, and torture. As the book tackles powerful and gripping challenges, “1 Becoming” inspires readers to never give up in the face of adversity and to always find the courage in pursuing personal ambitions.

“No matter what we face in life, we can find profound happiness. You can conquer your fears and make your dreams come true in life,” Wittich said.

For more information, visit loisawittich.com

“1 Becoming”
By Lois Wittich
ISBN: 978-1-4969-5512-8
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and AuthorHouse

About the author
Lois Wittich, deemed “The Unstoppable” Lois and author of “1 Becoming”, currently resides in Arizona. Aside from her writing, she creates custom designed painting for the home and showcases her art in local galleries. Prior to that, Wittich spent many years abroad studying art as well as serving in the Peace Corp. Having battled rheumatoid arthritis for 30 years, Wittich aims to inspire others to live life to the fullest.

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Katie Wenclewicz
317.602.7137
kwenclewicz(at)bohlsengroup.com

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