Murmurs of a MadWoman
An Unconventional Memoir
About the Book
Murmurs of a Mad Woman answers the question, what do you do when an emotional bomb detonates through your life? Beginning with the moment of impact, Murmurs uses raw emotional imagery and engaging vulnerability to capture the experience of surviving the storms of life and the beauty found within the journey back to sanity.
About the Author
Thea Monyee´ is an accomplished performer, speaker, and writer with credits that include appearances on HBO, BET, and TV One, performances at the legendary Ford Amphitheater and House of Blues in Los Angeles, countless college tours, and commissions to write poetry for the NAACP and other national organizations focused on making a difference.
When she is not writing, Monyee´ can be found facilitating workshops and providing individual and family therapy to at-risk families in the Los Angeles area as a marriage and family therapist. Currently she is a contributor to SayWordLA.org and a board member of Manhood Camp for at risk males.
Thea Monyee´is a native Los Angelena, where she enjoys spending time with her family and soaking up the California sun.