FALLBROOK – After a long and successful corporate career, Fallbrook retiree Sarah Tauber has had her first book published. In “For Dear Life,” Tauber has detailed her inspiring life transformations and shared parts of her life that family and friends knew little or nothing about.
While Tauber has traveled and lived in various parts of the world, her story is a memoir about the two years in the 1970s when she was a young American woman living in Tehran, Iran with her husband and young child. It was there, she said, where she experienced the most challenging time of her life.
Raw, real, and radically uplifting, “For Dear Life” is a powerful story that runs the gamut of human emotion – happiness, sadness, fear, love, agony, remorse and eventual joy. In the story, Tauber reveals a great strength of character that is destined to earn her a special, influential place in readers’ hearts.
“The choices you make in life have consequences, some ripple out to encompass other lives,” said Tauber. “You can overcome the bad choices, make better ones, and ultimately be happy again.”
In addition to writing, Tauber enjoys her retirement pursuing her passion for horseback riding. She works with a trainer and participates in dressage shows, in which she has won ribbons. She resides in Fallbrook with her husband who is a member of the Volunteer Senior Patrol for the Sheriff’s substation.
To learn more, visit www.sarahtauber.com. “For Dear Life” is available on www.amazon.com.