Jackie's Miracle by Emeka Iwenofu

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Enter the world of a young woman named JaQuita “Jackie” Jenkins, who has just been released from a 4-year prison term. We soon learn that Jackie had a tumultuous childhood, dominated by drugs, alcohol and abuse, and has no real family to go to upon her release. Her luck changes when she meets her parole officer, who ends up altering the course of her life. This total stranger informs her of an ancient, closely guarded “secret” that sends Jackie on an exciting adventure beyond her wildest dreams. Within this secret are step-by-step techniques that she
applies to her daily life, that also serve as a blueprint for the reader to follow to attain success on their own... whatever that may be.
Immerse yourself in this life-changing book that has had many readers claiming to be one of the greatest practical books they have ever read on success. It is not only an enjoyable read, but the concepts discussed are easy to understand, and can quickly be applied anyone’s life. It is a book that you’ll not only cherish, but will recommend to anyone you care about and love.
 

About Emeka Iwenofu

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Emeka Iwenofu is an aspiring young writer whose books from The Miracle Trilogy(r) have been adored and celebrated by people throughout the world. He is the winner of the coveted 2013 Fifty Great Writers You Should Be Reading Award for Francine's Miracle and Jackie's Miracle, both of which have been converted to Japanese with future translations in the works. He hopes his books continue to inspire and change the lives of his readers and those around them.
 
Published July 27, 2012 by Hope Point Press. 230 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Self Help, Children's Books, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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