While Grass Grows

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AuthorHouse, May 14, 2009 - Biography & Autobiography - 312 pages
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Nicola Jane was a heroin baby.  A Mother of three children.  Beaten by her jealous fiancé called Daniel. Unknowingly.  She fled into the arms of a man called Niall known as the Caveman.  Who at the time was on the run for murder

.  During 1992 she faced up to seven years in jail.  Having no option but to stand and give evidence against him in a murder trial.  She innocently left her children with Daniel. 

 

After her return she found herself fleeing to certain individuals from social services for help.  To discover that  they had been friends with Daniel behind her back.  Daniel refused to let her back into her own house keeping her and the children she loved apart.  With nowhere else to go she stayed with her mother and later confided in a clairvoyant who told her that it was a 'miscarriage of justice.'  When a new social worker took her case on in 1998.  Only then did she see a definite and positive change in her circumstance.  She was determined to make something of herself and so turned to God for comfort and recognition on her spiritual journey to find the truth.

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About the author (2009)

Nicola has spent eleven years writing her autobiography and previously published some of her own collection of poems including, ‘Paper Flowers’ in 2002,  – Letters from the Soul, also featured in a Channel 4 documentary and sold on CD and tape – Sound of Poetry, Paris - Hollywood, Los Angeles.  Inspired by The Annual Fall Convention to which she did not attend.  Prior to finishing her VA course, diploma, in 2008, became a member of The Institute of Certified Book-Keepers and graduate of (ACE) Autism Spectrum Disorders. Currently a Supervisor - Kumon Teaching Assistant.  Later her youngest child went on to win a Blue Peter Celebration Award inspired by Stone Soup Magazine and the BBC and has since won first prize for her recent picture 'At Home with Manga' presented by Edenvalley Museum.

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