In quick succession, the author, calls out to love and human understanding with great introspection. Confronted with the unquestionable scarring that comes with the birth of a special son, she turns what might be traumatic or tragic for others into a source of pride, happiness, and joy. Drawing upon her unlimited optimism and a deeply-seated calling from God, the author conveys her message clearly and directly with effortless narrative and straightforward language.
The simple fact of having named her son Emir — Arabic for “leader” — is symbolic of her message. Her reiteration of being a special mother of a special child, is the reaffirmation of the conclusion she arrived at while confronting the reality she lives in. Let there be no doubt that in this world full of egotism, envy, arrogance and inequality, what lies within these pages serves as a paean to love, spirituality and the elevation of the human being. It is not to be missed.
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Eliana Tardío Hurtado was born in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia, on March 17th, 1978. She is married and has one son, named Emir. She graduated from high school at the age of 16, and then went on to study Secretarial Administration and Public Relations in college. At the same time, she studied languages, and now speaks English and French as well as her native Spanish.
She has always had a passion for reading and writing; for several years she wrote poetry, and she excelled at an early age for her writing and narrative ability. At the age of 26, she immigrated to the United States and had her first child. The birth of her son changed her life permanently, and in the process of adaptation, acceptance and rebirth, she found the path to personal fulfillment: her first novel.
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