In her memoir titled Brave Enough Now, Tiffany Johnson has poignantly captured the harrowing experience of surviving the 1999 Swiss Canyoning Disaster at the Saxetenbach Gorge.
A story of inspiration, Tiffany has written this narrative non-fiction with humour, honesty and an appealing voice that will greatly captivate a myriad of readers.
She learnt many important life lessons along her journey of surviving not only this disaster, but also a toxic relationship that had damaging consequences on her mental health, and she has expertly expressed them for the benefit of readers.
Her writing is illuminating, entertaining and witty, and her words will provoke readers into contemplating their own self-journeys. Her story, whilst hers alone, has the potential to enlighten many who need to find courage and embark on a life of ‘their’ choosing. It has the potential to resonate positively with a wide audience, due to Tiffany’s engaging writing style.
Brave Enough Now is not just another memoir; it is a story of a significant historical event and a woman who was brave enough to share all the intimate shades of her experiences that lead up to that day, and that propelled her onwards and upwards.