I am truly honored to have been asked to reveal the cover for the upcoming heart-stirring, poignant book by Diane Morasco of Morasco Media: Even Tough Women Can Crack Like Eggs Sometimes.
Diane Morasco’s Debut Title Coming 11/22/16!!!
Diane Morasco shares her knowledge, insights and journey in Even Tough Women Can Crack Like Eggs Sometimes.
Diane Morasco wasn’t born with the last name Morasco. However, it is who she evolved into as a result of the chaos surrounding her childhood.
At the age of eight, a few days after her maternal grandmother’s passing, her mother struck her face continually shouting she wished she had never been born. Her mom was enraged for being saddled with a child she had never wanted. A child her mother wanted her to have. A child born into a German-Irish family as a result of a rape by an African-American-Hispanic man – which may or may not be the full story. A child whose grandmother shielded her from as much of the bedlam as she could in the eight years she had with her precious granddaughter.
At the age of nine her uncle, a police officer, started sexually abusing her. It was this monstrous battering and lethal asphyxiation of her soul that set in motion every decision she ever made.
Today, Diane Morasco wouldn’t change the expressway God, the Creator, the Source, the Universe and every angel in the realm wanted her to travel to get here.
She was blessed with having three earth angels set her on her journey. The first angel saved her life, the second angel breathed life into her and the third angel showed her how precious her life is.
Even Tough Women Can Crack Like Eggs Sometimes is how she endured the bushes, brambles, ebbs, flows, hills, and valleys to make it through to the other side.
“I did not make it through the darkness — I set a blaze to light my way out.” – Diane Morasco
It is natural, as human beings, to gravitate to outside foundations to validate our own beliefs, thoughts and understandings.
When we identify with others who have been through kindred experiences and have journeyed the same terrain, it empowers us to accept, embrace and realize that we can be restored to the greatness we hold inside.
When we witness other individuals conquer their devastations, heartache, grief, mayhem, and miraculously see them break out of their shell to soak up the sunlight and give heartfelt gratitude for the chaos which molded them into the miracles they are today, we can shout from the mountains, “Even Tough Women Can Crack Like Eggs Sometimes!”
In Even Tough Women Can Crack Like Eggs Sometimes, Diane Morasco shares how she conquered the challenges of:
Becoming an entrepreneur
And much, much more.