Just a Girl from Kansas is one woman’s journey along the yellow brick road of guys, gurus, and goodies. Rebekah kept getting signs to move to San Francisco and finally one day she paid attention. She packed two suitcases and a backpack and flew to California with no job, no place to live, only $2,000 in the bank, and little idea of what would happen next.
In this true story she learns to trust the universe, works through her issues, overcomes addiction, and tries to win the affections of a man whose smile is known to turn women to mush. Come with her on her journey and find out what happens when one woman has the guts to pursue her dreams.
I, Rebekah Moan, was born in Wichita, Kansas and moved to North Carolina when I was a child. My book, Just a Girl from Kansas: One Woman’s Dreams are Ant-sized Compared to What Lay Ahead is a memoir about my move to California. About all the crazy adventures — the synchronicities, the meeting certain people, the awe-inspiring moments — that transpired during my move and shortly thereafter. It’s a book about having the courage to follow your dreams and what happens when you do. It’s an emotional rollercoaster that I hope inspires you to follow your own dreams because ultimately it’s completely worth it.