It’s never too late to follow your heart and become who you were born to be.
As a child, Lisa Nimmo’s burning desire to sing was extinguished by a school choir teacher, who convinced her she didn’t have what it takes.
Twenty-three years later an unexpected brush with the stage re-awakens her singing dream, catapulting Lisa, now 32, on a bold quest to chase the music career she thought she’d never have.
Within just six years, Lisa’s step by step approach and razor-sharp focus takes her from closet-karaoke-singing-salesperson to professional musician and recording artist, sharing the stage with Sir Elton John and Eric Clapton.
Successfully crossing genres from memoir to business goal-setting and self-coaching manual, Blame It On Abba is a real-life example of the courage and commitment it takes to follow your heart and chase a dream. Chock full of practical advice, goal-getting strategies and ways to bust through fear and resistance, this entertaining adventure story of one woman’s dream, provides the tools and inspiration to go after your own.Other media reviews Reader reviews