A confident, professional woman, violently assaulted and hidden in the trunk of her own car, Michelle was found by an off-duty police officer and given a second chance at life. More than twenty years after the assault, she shares her story within Found, a gripping autobiography detailing her unexpected journey from the worst moments of her life to moments when she truly believed life couldn’t get any better. Throughout Found, Michelle vulnerably documents her story as a source of hope for other survivors and their families, and as a compelling resource for anyone who longs to live more trauma informed. Her compassion, gratitude, and empathy light the way for all who want to make the world a safer, kinder place.
|Publisher:||Morgan James Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 7.99(h) x 0.41(d)|
About the Author
Emily Sutherland is an internationally recognized storyteller whose body of work spans a broad spectrum of genres and mediums. With more than twenty years as an executive staff member in the music industry, her name appears in the credits of dozens of Billboard chart-topping volumes produced by Gaither Television Productions and Coming Home Music Productions. Her multifaceted roles have provided opportunities to excel in a variety of disciplines, including mass communication, photojournalism, artist management, video production, web content creation, public relations, and on-camera interviews. She has lent her voice to countless biographical stories and published works on the subjects of creativity, spirituality, relationships, leadership, hospitality and personal growth. Emily also serves as a mentor and coach to help others write their stories. She launched her one-day Storytelling School in 2020 to teach others the tools and processes she uses to write stories and manuscripts. Emily and her husband, Scott, are cofounders of the Love Better movement and hosts of The Love Better Podcast (www.lovebetter.world). Through storytelling and gatherings, they lead conversations on how individuals’ daily choices can contribute to making the world a more loving place.