inspirational book is about the power of love and how it transcends time, space,
and physicality, offering hope to those who have suffered the loss of someone
dear to them. Particularly in these troubled times when so many lost souls are
searching for answers.
The death of a loved one often gives the bereaved little
reason to believe. When author Marie Elizabeth Thomas’ mother passed away, the
world became utterly bleak. However, even at death, her mother was able to guide
her to a life beyond. I’m Here and I’m Fine
is a spiritual book which follows her story—from grievance to acceptance.
I’m Here and I’m Fine
is based on the unusual and magical events that occurred shortly after the loss
of her beloved mother. During the past five years, her mother has shown her
through a series of “gentle miracles” that love is eternal and there is indeed
an everlasting life. Unlike most New Age books on the market, this deals more
with the special bond which the author shared with her mother: an umbilical cord
that cannot be severed.
had lost my best friend, and now I was losing my faith. Maybe that’s why Mom
decided to initiate a few miracles… I realize now that Mom’s mission was to
restore my faith. As Judy Collins sang in “Amazing Grace,” I was lost, but now
I’m found,” the author says.
Marie Elizabeth Tomas is a columnist, humorist,
novelist, and screenwriter. She began her writing career at local
Brooklyn newspapers: Courier Life and Brooklyn Graphic.
She was later syndicated by United Feature Syndicate, where she
irregularly and irreverently wrote tongue-in-cheek columns; being
dubbed, “The Brooklyn Bombeck.”
She loves to write. Being a multifarious woman
(a true Gemini), she usually tackles two or more projects at a time.
She’s presently working on a humorous screenplay and book
She and her husband, Patrick, a retired police
officer, reside in Brooklyn, New York. They are the proprietors of
an on-line wicker and jewelry business. In their leisure, they enjoy
antiquing and car shows. She is blessed with two daughters and two
sons; the latter being lovable yellow labs, Dudley and Farley.
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