These volumes comprise the autobiographies of ordinary women who have lived extraordinary-and in most cases, very difficult-lives. Written primarily by women now in their fifties and sixties, these stories belie the notion that the good old days were all fun and games, with poodle skirts and hot rods and diners filled with happy teenagers hanging out around the juke box. As inspirational as they are disturbing, the accounts focus on the dark side of growing up in the 50s and 60s: the abusive parent; rape by a sibling; the philandering husband. Still, common to all these stories is recovery and a sense of finally being at peace with oneself.
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The stories in the Silver Tales Series are written openly and honestly by everyday people whom you might even know. These writers were brave enough and strong enough to come forward and write their stories in the hope that if the writers are able to save even one person from making the same mistakes that they each did, then the telling of their secrets and the pain that they endured in recalling all the bad memories would have been worth the effort that it took to write the stories. No matter what type of problems you may be experiencing, someone has been there before you and might be able to help pull you through. This series is like no other series of books that you have ever read. The best way to learn how to correct your life's mistakes is by reading how others have accomplished the same feat and what means it took to do so. Although some of these stories are very sad, some are horrific, and some are even funny, they are also very inspirational when you read how each writer managed to land on their feet and change their life for the better. You do not want to miss even one book of this series that has already been in the writing for almost three years.About the Author:
Marjaree Mayne is a published and accomplished writer of psycho thrillers, having majored in Psychology and Deviant Behavior. She lives in Monroe Township, New Jersey.
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Book Description Madison Books 2004-09-01, 2004. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Pages are clean and unmarked. Bookseller Inventory # 110500
Book Description Madison Books, 2004. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 1568332580