It’s been an interesting couple of months

I realized it had been a couple of months since I posted anything here. I have no idea if anyone ever visits this blog, but that’s OK. It’s here in case someone needs it. Since I wrote my last post, I left my job of 8 years and began working at a startup. I also have been taking a program with Jamie Smart, who I mentioned in a previous post. What an inspiration he is.

When I woke up this morning, I realized that it’s really important for me to write a new edition of my book before the year ends.

I plan to include everything from the first book, just as it was (I’ll correct a couple of typos, though!). But I want to write a fairly extensive second half based on what I’ve learned over the past year and a half, all about what has helped me recover from PTSD and make tremendous changes in my life.

I’m also going to do something else, which is include both my pen name and my real name on the new edition. But if you’re reading this blog post, you’ll see it right here, right now.

The new book will be —

I Am Just A Woman: My Story Of Domestic Violence And Recovery

By Lucy Johnson, with Mary Schiller

In the intro, I’ll explain why I’ve chosen to create it this way. The truth is, I feel like myself now. I still love Lucy (haha!), but she was living with a misunderstanding that I have since been able to clear up for her. :-)

So stay tuned for a new version of the book pretty soon. I’m starting to write it today.

2 thoughts on “It’s been an interesting couple of months”

  1. Hey there! I have missed you on Ravelry. I think of you often. i hope all is well in your life and going good for 2016. Best wishes for the new year.


    1. Hi Selena! I’m so sorry it took me so long to see this comment from you. My humble apologies. I miss the Ravelry group, too! I hope you’re doing well and that the other lovely women are, too. All the best to you in 2016. Come visit me on my other site: I’d love to have you there. :-)

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