NEW YORK (PRWEB) December 08, 2020
Talented Evans, an accountant and Kentucky native presently living a quiet life with her husband, Marcus, and their pit bull, Neena in her hometown, where she enjoys watching sports, cooking, and riding motorcycles, has published her new book “Keep It Moving”: a searing memoir of one of the most difficult chapters in her life.
The author shares, “It was time for me to gather my girls and leave my train wreck of a marriage. The divorce, although needed and inevitable, was as messy and complicated as the marriage.
We were separated at least a year before he filed. I had been doing me. The girls and I had been living it up. I knew you couldn’t move forward looking back, so I was ready to move on at his expense. I knew we were finished, and I needed to put it behind me. I thought it would be easy. Wishful thinking. This divorce took way too much time, and I felt like I had the worst judge on the bench.
Situations like this have a way of exposing the fake people in your life. It lets you know who is truly for you and who has secretly been against you. Family and so-called friends turned their back on me and continued to betray me. I never imagined the people closest to me would do and say the things they did and said to and about me.
The moment I decided to do what I felt was best for me and my girls, the ridicule began, and it was relentless. I was immediately a bad mother. I received so many disturbing messages that I sent a few of my own, changed my number, and moved on with my life, without them in it.
I had to stand my ground and defend the decisions I made. I needed to show I was strong enough to stand alone. I had pushed away and removed a lot of people from my life at this time.
I never really had a family, just a bunch of relatives. I never had many friends, only true frenemies. On top of that, my relationship with my girls got sketchy. I felt like it was me against the world, and I was ready for battle.”
Published by Page Publishing, Talented Evans’s engrossing book is a candid cautionary tale detailing the turmoil fostered by her divorce and its ultimate impact on her personal life and her relationship with her children.
Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Keep It Moving” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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