Books By Leeza Baric
The Boy Who Refused to Sing
The Boy Who Refused to Sing was inspired by Leeza's father, Nikola Baric who escaped from former Yugoslavia in search of freedom in 1957. Based on a true story, it is a simple narrative with universal themes. While it is about the brutality of life under communism, the book questions how free any of us are today. What songs are you being forced to sing and how far would you go to fight for your freedom?
Wobbly Woman - An Illustrated Book Rediscovering Passion & Purpose in Life
Wobbly Woman - An Illustrated Memoir is a story about the sparkle within us all and what can happened when we are not true to ourselves. It is about the loss and rediscovery of one woman's spirit and how she reignited passion and purpose in her life, symbolised through illustration. Wobbly Woman is Leeza's story but it could be anybody's story, your story? With honest, Leeza shares how she lost her sense of self but realised that happiness comes from having the courage to follow your dreams.
"People think a soul mate is your perfect fit, and that's what everyone wants. But a true soul mate is a mirror, the person who shows you everything that is holding you back, the person who brings you to your own attention so you can change your life."
(Elizabeth Gilbert - Eat, Pray, Love)
I knew it was over when I couldn't see myself written on his goal card. This is what it said...
"I am so happy and grateful that..."
He had a new house, a new car, a boat, a successful business, AND he was a great father. But there was no mention of me, his wife of 11 years, his partner for 13.
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