If you were writing a memoir about your life, what story would be the most important to tell? Lynda Filler, Writer, Novelist, Top QUORA Writer 2018 at Lynda Filler Author (2009-present) I published my first memoir, LOVE The Beat Goes On, in 2017 because I wanted to save lives. No, I’m not a medical doctor, … Continue reading I refused to die!
Love The Beat Goes On Will I die from a broken heart? I know I've caught your attention with my double entendre. But that's why I wrote it. What would you do if your doctor gave you six months to live? I've heard many answers to this question. Some say, get a second opinion. … Continue reading I should be dead!
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LOVE The Beat Goes On. Thanks, Jan.
Hands down, this book easily takes the #1 spot this year. This is Foster’s first print publication. It is classic storytelling at its best. Foster writes with an uncommon depth of emotion, humor, empathy, and clarity. Adding another dimension to this collection of short stories, Foster, a seasoned songwriter/musician, recorded a music CD which accompanies the book. Together, they make an unforgettable read/listen!
Yes, I know there are two books sitting in this spot, but I couldn’t find a way to separate them. This “Men of Legend” series was amazing from beginning to end, and it just happens that parts two and three were both released this year. “Some Legends are born and some are made” describes this series perfectly about a father, Stoker Legend and three sons, Sam, Houston…
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"Powerful and unforgettable" JackMagnus, 5 Star Readers' Favorite "This is a book every human alive should read and take away the lessons given. If I could give it ten stars, I would. It's that good."J. Sikes excerpt from LOVE The Beat Goes On: 7 Event One: My Cowboy I’ll always remember his faded tan … Continue reading I’m not that kind of girl…
https://youtu.be/bqtTeHrGO1Q I felt it was time for an update. So this is the most recent post on YouTube on Cardiomyopathy. I originally started sharing my healing because I believed it was important to give people hope. No matter what the doctor tells you, your life is not over until it's over! This is … Continue reading Let’s Rock!
Lynda's story will help someone avoid the health crises that plague our society today. Attention to early warning signs, self-care, emotional intelligence, and self-love are all concepts that Lynda covers in her personal and sometimes humorous story of how she went from 6 months to live in 2008 to cured and living a healthy life … Continue reading If This Book Could Save Lives…
I flew to Phoenix with plans to drive to Sedona, Arizona. It was 2008 and the doctors had told me I was not responding to medication for a serious heart condition and had told me to “get my affairs in order.” They basically said I had six months to live. I was trying to … Continue reading What is the worst yet also the best day of your life?
This morning I received an inquiry about reviewing products for Christmas giving. I get so much email that I normally delete, delete, and delete some more! And then I remembered this review. I responded politely: "This reader feels that this book might be exactly what you're looking for.... LOVE The Beat Goes On. "This … Continue reading WOW! This is What She Said.
I LOVE that scientists have been testing the theories I’ve known in my heart to be true! The article referenced below is a study done in the UK about the effects of sudden loss on the physical heart. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/06/18/time-does-not-mend-broken-heart-scientists-find-condition-causes/ But… LOVE can heal it. Let me tell you why. I am my own study or … Continue reading Broken Hearts & Naked Selfies