Compassion Magic

Paperback – March 28th, 2016

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Discover the Magic of Compassion in Your Life.

Turn heartache and tragedy into triumph and love.

Virginia Hunter Sampson arrived at a place in her life where she was burdened with heartache, guilt, and regret. Having just divorced her third husband, she was at a crossroads—she could become a victim to it all or find a more positive road out.

The victim route would be easy after a life of domestic violence, divorce, and the unimaginable grief of losing one husband to “Lou Gehrig’s disease.” As she navigated a long three-year journey into the depths of grief, she found herself once again in an untenable position. Two of her four children turned to drugs and alcohol to handle the emotional devastation.

What do you do when it looks like life has beaten you down? Journey with Virginia as she discovers one of life’s greatest healing balms: the magic of compassion, both for herself and for others.

Compassion transformed her life. It can transform yours. Find out how Virginia discovered how to tap into its power. Together we can build families, communities, and businesses with a foundation of compassion.

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Loving Dangerously: Journey to Nepal

Paperback – October 10th, 2014

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How do you discover yourself after heartbreak? Travel with a young artist on her true adventures in the 70s-a time of free love, drugs, the peace movement, and an explosive art scene as she searches for meaning in her own life. After heartbreak at home, she wins a scholarship to England and journeys across Europe to Nepal, with her sense of humor and sketchbook at her side. At first she follows her English boyfriend, then treks alone through the Himalaya foothills. She meets a Patron of the Arts, the head Lama, a Gurkha warrior, and faces risky situations in search of what she ultimately learns means most to her. Journey with her as she discovers real life is rich with characters doing extraordinary things every day.

“Lynda Cain Hubbard tells a fascinating true story of self-discovery and maturation on her travels through Nepal. Accompanied by an ever-present sketchpad and enthusiasm born of youth, the reader fears for her safety as she encounters frightening people and situations, and smiles as she grows in understanding. It is an exciting read!” Lee A. Jackman, author Becoming Lee-a memoir, 2014

Loving Dangerously: Journey to Nepal.A Story of Adventure and Risk, is Lynda Cain Hubbard’s memoir of her journey-turned-spiritual awakening. If you are searching for something, for answers, for peace, for a way to move on with life while never leaving behind lessons hard learned, then Loving Dangerously can become a guide book on how to do it with grace, a love for humanity, and a grand sense of adventure that will never leave you.-an inspiring story for readers of all ages.

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Surviving the Second Tier

Paperback RELEASE date – January 18th, 2022

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“Sicily “Sis” Jones is the only undefeated college athlete in the Amateur Fighting Association (AFA),

but her spotless record is running her life. She’s living on pennies and nursing a debilitating injury. Her teammates have their share of struggles, too. Striker fights to support his struggling family. Rip has a secret. Cal harbors a grudge. 

Topping it off is their cut-throat coach who pushes them beyond their limits for the sake of his own career. 

It’s a new order in the world of college athletics. After a financial crisis, the AFA had to salvage its profits. Fighting became the only sport, a brilliant and violent solution to the economic collapse. But at what cost to the athletes?

Sis and her teammates have made it through nearly four years together at their little second-tier university. But all bets are off when the AFA puts Sis against one of her own. Will the Association survive the aftermath?”

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Triumph Over Failure and Fear: Finding Your Resilience in the Face of Adversity

Paperback – May 14th, 2021

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When you feel overwhelmed, overworked, and not sure what to do … It’s time to dig deep and find your resiliency. But how?

Sally Allen was a statistic waiting to happen. Born into a toxic environment, forced into an arranged marriage, and being sexually abused left her in a chronic state of fear and insecurity. The worst part, however, was the bondage that she created for herself-in her mind. Allen had no idea the life she led wasn’t normal. She allowed her circumstances to define who she was. She was powerless.

Through a series of events, she found her power. She discovered how to be resilient. Through the power of resilience, she made the paradigm shift: from victim to survivor, from lack of self-esteem to boldness and bravery, from people-fearing to God-fearing. From her journey of finding resilience, Allen discovered a process, and that’s the backbone of what you will read. With it, you can find your own resilience and rewrite your story the way you want!

 

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What Once Seemed Strange

Paperback – September 26th, 2013 (Ebook Jan 15, 2015)

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From Cairo to Austin: exiled at 12, Michele Kay takes her readers on a gut-wrenching, painfully lonely, but often exhilarating journey to “home.”

Through this memoir she tells the intensively personal stories of her family’s expulsion from Egypt during the 1956 Suez Canal crisis and devastating effects of this displacement on their lives.

No matter where her nomadic life took her—London, Hong Kong, Saigon, San Francisco, Paris, Tel Aviv, Washington, Texas—Michele proved, as she once wrote: “life is a series of opportunities…to grab.” Mother of two, grandmother of five, she was often described as a “fireball who thought fast, wrote fast and spoke very fast.”

Inspiring, fascinating: a reassuring story for anyone faced with unwanted, unexpected twists and turns in life. And that would be, of course, all of us.

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