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Paula Renaye is a Certified Professional Coach, is certified in multiple energetic modalities and has won eight national book awards for personal development.

Her latest book, Living the Life You Love: The No-Nonsense Guide to Total Transformation, was named to Kirkus Reviews’ Best of 2012 and won the 2013 IPPY Gold Medal for Self Help, among others. It is available worldwide in English, Spanish and Chinese and now in print on the India Subcontinent. Living the Life You Love is recommended by therapists and other professionals with endorsements such as, “All the benefits of serious therapy in one book!”

Paula is passionate about helping adults heal from their known and unknown childhood traumas through gentle yet deeply powerful techniques that provide relief for mind, body and soul. In addition to training in traditional and nontraditional platforms, Paula uses her own experiences of healing from trauma to provide compassionate support for those trapped in unconscious patterns of needless suffering. She works with clients in private sessions and group workshops to facilitate healing from the traumas associated with loss, divorce, adoption and abuse.  To learn more about Paula and her work, visit


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Paula’s first mystery, Hot Enough to Kill, was released in 1999 to rave reviews and was featured in Redbook. An excerpt is featured in the University of Texas Press’ Lone Star Sleuths: An Anthology of Texas Crime Fiction. The second title in the series, Dead Man Falls, won the 2001 WILLA Literary Award Winner for Best Original Paperback. Turkey Ranch Road Rage, released in 2010, continues the series with some sanity-challenging and life-changing events for Jolene that open the door for another wild ride in Killer Moves, to be released in 2012.

Paula has served on the executive boards of Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers and Women Writing the West. She conducts workshops and speaks at conferences and events across the country and has appeared on CSPAN’s Book TV. Paula and her books have been featured Colorado Homes and Living, Mountain Living, Romantic Times and The Dallas Morning News, among many other publications. Visit