Florida (PRWEB) December 13, 2013
“I have never been so open like in this novel. It is my personal confession, my personal therapy; it’s my way of forgiving myself for everything I had to go through,” author Taneya Lyn says. Lyn bravely and boldly says it all where some people are afraid to admit anything. In this new memoir, Lyn relates her life as an immigrant, and how she came to value her life and everything she had after what she went through.
“Luggage” chronicles the unforgettable story of the hardship of life for a Polish immigrant after she stepped into Uncle Sam’s heartland. This book tells of how a woman has to go through rocky roads and endure the sticks and stones that came her way to accomplish her dream in her new country. Lack of English speaking skills, adjusting to a different culture and environment, and getting to know new people were some of the factors that contributed to Lyn’s struggles, which she finally overcame. Using all she had in the way of strength and determination, Lyn was able to continue to live as she wanted and value every little blessing that came her way.
Life in a different country, the loneliness, the fear that transforms into pain, and a broken heart caused by the extremes of passionate love are just some of the emotions related to her immigrant experience. Lyn knows there are many people who have more or less the same experience as hers, but in this book she shows readers her own way of dealing with her problems. This memoir contains the intimate places of her experience, and she has successfully transmuted these, giving voice to them in this memoir – showing a path towards justification and a measure of comfort or spiritual solace for what is in fact an important part of the American population.
After baring her heart and sharing her past, Lyn hopes everyone will have a different look at life and the opportunities it presents after reading her book. Wanting to be an inspiration to readers and fellow immigrants, here is a conclusive and inspirational summation of the past, present and future for immigrants to America, “My road of life has been very hard, filled with rocks but I am still heading forward, dragging my luggage behind. Luggage filled with my life, the life of a Polish immigrant.”
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Luggage * by Taneya Lyn
Publication Date: December 10, 2013
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 223 pages; 978-1-4931-4608-6
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