Hear Through My Ears is a motivational story of a young woman, Tara, who faces the challenges of growing up "hearing impaired" in a hearing world. Follow her stories as she recounts everything from childhood bullies to work related restrictions and funny misunderstandings from mispronounced words to fear of Federal Air Marshals. In this tale, straight from the heart, hear through her ears and find out what it's like to face adversity and rise above it.
About the Author, Tara Chevrest:
Tara Chevrestt is a deaf woman, former aviation mechanic, writer, and an editor. She is most passionate about planes, motorcycles, dogs, and above all, reading. That led to her love of writing. Between her writing and her editing, which allows her to be home with her little canine kids, she believes she has the greatest job in the world. She is very happily married.
Tara also writes as Sonia Hightower. Sonia writes the racy stuff and argues that she was here first. She just wasn't allowed to be unleashed until the last year.
They both agree, however, that strong is sexy, and they don't write the average, simpering damsel. They write about women who see what they want and obtain it.
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"Hear Through My Ears" is a glimpse into the life of the author, Tara Chevrestt and her journey though life being "hearing impaired". I found the book to be well written and it shows Tara's strengths and persistence in not letting a handicap or ignorant people pull you down....something that we all need to do or at least learn to do. This book hit home for me as I could relate to everything she was/is going through as I am also "hearing impaired". A highly recommended read for everyone!
I give "Hear Through My Ears" a huge 5 star rating!
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