Round Rock author talks about painful journeys, finding God, happiness in new memoir
ROUND ROCK, Texas — Author Elaine Norman shares her painful journey to find God and her life of happiness and peace in her new memoir, “For Better, For Worse.” Norman’s eye-opening read is set for nationwide release this week.
In “For Better, For Worse,” Norman tells her painful story of living through two marriages and losing the closeness of her children. She shows readers how she lived with a narcissistic, philandering first husband, who tromped on her with his ongoing parade of women and lies. When the marriage ended, she remarried to a man who tried to destroy her with his controlling, railing tirades that left her feeling like she was just a shell of herself.
Her family problems continued with her losing the closeness she had with her children because of misunderstandings. But when she eventually turned to God, she finally found the peace, love and happiness that she longed for. Find out how God helped her and turned her life around in the pages of this lesson-filled autobiography.
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.
Norman was a teacher, who was nominated to Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers by the students she taught. Aside from this book, she has also written an article on parallel circuitry, which was published in a national science publication. Norman also coached UIL qualifiers in debate and ready writing. Her commencement address to the Class of 2013 earned her a standing ovation. The author and her husband, Rody, live in Round Rock, Texas.