Finding Moksha by Amanda L. Mottorn.
One Woman’s Path in Uncertain Times.
As a teenager, Eva tries to stop her father’s drinking while attempting to find solidarity in his trips in nature. In her art, she feels complete until learning she’s not good enough. These themes continue into her adult life despite a deep connection with her cousin Michelle, and, when Eva starts attending yoga classes.
A forgotten memory haunts Eva. The two cousins remain tight until Michelle tries to help Eva break free from her destructive patterns while having a secret of her own that may end their close ties forever. After many years of Eva’s parents being together, their divorce releases a repressed memory as she tries to establish boundaries with her parents.
Gwen, Eva’s friend guides her through her relationships and encourages her to use yoga for solace. At a breaking point, Eva is about to lose her job, has a cold that won’t go away, and is overwhelmed with her relationships. The day before the cancellation, she commits to a trip in Costa Rica that could change her life in ways she never thought possible.
This book includes book club discussion questions, and more.
Paperback: 317 Pages
Publisher: Bowker (September 3, 2021)
Fiction (Family Drama)
About Amanda L. Mottorn: I find my life-force energy in oil painting, yoga, meditation and hiking. I am an active member of InterNations, creating global friendships and connections. I have a keen love of traveling to meet others, grow and learn.
Passionate about helping to promote a sense of belonging with those I meet; I create comfortable environments for people to speak their voices whether through creativity or otherwise. My wish is that readers of “Finding Moksha: One Woman’s Path in Uncertain Times” learn that through Eva’s journey through whatever obstacles life presents, hope exists.
My education consists of a B.A. in French major and English minor. Later, I attained a Master’s Degree in Library & Information Science. I went on to work within the field of academic librarianship for a private college and later with a library network. I moved into academic sales where I built my career over twenty years bringing online access to archives from around the world while being grateful for the academic partners I served: librarians and faculty.
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