This is a true-life, detailed account of a little girl’s descent into darkness
WILLACOOCHEE. Ga. (PRWEB) July 11, 2012
In his new biography of his foster sister, “Sarah (Slipping Into Darkness)” (published by AuthorHouse), author Harvey Williams Jr. presents the true story of a young girl’s search for love that led to sex, single parenthood, drug addiction, AIDS and death.
Like many other young women in West Palm Beach, Florida, Sarah wanted a husband, a family and a life. Because of a number of poor decisions and bad luck, instead of happily-ever-after she discovers sex, drugs and illness.
An excerpt from “Sarah (Slipping Into Darkness)”:
“Not long after discovering that she was pregnant, Sarah started hearing rumors that her man was HIV positive. He was alleged to have infected at least two other women and one was reported to have developed full-blown AIDS and was dying. This woman sent word by Sarah’s sister that she needed to talk with her and that it was urgent. Although reluctant at first, Sarah finally agreed to meet with the woman.”
Williams knows this book will have a profound effect on readers. “This is a true-life, detailed account of a little girl’s descent into darkness,” he says. Unlike many fictional cautionary tales, “Sarah (Slipping Into Darkness)” uses reality to add power to its message.
About the Author
Harvey Williams Jr.'s autobiography “From Pusher To Preacher (By The Grace of God) Pt. 2” has been very informative for the loved ones of those addicted to crack cocaine. The book also serves as a warning to those who might be curious about "trying" crack for the first time, and it gives hope to those already addicted to the drug.
Williams resides in Willacoochee, Georgia, and is the pastor of the House of Deliverance Church. He is also the presiding elder of the Union Holiness Church of Faith, Inc. and writes weekly editorials for the Atkinson County Citizen.
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