This book is meant for anyone who has lost a loved one to suicide, specifically a brother or sister, and those who want to support them. I have won two awards for this book: Honorable Mention in the Inspirational Category of the 20th Annual Writer’s Digest Self-Published Book Awards and Finalist in the 2018 Book Excellence Awards.
"I am only half-way done with the book and it is already helpful to me. Thank you so much for writing it. SOME ONE ELSE UNDERSTANDS!" Lacey's Sister
"I lost my younger brother to suicide two months ago; he was 22. He was my very best friend! It is hard to know what to do, what to think, or how to go on without him. This book showed me that I am not alone in my loss." David's Sister
"Well-written book by a sibling who lost her brother to suicide. It provided an excellent perspective and understanding of what siblings go through." Bella
In my spare time, I am a moderator for the Sibling Survivors of Suicide Loss group (www.siblingsurvivors.com). If you have lost a sibling and are in need of support, please visit our web-site.
You can contact me directly about this book on my Facebook Page.
This book focuses on my experiences growing up in an alcoholic home. As a child and young adult, I struggled through the family disease of alcoholism – not knowing what it was, not knowing what was wrong, and screaming for help. I wrote this book to support other teenagers and young adults in the same situation. To give them some answers – answers I wish I had then. Stay tuned for more information on a book launch and where to buy.