Author Jayne Grant is Today’s Honoree

DejaVuA light shines bright at the end of the tunnel. Even when things get tough, hope can be found.

In her book, “Déjà Vu,” Jayne Grant tells a thrilling story of danger, adventure and romance. Leaving her home in California, Dora sets out to discover the mystery of her past. While in Chicago, the face of a stranger forces her to recall memories previously blocked out. With life’s twists and turns, Dora endures to find the truth of her forgotten past.

When Grant was 13, a car accident left her face paralyzed and in a coma. After waking 32 days later, she had to relearn many of life’s basic skills.

“One of the main themes in my book is Dora’s struggle to remember lost memories,” Grant said, “In my own life, I’ve found that good can come from the worst circumstances.”

Through a thrilling novel, Grant hopes to inspire readers to look beyond their circumstances and persevere through bad situations, finding the good in everything.

About the author:

Jayne Grant lives in northern California and is the mother of an adult son. After a car accident in her youth left her permanently disabled, she had to relearn many basic life skills and adjust to limitations that came with the disability. Grant graduated from San Francisco State University and she wrote and directed school plays as well as commercials at De Anza College in Cupertino. She volunteered regularly at Stanford Children’s Hospital and currently loves cooking, writing, traveling and dogs.

 

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