There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.
- Maya Angelou 
...hiding........shhh......must be very quiet
.....the horrible bureau.....

"A" is for Auntie - "B" is for Bad

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Do you remember when you were four years old? Some people remember it as though it were just yesterday.

I am one of those people. 

I believed in Santa Claus and the tooth fairy...and in spite of insurmountable happy endings. 

The completion of this book was the beginning of 'my' happy ending. I believe that those who bare the scars of pain are never truly free...they owe a debt to those who still suffer.

I thank my Lord and saviour Jesus Christ for granting me the strength to write this book. Without Him, this book would not have been possible.

And so I share with you this compelling, fiction, (based on a true story) story of a four-year-old little girl named Mary and her life 'before'...'during'...and 'after' these crimes against nature were committed against her, and I pray that in turn you will share it with others. A precious fragile childhood is a terrible thing to lose, and no child should be robbed of it. If you are a 'silent victim', or know someone who has been, or suspect someone who is being violated against their will, or even if you 'suspect' someone who is violating someone, I urge you to contact your local 'abuse prevention' hotlines. You don't have to leave your may remain anonymous if you so wish. You could quite possibly save a life.


1-800-4-A-CHILD (1-800-422-4453)
24 hours a day, 7 days a week


"Do not follow where the path may lead...

Go where there is no path

And leave a trail. "

-Robert Frost