Judy Gaman Pens Powerful Memoire
At 40-something, Judy Gaman seemed to have it all: a rewarding career as a writer and radio host, a loving family and a bright future. But like many other Generation Xers, Judy had become a workaholic - the very thing she had resented about her own parents. And yet, Judy felt powerless to alter her trajectory until a small miracle in the form of centenarian Lucille Fleming entered Judy's life.
Judy's eloquent memoir, Love, Life and Lucille is a touching, inspirational story of friendship that leaves no emotional stone unturned. Judy met Lucille while researching a book about living to 100, and the two women - separated in age by five decades - forged a bond that transcended the lifetime between them. Together, they enjoyed life experiences, amazing journeys, and uncovered many truths about the human existence that transcend age, place and time.
When they first met, Lucille shared with Judy the one secret that is required for a happy and healthy life. It wasn't until Lucille's sudden and tragic death that Judy fully understood the true meaning of that advice.
Judy Gaman is an award-winning author and speaker. Some of her books include Age to Perfection: How to Thrive to 100, Happy, Healthy and Wise; and Stay Young: 10 Proven Steps to Ultimate Health.
A graduate of the prestigious George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences and the School of Professional Studies, Judy is also an award-winning speaker and co-hosts the nationally syndicated Staying Young radio show with Drs. Mark Anderson and Walter Gaman of Executive Medicine of Texas.
For more about Judy, please visit www.judygaman.com.