Danise Donerson’s new book “Through the Eyes of Nisey” is the heartwarming memoir of a woman from her childhood abuse and trauma to hope and healing in God

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Recent release “Through the Eyes of Nisey” from Page Publishing author Danise Donerson is an emotionally driven autobiography about a woman’s harrowing moments of abuse during childhood and her journey to reparation and purpose with God.

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Danise Donerson, a proud mother of four, a hairstylist for thirty years, a former certified EMT, and a paramedic graduate, has completed her new book “Through the Eyes of Nisey”: a poignant narrative about a woman pain and abuse during childhood that shaped her life and faith in God in later years.

Author Donerson shares stirring sentiments and insights that reveal an unyielding strength amid the devastation that comes with life: “‘Through the Eyes of Nisey’ is a whirlwind of events of a little girl growing up in Mississippi. Nisey often wondered why she had to endure the many years of physical and mental abuse while being just a little girl who needed to be cared for and loved by her mama. She longed for the love and care from her Big Mama who took care of her up until her death when she was five years old. The life of hardship began immediately. She had to take care of her little brother and sister while her mama worked her many factory jobs. She learned how to cook at the age of eight years old because her mama didn’t know how. Her mama seemed lost and didn’t know how to take care of her kids like how Big Mama did. Her mama had a nervous breakdown around the age of sixteen, and Big Mama helped her cope. She had to learn the hard way.

Everything that she had endured as a child and adult was because of her mama trying to cope with her issues. It was at that moment that she realized that this book was about her mama who was like a caterpillar that evolved into this beautiful butterfly. That’s why this story had to be written as a therapy for herself and to share her mama’s life who had mental health issues. This is a real illness and is too often not dealt with in Black families.”

Published by Page Publishing, Danise Donerson’s tale is also a testament to the Lord’s graciousness and mercy for those who seek his presence and guidance in their lives despite the distress that overwhelms the body and spirit.

Readers who wish to experience this purposeful work can purchase “Through the Eyes of Nisey” at bookstores everywhere or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

About Page Publishing:
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