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Award-winning Author Marala Scott
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Marala Scott's story is one of struggle, triumph and courage. She is indeed a woman powered by inspiration and faith. She has overcome some extenuating circumstances.

Through her writing, Marala shares her thoughts and words of wisdom that helped her forgive and heal. As Marala's journey consist of healing through faith, personal growth and understanding relations, her passionate and honest words will challenge you to become a better, stronger more passionate version of you.

And it is through this mission that Marala Scott believes that teaching to forgive, inspiring to live is essential to overcoming some of life's most challenging circumstances.
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Don't Box Me In: Marala Scott

To say that Marala was raised in a strict household is an understatement. Marala shares her prolific story in her memoir, In Our House: Perception vs. Reality, which chronicles a childhood unlike any other. It is the chilling story of a successful family, and reveals the hidden reality behind appearances.
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Marala Scott
Marala Scott is a Best–selling, Award-winning Author, Motivational Speaker, and Ghostwriter who spends her time Teaching to Forgive, Inspiring to Live. Her efforts earned her the unique honor of being named an ​Oprah Winfrey's Ambassador of Hope​ recipient, in addition to The Sunny 95's ​20 Outstanding Women You Should Know​.​ Marala speaks from unimaginable experiences. She shares them with considerable passion, which translates into heartfelt truth. Her life-altering memoir, In Our House: Perception vs. Reality tells of her horrific childhood. Surrounded by Inspiration, shares her journey of healing through faith, personal growth and understanding relationships. Her passionate and honest words will challenge you to become a better, stronger, more passionate version of you!​

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