You tell in the book that, your child was born with some health problems. What types of health problems does he have?
Yes, my child is a boy and he was born with handicaps. He is a special needs child.
You wrote about being a teenaged mother of a handicapped child and the issues you faced raising your child. How difficult was it being a child yourself and raising a child with special needs?
Being a teen-Mom of a handicapped child was the most difficult experience of my life. It took some time for me to accept teen-motherhood. The fact that my child was handicapped and would always need care was an extra level of hardship that I had to overcome.
The focus of your book is your father and your desire to meet your father, a man whom you had never met. Did you ever meet your father?
Yes, I did. This is where it gets interesting. There is a mystery surrounding where I found my father and the condition he was in when I found him. Please get the book to read all about how I finally found him, it’s a thriller.
As you explain in your book, there were broken pieces and missing parts from your life. Were you able to find what was missing from your life?
Yes, I did. I found the plantation where my dead ancestors lived as slaves, brothers and a sister whom I didn’t know existed before I found my living father. And most importantly, I found the answer to the most important question ever asked of me, which was where is your Father. I can answer that question now.
You tell in the book that, your child was born with some health problems. Where you ever told how your child’s condition occurred?
No, I was never told how it occurred but as I share in the book I didn’t receive prenatal care until I was several months pregnant. Readers can learn more about this when they read the book.
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Genre - Christian/ Historical/Inspirational
Rating – G
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