by J.A. Williams
In Ms. Williams life, incest meant voices inside her head; silent screaming, feelings of helplessness, and low self-esteem. Despite a childhood of rejection, abandonment, an adulthood of fear, insecurity, and abusive marriages she is no longer the victim. In an honest, true-life account, Ms. Williams tells how she battled and finally broke a lifelong cycle of abuse through her relationship with God. As her faith in the Lord grows steadily stronger, her self-confidence builds, and her life is transformed. Along this spiritual journey, Ms. Williams discovers she is capable of loving and being loved. But, can she accept the mother who abandoned her and forgive the father who hurt her?
To anyone who struggles with evil in everyday life, Victim to Victor: A Certain Woman’s Journey provides hope and inspiration in a real story of triumph despite adversity.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Ms. Williams has two sons and currently resides in Missouri. She holds an Associate Degree in Nursing and is a member of the Apostolic Church of Jesus Christ. In her leisure time, she enjoys reading, writing, and home decorating.
(2001, paperback, 104 pages)