A raw and real journey to self-fulfillment and strength through forgiveness
who in spite of potentially soul-crushing lack of emotional and financial support, achieved a career dream she had from an early age.
Readers will relate to Lilly Gwilliam's quest to become the person she was meant to be. Instead of accepting setbacks, and repeating generational mistakes, she looked for and found solutions on her path to success as a mother, nurse, and in the legal field.
Elisabeth Tuck, Past-President of The California Writers Club- Mt. Diablo Branch
against many odds. Lilly Gwilliam tells her compelling tale of vision and perseverance to achieve her dreams, including a positive shift in inter-generational mother-daughter dynamics. Her struggle sets a fine example for all women who wish to break out of familial and societal expectations to forge a different path toward personal growth.
Elisabeth C. Saviano, Nurse Practitioner and Healthcare Attorney
As a child, she enjoyed the interplay of the generations, but grew up in an era where women didn't have a voice. Throughout her life, Lilly practiced pushing forward to new challenges with family, self and careers, and finds her way to success, becoming a model of independence and compassion.
Linda Joy Myers, President of National Association of Memoir Writers, author of Don't Call Me Mother & Song of the Plains
You can send me a message or ask me a general question by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I will do my best to get back to you soon.
Lilly A. Gwilliam
life goals, and love. It resonates with women, but men should take a turn with it as well.
Ginny Mattson Crispell, retired English teacher
I invite you to walk beside me as together we travel side by side through my personal journey, struggles and path to power and forgiveness.