Emalou King


Emalou King, RN, BSN, PHN is a Registered Nurse with a Bachelors Degree and a certificate in Public Health. She has worked in Hospitals, Clinics, Nursing Homes and Drug Treatment Programs. The last 16 years of King’s nursing career involved drug addicted mothers, their babies and preemies from Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford, as well as pregnant and parenting teens from the age of twelve and up.

Under My Roof, a Mother’s Story of the Heinous Crime of Incest is a personal experience of deceit. When King started over out West, she kept her family secrets from friends, clients and colleagues because of shame and embarrassment. She hopes to convince you to believe that when a mother knows something is amiss, there is something amiss.

When a mother thinks something is wrong...something is wrong. King is a mother in pursuit of truth, justice, advocacy and education in the prevention of child sexual abuse.
King published in the Canadian Journal of Nursing, contributed to the Mosby’s textbook Pharmacological Aspects of Nursing, won the NDSNA writing contest twice and is the author of two paperback children’s books, dabbles in poetry and is interested in screenplay/script writing.

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Under My Roof -- A Mother's Story of the Heinous Crime of Incest--Second Edition
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 56,950. Language: English. Published: June 19, 2011 by Six Degrees Publishing Group. Categories: Nonfiction » Biography » Autobiographies & Memoirs
(5.00 from 3 reviews)
Second Edition with Reader Conversation Guide and new Intro. It was midnight in her hell and, without realizing it, she just destroyed all the evidence...Under My Roof is a memoir written through the eyes of a mother, an RN, who discovers the terrible crime of incest has been perpetrated in her own home. This story is a mother's personal triumphant journey of discovery, tragedy, pain and healing

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alcoholism    healing    incest    intervention    memoir    nonfiction    recovery    secrets    sexual abuse    survivors