Jaci was 26 years old and already exhausted by the sheer act of living, of correcting the mistakes her wild youth had made, when she was thrown from the back of a motorcycle into the side of a truck, and run over by the bobcat laden trailer in tow. Now with a badly mangled body and her future pulled out from under her, Jaci finds herself alone, facing a life she doesn’t want to live in a body she cannot love. The Me I Was narrates Jaci's quest to return to normal, a journey into herself where she finds her version of God, a hefty dose of gratitude, and true, deep joy.
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Born and raised in a small mid-western town, Jaclyn Lanae found a love for books and the written word early in life. She's been crafting stories ever since, creating dynamic characters with complicated backstories and setting them loose in her imagination delighted to watch them live. She now considers the motorcycle accident that briefly took her life in 2006 among the greatest gifts she's ever been given, and is honored to offer readers her first memoir; The Me I Was, detailing her experience, her recovery, and her newly discovered perspective.
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