Sue-PaulsonStarting with a near death experience in 2007, Magnificent Misery draws readers into the intensely personal journey of a middle-aged woman. What she learned on the “other side” shook the world of author, Sue Paulson. Thinking her brush with death and the resulting visit to the spiritual realm would be her most challenging life experience, a cancer diagnosis in 2011, then a second bout in 2012 proved her wrong. During her battle, Sue began to understand that cancer was her greatest teacher – one that would complete her journey from adversity to ecstasy. An aware and deeply spiritual person, she relates in intimate detail the tragedies, gifts, and ultimate meaning she gleaned from her life-changing experiences.

With courage, grace, and dignity, Sue moves from defeat to a deeper understanding of life’s meaning for her. Her story is not just her story – it belongs to everyone who has ever faced adversity and desires to triumph over it.

About the Author
Sue-PaulsonAuthor & Inspirational Speaker, Sue Paulson Sue received her first audience applause at age 10 after reciting a poem at church. She attended her first personal growth workshop at age 24 and learned to teach that program. By 34, she was developing and conducting corporate workshops. She traveled Alberta as a paid speaker with topics such as stress reduction, change management, and team development. In 1996, Sue began the first of her 15 years teaching business writing, public speaking, and study skills part time at MacEwan University. In 1999 she published her first book – a best seller, Tips & Tools for Student Success – Keys to Higher Grades. It was followed in 2003 by her award-winning Tips & Tools to Speak with Confidence – Keys to Finding Your Voice.

For her 50th birthday, Sue successfully challenged herself to perform 5 minutes of stand-up comedy on Amateur Night at Yuk Yuk’s. She has worked as a voice over artist, composed music, coached budding speakers, and appeared as an expert on TV and radio shows talking about dating for older adults. Sue rode a camel to the pyramids in Egypt, survived two bankruptcies, birthed and raised a wonderful son, and experienced two liberating divorces. More than just a remarkable voice of her generation, Sue’s wit and wisdom spans decades of experience of living life as a conscious and empowered woman. She has learned how to balance life’s passions with its necessities. Thriving since her near death experience in 2007 and bouts of cancer in 2011 and 2012, Sue has big plans for the next stage of her life.

Her story belongs to everyone who has ever faced adversity and desires to triumph over it.

Join Sue as she launches her latest book:

DATE: Tuesday, November 17, 2015 starting at 6:30 pm
PROGRAM: Sue will read from her book at 7:30 pm
LOCATION: Lola’s Fashion Boutique, 8207—105 Street, Edmonton

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