Evelyn M. Leite
Blood Sex And Tears Series: Just Fine Thank You, Dance Like There is No Tomorrow, To Be Somebody. (Self-help) Women What Do We Want? A Fix For The Family Rift Caused By Addiction
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What is your book about?
The Blood, Sex, And Tears book series offers the true story of the life of Evelyn Leite from her perspective in each of the four stages in her life. Her story presents the tremendous obstacles in her life which produced shock and trauma, ultimately dictating a destructive, turbulent lifestyle. Cursed by a dark force but being propelled forward by an unseen force she finally surrenders her rage and becomes a champion in helping others overcome addiction and abuse, but not before she comes face to face with evil and fights the battle of her life. Written in the present tense, her story is highly engaging largely because many other have lived through similar destructive patterns, which adversely continues to impact them. Reviewers of her books have all offered praises with the knowledge her transparency will connect to the heart of her readers, while at the same time offering the hope they need.
What inspired you to write your book?
As an Addictions and mental health counselor I am very aware of how much other peoples stories can help those still suffering. In addition to sharing my own struggles I share those of others to bring light and hope to those families dealing with addiction and mental health problems.
If you have a business related to your book, tell us about it:
Living With Solutions was founded in 1989 to provided hope and help to people baffled by the circumstances they find themselves in. We provide evidence based workshops, seminars and experiential healing opportunities.
What is a typical day like for you?
Answers emails, work on my manuscripts, prepare for upcoming speaking engagements, develop video workshops. And walk as often as possible.
What do you most enjoy about what you do?
I rarely have a dull moment and am never at a loss for things to do.
What are some favorite books you’d recommend to our readers?
I am currently reading the series by William Forstchen, One Day After, One Year After, and The Final Day. These are riveting stories.
What advice do you have to offer our readers?
Eat healthy food, keep your mind challenged, and your body moving.
What would people be surprised to learn about you?
Although I appear to be outgoing, I am very much an introvert and prefer to watch others.
What’s next for you?
Trying to get up the courage to start a podcast on addiction.