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In a candid and witty memoir, Jodi recounts how her life was transformed when, as a thirty-three-year-old wife and mother, she was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor. Unwilling to accept her new fate, Jodi's family searches for a doctor who will join their fight against the odds. But when the surgery that could save her life thrusts her into battle with a devastating spinal fluid leak and facial paralysis, even her own children fear her new appearance and physical failings. Jodi perseveres, even with an injured body and spirit. Interweaving the inspiring, provoking, and sometimes disturbing, Jodi reveals the hells and highs of her journey as she fights for hope and purpose—and life.

                   Awards for                         The Sun Still Shines                        2016 LUW Gold Quill                 2014 First Place LDStorymakers         Amazon.com Bestseller

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Rise Above Depression is a resource to help sufferers and loved ones understand depression, identify triggers, and discover relief tactics to use in the midst of depressive episodes.  There is no single approach or set of instructions for healing from depression, but there are thousands of people who successfully rise above the hopelessness. These are their stories, ideas, failures, triumphs, and the encouragement and tips they want to pass on—to you. Authors and contributors include:

  • International Bestselling Author, Angie Fenimore
  • Dr. Paul Jenkins
  • Body Buddies founder, Kristy Jo Hunt
  • Authors Nathan & Heather Ogden
  • Author Kelly Parkinson
  • Author Karen Hoover
  • Cokeville Bombing Survivor Lori Conger

An Author From the Start 

Jodi Orgill Brown began writing stories early in her youth. By the end of gradeschool, she knew she wanted to write and publish a book, though at the time, she believed she would be creating stories, rather than re-telling them. Dozens of stories stayed in her heart—or on her computer—but following a battle with a brain tumor, Jodi knew the time was finally right to capture a story, her own story.

THE SUN STILL SHINES was released in November 2015, and went on to become an Amazon bestseller. It has received numerous awards, including Nonfiction Book of the Year from the League of Utah Writers.

Jodi believes the best part about being an author is connecting with readers. She loves to receive email and notes on social media from people who have read her story, or who want to connect.

Email her at authorjodibrown@gmail.com .