Author: Nancy Price
ISBN 978-1-60264-436-6 (softcover)
How does a daughter let go of hatred towards an abusive father? Why do some people show little effect of abusive situations, when others live their whole life attempting to hide from the truth with addictions to control the tension? This is a story inspired by true events, no different than the actions of many confused persons looking for answers to unresolved mysteries of life. Questions that frighten children until the answers are fairy tales. Questions that depress adults until the answers are fictional stories. Like ghosts that haunt houses, unfinished grievances cause cold and terrifying items of disbelief. Bonnie Sue McCue was haunted by her past, but she never gave up looking for answers to her unsolved childhood events. Time is upon many in the world to let go of anger and forgive those dealings that keep us stuck within our own self. It is past time to stop sleeping with our enemies and to embrace the Dark Night of the Soul.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Nancy Price has been employed in the hospital environment, first as a nurse aide, then as a medical technologist, for over thirty years. She now resides in the Portland, Oregon metropolitan area where she continues employment in the laboratory. She has also been fascinated by people and their love of talking about themselves; it is almost like dissecting specimens and placing them under a microscope. A few sessions at an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting could allow for many a yarn to be spun from the attendees. Or would it be more exciting to hear their stories before they decided to recover from a seemingly hopeless state of mind and body, such as those members of the Saturday night Gun and Knife Club around the corner of Main and Market who bleed out liters of blood before death is pronounced on the surgeon's table.
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