Author Gigi Cramer continues to uplift and inspire readers with the release of her courageous memoir, Miracle Warrior: Surviving a Shattered Life. During such an uncertain time in world history, stories like these remind readers of the strength of the human spirit and the ability of everyday people to triumph.
Miracle Warrior chronicles Cramer’s incredible story after a catastrophic car accident nearly claimed her life. Given only the scarcest odds of survival, she fought back for months in a medically induced coma and countless days of pain and fear. But despite the nearly insurmountable challenges put before her, Cramer refused to relent, recognizing her second chance at life as exactly what it was—a miracle of her own making.
Readers who enjoy stories of redemption and hope will instantly connect with Cramer’s unbelievable recovery. Her refusal to quit can serve as an inspiration to many, including those who are facing life-threatening conditions, abandonment, addiction, or other ongoing struggles. Miracle Warrior is a potent reminder that life is precious and worth fighting for at any cost.
With vivid descriptions and a powerful voice, Cramer draws upon her own experiences to deliver a truly insightful collection of anecdotes, stories, and memories about her life. As the daughter of an accomplished forensic pathologist, a descendant of Sir John Hawkins, a three time breast cancer survivor and even a dinner guest of Dr. Seuss, it’s no surprise that Cramer is a force to be reckoned with, both on and off the page.
Miracle Warrior: Surviving a Shattered Life is available for purchase on Amazon.com or wherever books are sold.
Gigi Cramer is an author, mother, and survivor, with a passion for helping others find their way through dark times. Her work has been featured in the prestigious Ranch & Coast Magazine, where Miracle Warrior was selected as an Editor’s Pick. In addition to writing, Cramer was a celebrity interior designer in Washington, D.C. and New York City prior to becoming a top-producing real estate agent in San Diego for over a decade. She is the proud single mother of two children, Randall and Cameron, and she continues to be a tireless advocate for her community and philanthropic passions/charities.