I love the truth.
Sweetie Bee published her first book two years ago. “The Chronicles of Sweetie Bee: A Damaged Soul” is selling successfully on Amazon as a testament to the author’s personal experience with abuse. Through a lifetime of hardship as a young, single mother, she has become a fervent advocate for the prevention of domestic violence and abuse and the fight against poverty. Her own tribulations have given her keen insight into the methods of oppression and abuse that are perpetrated against females in a male-dominated society. As she overcame her own difficulties in her struggle to survive, she strived to help others in similar plights. The JonBenét Ramsey story struck a chord with her, as the frustration of obtaining justice for the unfortunate girl motivated her to use her talents. Writing her new book, “Little Girl Blu, The JonBenét Ramsey Inside Circle Theory”, has been a cathartic and awakening experience for Mrs. Bee. She sees it as her way of shedding light on, as well as helping to prevent, another tragedy like this case that seems to have grown cold. She also opened a new chapter writing about the facts surrounding the story by Todd Burpo of Heaven Is for Real, in her new book, “Heaven Is for Real Is Todd Burpo?”
In this story of perseverance in the face of evilness and misfortune, Sweetie Bee recounts years of abuse and living in her car while homeless with her beautiful infant daughter in the dead cold of winter—and how she and her daughter Lillie managed to survive through abandonment and horrific cruelty.
Sweetie Bee’s passionately powerful memoir reveals how she endured verbal, physical, and sexual
Heaven Is for Real Is Todd Burpo? By Sweetie Bee The Truth Shall Set You Free! The story of Todd Burpo’s son and his visit to heaven is known far and wide. It has even become a movie and an international sensation. Yet, the veracity of the story’s details have not been fully examined, not until now. Is the heart of the Burpos’ story a contradiction or inconsistent at best?