Piece of Mine

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iUniverse, Nov 26, 2012 - Biography & Autobiography - 114 pages

Angry at the world for a series of bad luck events that are common sometimes in single parent homes, Brandy takes to crime to resolve some of the financial issues her family experiences thinking that because she is the oldest she is supposed to help support the family. Breaking the heart of her mother who plays piano for the church, silencing the repore she had with her younger brother and sister and severing the relationship she had with her family and community; Brandy must somehow find a way back the roots of her happiness and joy.

In prison she expected to be beaten up, mistreated, starved and other unfavorable things to happen; but instead she finds friends she keeps for life, people who no longer judge her and humility that will last for the rest of her life. She hated feeling like she did not deserve Gods love because she had stolen, lied, cheated and other things. She was told God did not love lesbians and she could not deny who she was. This based on a true life story will make you re-evaluate how you perceive the world around you.


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About the author (2012)

Phylicia “ Phyl” Anderson, currently working as a field staff supervisor. She has over fifteen years in the home health care industry. She has recently published Piece of Mine and Living Life to Death. She comes from a single parent home where she, her mother and siblings currently reside in Houston, Texas. She is a member of Highland Heights Church of Christ and has no children of her own. She attended the University of Texas -Austin after highschool. Currently works for Girling Home Health Care in Bellaire and is in the process of writing her upcoming novel Saved my Soul. She has two sisters (twins) in Missouri by her biological father, one sister in North Carolina by her biological father and a brother Earl Reynolds and Sister Kelly Reynolds by her mother and step father Earl Sr. who helped raise her until he passed away. Phylicia was listed in the Who's Who 1989, she graduated from the International Baccalaureate program from Waltrip High School. She was in the National Honor Society, mentors to young children, assists elderly and disabled in their homes and volunteers in personal evangelism which is to her -the greatest accomplishment of all.

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