Reba Riley is the author of Post-Traumatic Church Syndrome:One Woman's Desperate, Funny, Healing Journey To Explore 30 Religions, the memoir lauded as: "Hilarious, courageous, provocative, profound...Eat Pray Love's gutsy, wise, funny little sister." --Elizabeth Gilbert
"Brilliant, emotional, and audacious." --Paul Young (The Shack)
"Filled with grace, wit, charm, and profound insight." --Jen Lancaster (Bitter is the New Black, I Regret Nothing)
"Moving, funny, thoughtful book...enormously entertaining, immensely hopeful." AJ Jacobs (The Year of Living Biblically)A graduate of Ohio State University and former Fortune 500 sales manager, Reba Riley writes at The Huffington Post and Patheos.com, contributes regularly to television programming, and travels widely speaking about transformation, courage, health and healing. Reba is a survivor of a decade of chronic illness, clinical depression, an advocate for the undiagnosed patient, and a champion for the power of spiritual healing. But mostly she is just a woman with a Big Heart and Big Dream of changing hearts with her words. When she isn’t working or writing, Reba enjoys creating art, drinking wine, gardening, and dancing. She lives in Cincinnati, Ohio with her husband, Trent, and Welsh Terrier, Oxley.
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