A book of emotional healing that seeks to inspire readers towards personal growth and increased self-esteem
(PRWEB) November 05, 2014
ATLANTA – Growing up in Techwood Homes within downtown Atlanta, the first public housing project in the United States, author Dolcie Truman Jaxon lived a troubled life rife in adversity. As “The Quiet Girl” (published by Xlibris), she tells her story of strength, inspiration and courage in the face of self-healing.
An excerpt from the book reads:
I remember my childhood in fragments, like shredded glass smashed on the floor; but what I do remember is lucid and vivid, like an imprint that refuses to go away. To the outside world, we seemed like the conventional suburban family, but behind those doors, we had secrets. Secrets that I learned to keep from a very young age. I blurred the lines between right and wrong, good and bad and began to live in my world, a world that only existed in my mind. Here’s my story…
“The Quiet Girl” is a book of emotional healing that seeks to inspire readers towards personal growth and increased self-esteem. A heart-wrenching journey through Jaxon’s trials and tribulations, this easy-to-read book is meant to encourage victims to have faith, to summon up the courage to help destroy the predator by speaking up.
“The Quiet Girl”
By Dolcie Truman Jaxon
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 72 pages | ISBN 9781499056181
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 72 pages | ISBN 9781499056198
E-Book | 72 pages | ISBN 9781499056174
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Dolcie Truman Jaxon grew up within the inner city of Atlanta, Ga. She is the proud mother of three children, Shamere, Rubin and Mya. “The Quiet Girl” is her first novel, its every word written solely from the heart.
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