Renée Hollis is an author, photographer and organizer of collaborative projects for creative artists. including running the Timeless Wisdom International Writing Challenge. Her goal with ‘Timeless Wisdom’ is to create an opportunity for writers to share a powerful message with thousands of readers and contribute to be a highly collectible, beautifully produced series. In 2016, Renée completed her Diploma in Writing for Creative Industries, reigniting her love of writing. Renée has previously edited Keepers of History: New Zealand Centenarians Tell Their Stories.
Struggle and Success
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True Stories That Reveal the Depths of the Human Experience
We must all start somewhere. In this collection of real-life stories, 25 people take readers on an inspiring journey through the struggles they have overcome in pursuit of success. From small personal triumphs, to large career goals or lifetime achievements, each success, big or small, offers an insight into the inner workings of lives from around the globe, highlighting one of humankind’s greatest traits — resilience.
The third book in a diverse series of true stories collected from around the world.
SPECIFICATIONS: 9781925820089| Hardback | 227 x 170 mm / 9 x 6.75 inches | 240 Pages
The ‘Timeless Wisdom’ series showcases a diverse range of true stories collected from around the world, all contributed by mature writers as part of an international competition. Interspersed between the stories are memorable quotes touching on each book’s theme. The resulting books are inspiring, surprising and profoundly enriching.
Midwest Book Review
“Critique: As thoughtful and thought-provoking as it is inspired and inspiring, “Struggle and Success: True Stories That Reveal the Depths of the Human Experience” is an extraordinary and unreservedly recommended addition to personal reading lists, as well as community and academic library collections.” Click here to read more
Have a Go News
“stories reflect a diversity of writing, blend humour with pathos and balance drama with those of quiet contemplation..”