Contact: Kimberly Wilson- email@example.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
How being emotionally abused as a child caught up and ran me over as an adult: Unless one become famous or infamous, no one may ever know the true depth of my emotional suffering and the pros and cons that it takes to be rational.
In one’s darkest hour (days, months, years) of sadness, how do you express your pain, so others feel your pain, in order to help you through your pain. Isn’t this still society’s problem?
How do you talk yourself out of dying when you’re all alone and the only positive conversations come from voices you can’t see. Is it the ghost in the closet or the boogieman under the bed; they’re nicer than mother.
Parents that abuse, misuse, neglect and kill the unconditional trust born into a child, forces an emotional misery so deep that to dwell alone is the only course of action. Monsters aren’t born monsters, they’re made into monsters. No one can believe the insanity unless they live it. So you put on your social mask and get to living, as best you can.
The tragedies of the World Trade Centers and Hurricane Katrina, almost nothing can compare to the ache of an abused child’s heart. The voices heard when one goes through insanity is real. They are loud. They are authoritative, they are convincing; but hold on, there is a God.
Kim Wilson has written The Spices In Life, an urban novel that is closely based on her life, growing up under the harsh hand of her single mother whom she knows unjustly emotionally and mentally, sometimes physically, abused and neglected her. TSIL is filled with creative embellishments that serve to sand down the mountains of pain that has been an anchor’s weight in Kim’s life.
This personal story is not meant to harm her mother but was written as a way of lashing out to be heard.
Her imbedded anger still confuses those around her because she lives outside of it which has always led to spicy friendships and relationships.
In the TSIL, Christine Veronica is born into the super, super wealthy Webbster household to a verbally and physically abusive mother and a father who stands on the sideline like a straight punk; as Enjoila inflicts massive amounts of emotional chaos on their child. As a teenager she’s abandoned to Everette's sister, aunt Marjorie, in San Antonio, Texas, where she begins to relentlessly unleash her pent up anger on everyone around her. As she flourishes into a riveting young adult, her social circle is select and at her every beck and call. As a stunning and ravishing being, when reaching her mid 20s, her worst emotional and financial nightmare are unfolding all around her; at the hands of her nemesis Angelica and those who use her as either the bitch or the banker. Before all is said and done her failed suicide attempt brings her face-to-face with the Grim Reaper. He makes a bargain with her for a tad of time to figure out what went wrong in her life or to spend eternity never knowing; OOWEE.
This curl-up-on-the-couch-page-turner will leave you laughing out loud and in sympathetic tears at how determination to appear ‘normal’ can sustain for only so long. “I truly believe that I am going to jolt recollection into those who act like intentionally trying to destroy a child’s chance at being emotionally ‘normal’ is going to keep on getting by. Keep your hands and your harsh words to yourself!”
As you know, abuse in the fashion of parental and domestic is an ever-growing, festering sore on society; and leaves a life time of un-healable scars that seriously, irreparably, damage self-esteem, causing numerous social ills, serial killers, mass murders, drug-addicts and the like.
“Had I known that living life on my own terms would play such a detrimental part in my emotional creativeness, I would have toned it down a tad.” She writes from her real life experiences, so her characters are compilations of actual people & places and situations & circumstances in her emotional life; OOWEE.
Who: Kimberly Wilson, author and for more information
What: Urban novel The Spices In Life
When: March 2012
Where: Online via website (www.kimkologne.synthasite.com
) & email (firstname.lastname@example.org) direct