Author Amanda Libbers is a native of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She graduated from University Laboratory School, class of 1999 with a high school diploma. She graduated from Southeastern Louisiana University in 2004 with a bachelor of science degree in family consumer science with a concentration in family studies. In 2009, she graduated from medical training college with a certificate of completion in medical office specialist. Ms. Libbers held a national license to bill and code from January 2010 through January 2012 under the National Healthcare Association.
Ms. Libbers says, “While I have not done much with my life since college, and I have not really had any clear direction to take in life, I have always enjoyed writing a short story or poem whenever I get inspired. I have enjoyed writing this book because I enjoy writing poetry. I hope you found this book of poetry to be uplifting, and I hope it brought out mainly positive emotional responses from within you. I enjoy making a difference in other people’s lives no matter how small. I believe that anyone is capable of making a difference in people’s lives from day to day, no matter how small it is.” Ms. Libbers implores you, “Don’t forget to ask yourself how you can help someone else in need today!”