My Life in a Box: Ramblings of a Crazy Lady

My Life in a Box: Ramblings of a Crazy Lady

by Annie Sabarté


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Humorous commentary on life, love and not so common sense. Follow author Annie Sabarte through life as she discovers what makes us tick laugh and rediscover ourselves.....and what makes us crazy!!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781456503475
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 02/01/2011
Pages: 172
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.37(d)

About the Author

Annie Sabarte is an author living in Seattle WA. She has written a memoir of her experiences as an adult learning to overcome her own issues which resulted from growing up in a cult and gone on to successfully raise her own children. This book entitled Conversations for Change is no longer in publication. However, it did spark a drive in Annie to write about life, parenting and survivorship issues.
She rereleased a 2nd edition of Talk To Me Not At Me- A Guide to Parenting Your Teenager in 2010 and is working on a companion guide for teens to communicate with their parents which is scheduled for release in 2012. Her relationship with her son Tyler was the basis for this book. She loves to quote Tyler when he told her at the age of 17, "You are the most interesting person I know."

She is writes the series Ramblings of a Crazy Lady which include the books;
Ramblings of a Crazy Lady - My Life in a Box
Crazy Lady's Guide to Sanity
Crazy Lady's Journal and the upcoming
Ramblings of a Crazy Lady - Dancing in the Yard
These books take a humorous look at how we see ourselves and our place in the world around us. They are a humorous commentary on life, love and sometimes not so common sense. My Life in a Box, the Original Ramblings of a Crazy Lady book is due to be rereleased January 2011 in a smaller pocket sized version.
Annie says her greatest accomplishment has been finishing her new book Don't Call Me a Survivor. This great book discusses how we see ourselves after adversity is over. What do we do when we are no longer so focused just on continuing our existence. It discusses our need to be labeled as a noun and not a verb when determining our place in the world after surviving a life changing event. Annie says how we see ourselves after the event determines how successful we are in not just surviving, but thriving.

Annie also lectures on the topics of survivorship, leadership, parenting and personal issues for both private and corporate groups. She can be reached at If you are interested in carrying any of Annie's Works or ordering titles in bulk, please contact her directly for price information.

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