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Whatever Doesn't Kill You...

e.s. brath

Non-fiction, Biography, Travel, Harper True Life

London, England: fast-paced, cosmopolitan, home for the next three months. Add internship, working trip to Scotland and visit with family in Norway ... and stir.


I have always been stubborn. So much, in fact, it took 15 days beyond my due date to convince me to leave the warmth of the womb. But it is this stubbornness, coupled with an inborn thirst for adventure, that has carried me through the most challenging situations, most of which I create myself.