Donell Barlow: Medicine Tracks
Please join us to hear local author Donell Barlow discuss her memoir, "Medicine Tracks"!
About the book:
Medicine Tracks is a story of an indigenous woman’s journey toward healing, facing a variety of painful circumstances that most can relate to. It begins with the demise of her marriage, brought forth by deceit and betrayal of her husband James and best friend Nikki.
After her father Don is diagnosed with dementia, Donell can only rely on herself to pick up the pieces of her failed marriage while caring for her father. Once she becomes immersed in her culture and connected to Spirit, she begins to find some peace in the chaos and a newfound perspective.
About the author:
Donell Barlow was born in Spokane, Washington and is an enrolled member of the Ottawa tribe/Otter Clan. She is a storyteller, activist, holistic health coach, yoga teacher and hairdresser. Donell works with Native youth and communities in the Spokane area teaching Traditional foods and overall health and wellness practices. She regularly presents at conferences, events, and webinars sharing her knowledge of holistic living and self-care.
The author will be reading from her story, as well as signing copies of her book for customers.