“I was afraid to go to the police because everyone we met was star struck by Nate. If any trouble arose, Nate charmed his way into a conversation about football and that was that”.
Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) February 28, 2012
Becoming the celebrity wife of an adored Super Bowl champion, with every material possession at her fingertips, Dorothy Newton had it all—or so it seemed. “I was afraid to go to the police because everyone we met was star struck by Nate. If any trouble arose, Nate charmed his way into a conversation about football and that was that”. Sadly, there’s a not-so-uncommon other side to fame—an abusive, behind-closed-doors, private side of public life that few know about and even fewer believe. Silent Tears takes the reader on the roller coaster journey of Dorothy Newton, celebrity wife, revealing the hidden world of abuse happening in homes. From poverty, second-hand abuse, and meager beginnings to incredible success, fame and good fortune, Dorothy shares what happened next … silent abuse, divorce, financial collapse, and single motherhood.
Silent Tears is a book for anyone who is suffering in silence, whatever the shame may be - abuse, betrayal, divorce, death of a loved one, financial collapse, or job loss. Those who have, or are currently surviving their own horrific ordeals will receive inspiring hope as Dorothy J Newton shares the incredible intervention that saved her, and gave her peace as she came through the storm.
"It’s a book filled with love, perseverance and proof that in America second acts aren’t only for men, women have some pretty remarkable ones as well.” —Emmitt & Pat Smith
Emmitt is an NFL Pro Football Hall of Famer, Pat is the CEO of Treasure YouTM”
Silent Tears Release Date: February 25, 2012
Buy Silent Tears online now at Dorothy's website, Amazon, and Barnes and Noble.
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YOUTUBE CHANNEL: youtube.com/user/DorothyJNewton
BOOK EXCERPT: dorothyjnewton.com/files/Meet_Nate_Newton.pdf
About Dorothy J Newton:
Dorothy Johnson Newton, the oldest girl of six children, was raised in poverty by her mother and stepfather near New Orleans. From an early age she witnessed domestic violence at home. Though she promised herself that she would never be in such a marriage, like so many others, she repeated her mother’s pattern—her abuser just happened to be a loved celebrity—a Super Bowl NFL football champion with the Dallas Cowboys. Since her divorce, Dorothy has built a life as the proud mother of her two boys—Nathaniel Newton III (Tre’), who is on an athletic scholarship at the University of Texas, and Nate King Newton. She has appeared on numerous television and radio programs as the former wife of retired NFL player Nathaniel Newton, Jr. Dorothy is currently the Practice Administrator for a health care organization, where she is pursuing her M.B.A.
Availability: Hardback available on Amazon and dorothyjnewton.com; e-Book available on Kindle or Nook.
For additional information or to schedule an interview with Dorothy Newton, contact Colleen Foshee, White Sheep Social Marketing at (817) 798-6606.