Two Geraniums A Symbol of Hope

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An Inspirational true story with the symbolism behind two geraniums that died and came back to life through my journey as a morphine addict. A story to give hope to the weary and show triumph through perseverance and seemingly bleak circumstances.

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About Kelly S. Busch

Kelly was born and raised in Saskatchewan Canada and currently lives outside the City of Saskatoon. She is a loving mom to three beautiful daughters. She and is currently working on a number of fiction, non-fiction books. In her spare time she enjoys gardening, spending time with her family and has a passion for writing in all genres. Kelly also edits, formats and is also publishes for other independent authors with Smashwords through her Publisher Account..

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This collection will chronicle the life of one woman determined to make a better life for herself. Through Diaries, poetry and short stories she captured her experience into the realities of drug addiction, sexual abuse, suicidal tendencies, domestic violence, and recovery in her determined effort to finally put the monster that has plagued her since childhood away once and for all. This series illustrates the resilience and determination and in the uncensored raw expose of what it was that drove her to the brink of death, and how she gained the utmost courage in facing her monster. Writing has been the only way she could see a way out of the confining prison her addictions trapped her in as she desperately seeks the passage way to freedom. Captivating, devastating, hilarious and witty, and uncensored at times disturbing truths, the readers will come away with an appreciation and compassionate understanding for the souls on earth who are hurting, and inspire courage of the readers to look within yourselves to expose your own monsters.


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Malcolm Torres reviewed on June 30, 2015

A scary true story with a positive message. Though there is beautiful symbolism in this short story, I really appreciate the author telling this difficult story in a straight-up style. I bet this could be expanded into a full novel.
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