Penns Grove, NJ (PRWEB) August 08, 2013
In a provocatively eye-opening narrative that revolves around the issue of addiction, author Beverly J. Walker provides insights and lessons to her readers. In Broken Crutch, she takes the story of three different people whose lives are concrete examples of how drugs and addiction can impact one’s existence and their loved ones.
Broken Crutch allows the readers to follow the story of three dysfunctional individuals. Mercedes Kemp, a single mother, rebuilds her life after an abusive relationship. Desiring a more affluent life she begins transporting drugs. The money is great; but the drug lord is the devil incarnate. Intuition tells her something is wrong. Can she get out in time? Bojoe Jackson, a widower and father, hates everything about drugs. But what will he do when he finds himself addicted to the very substance he despises? And Cora May Richardson, a single mother of seven, loves her drugs and vowels to never give them up; until her 12-year-old son Tank gives her an ultimatum.
In Broken Crutch, Walker has written a revealing narrative that raises readers’ awareness on drugs and addiction. The stories of Mercedes, Bojoe and Cora May will let them see the worst circumstances once they involve themselves into drugs. The book will inspire them to value life, treasure their families and make the most of their existence in a more promising and positive way.
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About the Author
Beverly J. Walker is the author of “Grandma’s Drama” published in 2007, the first of her novels. Her writing reflects the subject of addiction, usually seen through the eyes of a child. She continues to progress her passion for writing on this timely subject and being the voice of so many children of addicted parents. She resides in New Jersey.
Broken Crutch * by Beverly J. Walker
Publication Date: 7/29/2013
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