I Survived: A Murder Untold, Part 2
It has been almost two years since I wrote my first book ( I Survived A Murder Untold) I am now 55 yrs of age. Since my first book God has ordered my steps so greatly and I am thankful for what he has allowed me to accomplish since my first book.
In 1967, I had to return home from Richmond, Va. To be placed in another foster home in Spotsylvania, Va. The things I endured while waiting to return to Spotsylvania, Va. Were hard and some were cruel, thinking that I was safe from all harm and danger was not the case.
Survival was a continuous thing, the gruesome child abuse I endured in 1965 was just that. Now. Surviving the mental struggles and tragedy that happened in 1965 seemed almost as severe.
Here is part two of my journey to survive.
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