WASHINGTON (PRWEB) June 10, 2013
Author Thaddeus Best holds nothing back as he visits his childhood memories and shares his life story with his truly touching memoir, From Here to Where. His is a story that will touch every heart and make the readers understand a boy who has been through a lot in this life, how he dealt with his inner pain and suffering and comes out from the ordeal scathed and scarred, but a whole lot tougher than before.
Best grew up in a family that lacks the happiness and security he needed, and in his growing up years, he has to face his father’s wrath that clouds their household. In his young mind, he can’t fully fathom why his father wants to hurt him all the time, injecting in him a fear that accompanies his nightmares. Although he’s no match for his father’s strength, he still manages to protect his mother, making himself an effective diversion and bait once his old man starts on his arguments.
He was taught the things that matter in life, sometimes in hard way. Being young and carefree, he started to explore his sensuality, opening his eyes to a lot of things in life. He is the kind of man who will protect those who are dear to him, even if he has to face his own inner demons, fighting his pain, grief and anger to understand his circumstance. After a loss in their family and a secret that surrounds his birth was revealed, he embarks on a renewed journey in life that will teach him how it is to really live. He has to learn to accept the past to begin anew.
Brimming with honesty and truly motivating, From Here to Where is a book that enlightens about the ugly side of life, and a young man’s remarkable strength to face his demons and rise up from the rubbles he is in, in order to make himself better despite the many obstacles he’s been through.
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From Here to Where * by Thaddeus Best
Based on a True Nightmare
Publication Date: April 22, 2013
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 226 pages; 978-1-4836-0556-2
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