There's a world of difference between truth and facts. Facts can obscure the truth. Maya Angelou Truth

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  1. That is so profound, I think I may use it as the epigraph to my memoir.

    (I can’t believe my Kindle Fire tablet does not recognize the word epigraph, lol.)

    Your memoir is blowing me away, Lynette. It is so real, so raw, and so deeply true.

    1. That’s interesting that you say that because every time I read that quote, I think about my memoir. Thank you for your kind words. I must say, some parts were more difficult to write than others…

      1. It fits. Because you and I both grew up in a family where facts were used to obscure the truth.

    2. So I know for other survivors, there will be parts that are more difficult to read than others. I want you to know that I’m making a Reading Group Guide available to enhance your reading experience and maybe answer any questions you may have, at the end of the book. It should be ready in another week or so.

      1. Awesome!! I will be buying it. 🙂

      2. You don’t have to buy the Reading Group Guide. It’s free to all readers who purchased the eBook.

      3. Even better!

        I will be posting an Amazon review soon. ❤

  2. I don’t think I’ve ever heard this quote. I love it!

    1. It’s one of my favorite Maya Angelou quotes.

      1. It is now one of mine. I’m so glad you posted it

  3. Love this quote! ❤

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