Well, Let Me Tell You!

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Airleaf, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 702 pages
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Born in a corncrib in the dead of winter and sexually abused at the age of five, Maggie was raised by uncaring, illiterate parents. Well, Let Me Tell You! is the story of how Maggie and her four sisters and one brother struggled to survive the verbal and physical abuse of those around them. Maggie, the middle child, faired much better than her sisters and her brother. How? That's what this story is all about.Maggie's life was not all bad. She had fun times during summers in the hills of Kentucky with her uncles, aunts, Grandpa, and Grandma. She learned to make the best of school days and making friends by making fun of herself before others could point out that her shoes and clothes were what her brother wore to school the year before.When she grew into a young woman, Maggie met and married the man of her dreams--she thought. However, their marriage was not a life of pleasure for Maggie. In Well, Let Me Tell You! readers will learn about Maggie's life with a husband in the military, the women he used, and the children they had.How did Maggie survive these lifelong difficulties? Usually with a smile.Well, Let Me Tell You! is a modern-day story of struggle, heartache, and triumph.

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Excellent book! My heart broke at times for Maggie. The fact that a person, a child , can endure the things she did & overcome them , was empowering to me! I love stories ( true or fiction ) that she a person or people triumphing over the unimaginable. What a wonderful way to spread hope, courage , & awareness of abuse. Amazing author, Mable J. Miller! I would & have recommended this book to many! 

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About the author (2006)

Mable Miller was born in Michigan and raised in Indiana. Although, she has drawn upon some true-life experiences for this novel, Mables life was not quite as tumultuous as Maggies. Mable had a colorful and sometimes abusive childhood, but her adult life improved considerably. She has experienced many achievements and has only a few regrets.Mable Millers husband of twenty seven years passed away in Nov. of 2003. She is now living in Florida with her friend Bill. Now I believe that in itself is a whole new story needing writing.

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