LATEST RELEASE FROM ELEANOR TOMCZYK
“THE FETUS CHRONICLES: PODCASTS FROM MY MISEDUCATED SELF” NOW AVAILABLE ON AMAZON, KINDLE, AND WHEREVER BOOKS ARE SOLD!
“Eleanor Tomczyk has done it again! In this, the third book of her trilogy, she conveys her honest and courageous tale of the ups and downs of a life well-lived. Although some of the specifics of Ms. Tomczyk’s story are of course unique, the themes and struggles are universal, and she takes on an “every woman” quality. As with her two previous books, “Monster’s Throwdown” and “Fleeing Oz”, her humor, both at herself and at the situations she endures, allows the reader to face his or her own struggles with less fear. The concept of telling her life’s adventures (and misadventures) to her unborn fetus-self is pure inspiration. You owe it to yourself to read all three of Ms. Tomczyk’s books, and the good news is that you can start with any one of them. They are funny, profound, uplifting, and brutally honest – in short a rare literary treat!”—Amazon Review
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Here’s what Dorothy Longo, Operations Officer, Baha’i International Community has to say about the book:
“Eleanor Tomczyk’s recounting of her persistent and often painful spiritual journey through many blind alleys and dead ends is told with an amazing sense of humor that lightens her tale and allows one to laugh, as well as get angry, in the face of corruption and distortion displayed by many of the religious groups she encounters. Even as she experiences disappointments along the way, there is a sense of hope and a connection with her God that is present as she searches for truth, solace, and peace of mind. Ms. Tomczyk delves honestly into deep emotional and personal issues of a universal nature in a manner that is both funny and sincere.”
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Author (left) and Pee-Wee/Foster Home Days
MONSTERS’ THROWDOWN REVIEW/11/17/14
Today, as the snow fell outside, I set aside the afternoon to sit next to the fireplace and in quiet read for the second time ‘your’ book—first time was when I was ‘away to parts unknown’. Am not going to say much, as am sure you have received well deserved accolades from vast number of acquaintances, friends and family. You, Eleanor were born with a ‘voice’ and you maintained that strong voice from beginning to end. Certainly a testament to your skill, but it is that voice of conviction that was planted within your core somewhere, somehow, that shines through and above—that you belong.
Am reminded of this quote by Elie Wiesel.
“There is divine beauty in learning”.
“To learn means to accept the postulate that life did not begin at my birth. Others have been here before me, and I walk in their footsteps. The books I have read were composed by generations of fathers and sons, mothers and daughters, teachers and disciples. I am the sum total of their experiences, their quests. And so are you.”
bien vivre mon ami, Salut