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“The Way of My Life”: An Inspirational and Captivating Bibliography of Barbara Jean Wooten Gayles


When it comes to the journey called ‘life’, Barbara Jean Wooten Gayles seems to have a lot to share. In fact, she really does. Her book, “The Way of My Life” is where she pours her heart out, writing her own personal experiences that will no doubt inspire and touch the lives of many.

The author is well aware she didn’t have a childhood (it is for you to see why). At a young age, she had no choice but to survive. She has been placed in very bad situations that no one deserves to experience such as being sexually assaulted and getting tied down to an abusive husband. Nevertheless, none of these became a reason for her to lose faith. Her story may show a vast number of unfortunate events, but ultimately, it depicts a strong and faithful woman who never stopped striving in life.

For that reason, she is delighted to invite everyone to read her most honest bibliography. One may read it as a form of cleansing and healing as it teaches many things about faith, hope, and love. Other various takeaways include facing trials and tribulations with courage, learning to endure, believing in yourself, focusing on the present, and much, much more. Truly, this is a book that exudes real-life lessons that will help you get through any major circumstances that you might have to deal with.

Let this fill you and everyone you know with wisdom, inspiration, and more will to live.

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The Ways of My Life
Author: Barbara Jean Wooten Gayles
Publisher: Your Online Publicist
Publication Date: January 2023
Genre: Non Fiction/Biography
Paperback ISBN: 978-1-63892-595-8
Hardcover ISBN: 978-1-63892-502-6

About the Author
Barbara Jean Wooten Gayles was born in Mississippi. Her paternal grandparents raised her in Hernando, MS. After her grandparents’ death, Barbara briefly lived with her aunt and uncle. She then left to take care of herself, graduating from Booker T. Washington High School with great hardship.

She then received a training in the medical field from Keystone Job Corps Center in Pennsylvania. After graduation, she moved to Alexandria, Virginia, attending Johnson Business School in Washington D.C. and was later married.

Barbara worked in the healthcare field for twelve years and then studied cosmetology at the Arlington Career Center. Then she divorced, and after working in a hair salon for five years, she opened her own shop.

She has been a hairstylist for more than twenty years. She and her husband, Calvin Gayles Jr., live in Alexandria, Virginia, where they are parishioners at the Christians Outreach International Church.

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