NEW LONDON, CONNECTICUT, UNITED STATES, January 26, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — If women see that they're not alone and feel heard, they can empower themselves to thrive in spite of any unfortunate experiences.
Pamela Collins knows firsthand the struggles of moving forward. Collins is the author of The Innkeepers Diary, a collection of journals that chronicles her time as the owner of the Coastal Cottage Inn, a bed and breakfast, and the strange and mysterious things that happened to her along the way.
“I sometimes fantasize about the freedom of just being a wanderer through life,” says Collins. “Everyone said I needed to write a book based on what was going on in my life and its wild twists and turns. It's the madcap adventures of my life.”
An Amazon bestseller, The Innkeeper’s Diary is partly a spiritual memoir about our connection to each other.
“My story is the story of an abused woman. I was abused by my classmates in elementary school, for being a Greek Orthodox living in Utah. I was abused by my second husband who took my home, business, and inheritance through corporate greed. I was abused by the political world, which took away my belief in a virtuous America.
“The book is about loving people and controlling your thoughts,” says Collins. “The real reason I wrote the book was to explore how powerful our thoughts are and how important our choices are. We’re all going to have experiences that are out of our control. but we can control the way that it affects us.”
The Innkeeper’s Diary Pamela shares her story of how she endured all of these obstacles as a single mother raising two sons.
“My book is the result of my spiritual faith, a memoir of how I was able to navigate all these torments because of my spiritual beliefs, which ultimately gave me the strength to carry on,” says Pamela.
The book details many of the unexplainable, mystical and fortuitous events she experienced throughout her life and their significance. Pamela explores the serendipitous nature of the people we meet along the way and how we can relate to each other to bring healing.
Says Pamela: “Through my experiences I am certain there is an unseen force working in the world and our limitations on how much control we actually have over it is based on our thinking as a creative force.”
CUTV News Radio will feature Pamela Collins in an interview with Jim Masters on January 30th at 3pm EST.
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