Family & Relationships, Abuse, Domestic Partner Abuse
A True Story Of Family, Trauma & Survival by Susan Jean Hachey
Mama Bird is a true story about the endurance and perseverance needed to survive an abusive marriage. When Susan found herself pregnant at the age of twenty-one, she did what she thought was the best thing and married her baby’s father, Cain. Having ...
The Truth About the Long Lasting Effects of Domestic Violence by Joyce Greer
Major Flaws is a non-fictional, psychological thriller based on true events that occurred through decades of violence in the Graves' family. For many years they thought they held it together until one of them started to unravel and the truth was ...
Son, Daddy Has To Go
by Momcilo (Michael) Pupavac
When young Novak Jovanovic returns to Serbia to find his bride, he is full of optimism, hoping things will go well and that the three-week vacation will turn out as he imagined it might. He believes that a girl of his own nationality will share his ...
Mommy's Little Monster
My Journey with the Narcissist by Anne Wolfe
When 14-year-old Anne meets Brian, 19, she’s captivated by his good looks, guitar-playing skills, and bad-boy persona. Despite their age gap, what starts as a slow-burn friendship ignites into a sexual relationship and then marriage—all overshadowed ...
The Holy F*cks of Life
by Chantel Rose
Life can change in an instant. While working as a model and actress in Vancouver, British Columbia, author Chantel Rose receives a desperate phone call that changes her life. In an instant, she is back in her hometown, forced into a world she tried ...
by Rosie Vukovich
The Traumas I went through as a child meeting the love of my life, and losing him at no fault of mind. Who I have been and who I am now, the lessons life taught me and the path it has lead me on to be Who I am today. I believe that without these ...
Where Did The Sunshine Go? by Donna Forster
Addiction, abuse, and evenings spent working on the street characterize Annie’s Story: Where Did the Sunshine Go? Based on real-life events, this fictionalized account is told from the perspective of the author, who volunteers as a street outreach ...
Exposing the Glitch: Confronting Female Complicity in Recovery from Toxic Relationships by Lorelie Friesen
By age fifty, Lorelie Friesen considered herself an educated woman who should have been living the good life. Instead, she found herself with a serious problem: how to justify staying in an abusive marriage. She realized it was time to look inward. ...
No Such Thing as Justice
by Holly A.J. Robinson
No Such Thing as Justice is an epistolary novel about a woman who is up against the system. Through a series of diary entries, we follow Betty Benson’s life story, one that includes her relationships, and all the trouble they deliver to her. In no ...
Happily Ever After
by Rain Zaben
Become the best version of YOU that you can be. Rain had a lot of boyfriends. None of them felt like The One. That is, until she met MJ. He was everything she thought she desired—finally, someone who really saw her, who doted on her, who was in her ...