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Pa-Pro-Vi Publishing Launches ‘How to Live Well Past 100 Years’ About 108-year-old Mother Lucille Shazier

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Pa-Pro-Vi Publishing Launches ‘How to Live Well Past 100 Years’ About 108-year-old Mother Lucille Shazier

May 17
20:05 2021

Cordele, GA, USA – May 17, 2021 – LaQuita Parks, Owner, and CEO of Pa-Pro-Vi Publishing, is thrilled to announce the release of ‘How to Live Well Past 100 Years’ written about 108-year-old Mother Lucille D. Shazier, written by Mary Beal. An event to celebrate the launch will be held on Thursday, May 20th, in Cordele, Georgia, at the Chamber of Commerce and features a book signing.

For 107 years, Mother Lucille D. Shazier’s life has taken her in crevices and places where “there ain’t been no light.” Through smiles and tears, she says, “Life for me ain’t been no crystal stair. It’s had tacks in it and splinters and boards torn up.” Langston Hughes. Through it all, she never allowed bitterness, hate, and defeat to define her. She never knew her birth mother and never knew what happened to her oldest sister.

Pandemics are not new to her; she remembers the Spanish Flu, cited as the most devastating pandemic in the world’s history. She was seven years old when the U.S. Government legalized the women’s suffrage movement. African American women were not invited or included. To combat societal ills, injustices, poverty, racism, and death, Mother Shazier developed a deep and abiding relationship with God. Her relationship with the Lord has been her thermometer and guiding light for 107 years. Her final declaration…” I walk by faith, not by sight.”

All her life, she has been intrigued, amazed, fascinated, and stunned by the wisdom, strength, and tenacity of mature women. Their lives and experiences span the gamut of obstacles, triumphs, successes, and “ups and downs.” In the words of Maya Angelou, “you may write me down in history with your bitter, twisted lies, you may tread me in the very dirt, but still, I’ll rise.”

Parks explains that Pa-Pro-Vi means Pain, Progress, Victory because “I believe that without pain there is no progress and without progress, there can be no victory. At Pa-Pro-Vi Publishing, we help people take their story from a “thought to a realization!”

“There are a lot of benefits to publishing with Pa-Pro-Vi,” adds Parks. “100% of everyone living or dead has a story, and everyone has a right to tell their story and start the healing process.” Pa-Pro-Vi Publishing assists in promoting books and coaching/development sessions in the price of their affordable publishing packages. Parks and Pa-Pro-Vi Publishing have recently been featured on Zondra TV Network, Beyond Picket Fences, Global Woman Network, MLT Network, I AM Online Magazine, and Shoutout Atlanta.

About Pa-Pro-Vi Publishing

LaQuita Parks, Owner and CEO of Pa-Pro-Vi Publishing published her first book in 2016 called ‘Walking Limitation.’ It is a true story about the life she has led since childhood medical trauma at the hands of a nurse. After four trips to Mayo Clinic for treatment, LaQuita realized that many people want to tell their stories but don’t know how or are afraid. So she founded Pa-Pro Vi Publishing to give people a productive and professional platform to tell their stories.

For more information about Pa-Pro-Vi Publishing or to schedule a Free 30-minute Coaching and Development Call, visit them online at www.paprovipublishing.com.

Media Contact
Company Name: Zondra TV Network
Contact Person: Zondra Evans
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Phone: 469-712-7168
Country: United States
Website: https://zondratv.com

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