TAMPA, Fla. (PRWEB) March 31, 2020
Lindsay S. Manning is an award-winning journalist and professor at the University of Tampa, where she teaches media writing. She also works in local news and raises three boys with her husband, Adam. Lindsay has published her latest book “Enough: How I Forgave the Drunk Driver Who Nearly Killed My Baby and Me”: a true story documenting the terrifying head-on collision that changed her life, and her perspective, forever.
What if a stranger’s actions permanently scarred another’s life? Could they forgive? For Lindsay Manning, that moment happened when she was nine-months pregnant, just days before her due date. A drunk driver going the wrong way smashed into her car head-on, leaving her suddenly unable to feel her baby moving inside. Both she and baby Adler survived, but not without life-threatening complications.
What Manning didn’t expect was that most of her suffering happened after everyone came home healthy. She fought medical, emotional, financial, marital, social, legal, spiritual turbulence. When circumstances seemingly settled around her, she was still bleeding and screaming inside.
In “Enough”, Manning takes the reader through her heart-wrenching story, enduring agony, grief, PTSD, loneliness, fury, courage, tenacity, then eventually peace through forgiveness. One drunk driver made decisions that drastically altered Manning’s life story, but through tears and tenacity, she fights to claim her ‘sparkle’ back.
Published by Page Publishing author Lindsay S. Manning’s compelling book is an inspiring message of perseverance, hope, and forgiveness.
Readers who wish to experience this enthralling work can purchase “Enough: How I Forgave the Drunk Driver Who Nearly Killed My Baby and Me” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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