this story will bring enlightenment to your heart.

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The actual events in this novel are based on the true story of my family: myself (thirty-two) and my children (three girls—ages eight, four and three—and a six-year-old boy). A dramatic change occurred in my family in an instant after my wife and the mother of these children abandoned them without even saying good-bye. She seemed to have vanished from the face of the earth. It would be fifteen years before she would make her first contact since the desertion. After she abandoned us, our lives would take a turn for the worse. We were homeless, hungry and rejected by our own family who put us out onto the winter streets. We were brutally terrorized by neighbors. We had to walk five miles across snow-packed roads and through freezing temperatures to buy groceries as well as a late night walk to a hospital when one of my children was very ill. The story ends with me being separated from all four children after the child protective services removed all four children and placed them in foster homes.

My second book.  If Mother Would Have Loved Me. 

The story begins at the eighth week of pregnancy, when the baby develops all of its vital organs, and the baby seems to be telling the story of the mother’s hate that she is pregnant. This hate continues throughout the nine months of pregnancy and would follow throughout the child’s life; even through the adult life, the mother would have no love for this life she gave birth to. I was born being hated. Had it not been for the love of two grandparents who worked hard in the cotton fields to put food on the table and clothes on me, I would have had a life much tougher than what it was. These two God-loving, God-fearing people took me in after my birth mother wanted nothing to do with me. Despite the love and teaching I was raised with, I strayed away from their rule, until later in my life, when I would return to what I was taught. The story of If Mother Would Have Loved Me will excite, thrill and touch your heart.


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