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  • A Boy Kept Silent

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    Robert Lichti started life as a happy boy, living on the family farm. Tragedy struck May 21, 1962, the day his father was killed and nothing would be the same again. Robert was there when it happened, but no one thought to ask the six-year-old boy ...


  • The Lunch Bucket

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    A prophetic call to repentance, The Lunch Bucket is about a deeply troubled and socially alienated family who struggle to make ends meet with little success until a respected member of the community intervenes to offer support. The result of an ...


  • Please Don't Cry

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    It’s shortly after World War II in Eastern Europe when a tormented young woman steps up to the door of a speeding train…and prepares to throw her baby outside. What happens next will forever alter the lives of the young woman, the horrified teacher ...


  • The Unveiling

    A Tale of the Indivisibly Unsurpassed Dichotomy of a Heroine's Journey to Freedom in an Urban Christian Family by

    This is a story of one person's resolve not to have been the victim, but to have risen above the tirade of evil. Its intrigue is bound by the reality of the ostensibly permeating lengths that one individual can go to cover their tracks. The schemer ...


  • It Really Happened

    One Woman's Struggle for Survival by

    For years Fallon Spring endured physical and sexual abuse at the hands of family members, starting at the age of 4. As an adult the legacy of abuse left her with little self-esteem and resulted in marriages that were even more abusive and damaging. ...


  • Miracle In The Bay

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    It may seem impossible, but Alexandra Love Berry will have you belly laughing your way through her true story of severe abuse, neglect, incest, multiple suicide attempts, and alcohol-infused relationship disasters. She describes causes and effects ...


  • Other Voices

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    Born in Barbados to a poor black family bordering a major sugar cane plantation, Tony Blenman immigrated to Canada in 1969. All he wanted was to be treated as a decent human being worthy of love and respect. Instead, he experienced multiple traumas ...


  • Unfinished

    A Personal Journey of Healing, Self-Discovery and Resilience by

    Born into a rigid fear-based Christian family to a mother with undiagnosed post-partum depression, young “Frances” quickly learns her world is not a safe one. Strappings are common for Frances, who suffers multiple forms of abuse at the hands of ...


  • Breaking My Silence

    Surviving and healing myself after years of secrecy, shame and abuse by

    In this memoir, Maya Hope Kitwana exposes her truth; showing from the inside out what was required for her to survive her childhood nightmares. These nightmares no longer torment Maya Hope Kitwana. Her story provides a lighthouse for others who have ...


  • After Yesterday

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    The story of a family, already faced with disappointment, hardship, poverty and loss, who find that they have the devastation of child abuse added to their challenges. Interconnected with other families in their rural setting, they find that in a ...