Like most American women of her generation, Mim Neal took a long time to grow up -- to find her own identity, her own value. She did it word by word, writing her way out of ambivalence into wholeness. From the time she could read, she wrote. She earned her living writing. She traveled the globe, learning from other cultures, and, in this country, explored Native American traditions. Her first book, Tree Lines, A Memoir, traces her spiritual evolution as she moved through life as single mom/career woman and, finally, author.
When she finally opened the trunk from her mother’s estate, Mim found a treasure of memorabilia about her female ancestors. As she began to write their stories, their stories became entangled with her own. The result: Family Time, her second book, now available on Amazon.