About the Book:
This saucy memoir is the oh-so-honest and humorous account of the author’s personal journey through a string of compelling adventures and ideologies of the woo-woo kind. Her story begins with confusion and discontentment that catalyzes bold life changes and sends her roaming in search of magic, miracles, and a deeper grasp of the metaphysical nature of reality. In a unique style akin to confessional reporting, she shares with you her keen insights into human behavior as you meet a plethora of colorful characters and occasional charlatans. With some good belly laughs, she effectively sorts out the wheat from the chaff—both within herself and the New Age world she’s romping in. It becomes an inadvertent healing pilgrimage full of expansive revelations, and through the process of en-lightening up she emerges clear-headed and self-empowered with inspiration to spare.
I must say that this is the funniest book ever! What I Did On My Midlife Crisis Vacation is written like a friend emailing you about her journey to find herself. Debbianne is open and forthcoming about all sorts of things. It is not often that I am left searching for the words to review a book properly but this book has left me just that, speechless, and in a good way. It is the book that you and your friends will be passing around and talking about all year-long!