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(Extra)Ordinary

More Inspirational Stories of Everyday People

Keith Maginn

9780998521619
160 pages
KiCam Projects LLC
Overview

“This world needs books like these right now—the inspirational people within these pages.” - Kimberly Morand, blogger

"When everything in life goes wrong, what keeps people going? This wonderful collection of answers tells how some conquered the near impossible." - Frank Litsky, retired editor and reporter, The New York Times

Burned on 100 percent of his body as a young boy, John O’Leary was given a 1 percent chance of survival. Thirty years later, he is a bestselling author, nationally known speaker, beloved husband, and dedicated father.

Once controlled by addiction, Todd Crandell is now an addiction counselor—and a world-class Ironman triathlete.

Born with no arms or legs, Nick Vujicic fought back from the brink of suicide to become a faith-driven motivational speaker admired by people around the world.

These are just three of the inspiring lives featured in (Extra)Ordinary: More Inspirational Stories of Everyday People—tales of individuals who started out as “ordinary” but have proven to be anything but.

Each of the people featured in (Extra)Ordinary reminds us of the depth of human potential and calls us to find our own strength to make our mark on the world around us. (Extra)Ordinary opens our eyes to the power that rests in each and every person!

"I love this book. If you are looking for a book to inspire you, get yourself a copy. You will not be disappointed." - J. Bronder Book Reviews

Author Bio
Keith Maginn believes that writing to help and inspire others is his life's purpose. A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, Keith earned a bachelor's degree in sociology from Miami University before going to work for AmeriCorps and Habitat for Humanity. His other books include: (Extra)Ordinary: Inspirational Stories of Everyday People; Turning This Thing Around, a self-help memoir; and Goodwill Tour: Paying It Forward, which details a 3,000-mile philanthropic road trip through the southeastern United States.