Reviews for Open Me:
“Poignant, funny and inspiring, Open Me is a revealing and insightful memoir about finding the courage to choose and the wisdom to surrender.”
Catherine Cooper, author – White Elephant
“Open Me is a brave, honest, touching and wildly adventurous true story. Leanne emerges from each page as a spiritual pied-piper, teaching us how to ask and listen, trust and let go.”
Darlene Stewart, Executive Director, Groups & Events, Cineplex
“Leanne’s book made me feel like I was participating in the intimate journey of her evolving soul as she openly shares her heart. She’s a natural story teller and any reader will enjoy this river of life that she recounts.”
Blair Styra, spiritual channel for Tabaash.
“Open Me has all the ingredients of a wonderfully inspirational book – a true story, told with honesty, openness, and vulnerability. Already I have been inspired to make changes in my life.”
Kim Chamberlain, author & speaker
“Open Me is a radiant reflection of personal turmoil, sadness, and fear unearthed and transformed into courage, joy and profound love.
Linda Christina Beauregard, speaker, author – I Gave Myself Cancer, I Can Take It Away! Alternatives Brought Me Back to Life
“We all have times in our lives when we feel off-kilter or off-track. We all suffer from self-doubt. Leanne has looked inside herself and examined her true purpose – such a journey takes courage and commitment and is not for the fainthearted. This book will help anyone who wants to do the same.”
Melissa Clark-Reynolds, Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit
“Leanne has written an honest and compelling story of her fears, challenges and truths, taking me with her and allowing me to remember my own. She encourages all women to wake up to what they may be avoiding and to trust their own spirit.”
Kaya Singer, artist, mentor, author – Wiser & Wilder
Alexi Littrell hasn’t told anyone what happened to her over the summer. Ashamed and embarrassed, she hides in her closet and compulsively scratches the back of her neck, trying to make the outside hurt more than the inside does.
When Bodee Lennox, the quiet and awkward boy next door, comes to live with the Littrells, Alexi discovers an unlikely friend in “the Kool-Aid Kid,” who has secrets of his own. As they lean on each other for support, Alexi gives him the strength to deal with his past, and Bodee helps her find the courage to finally face the truth.
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Joining the ranks of modern myth busters, Dr. Sharon Moalem turns our current understanding of illness on its head and challenges us to fundamentally change the way we think about our bodies, our health, and our relationship to just about every other living thing on earth.
Through a fresh and engaging examination of our evolutionary history, Dr. Moalem reveals how many of the conditions that are diseases today actually gave our ancestors a leg up in the survival sweepstakes. But Survival of the Sickest doesn’t stop there. It goes on to demonstrate just how little modern medicine really understands about human health, and offers a new way of thinking that can help all of us live longer, healthier lives.
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This is a must read for all those planning their wedding or who are about to. Judy gives great insights into planning a range of weddings, for all budgets. From the event that uses all sorts of wedding hire options through to high budget events where a lot of props and other aspects simply cannot be hired.