Throughout her life little Rhoza Brown felt worthless, rejected and unloved. The very people she looked to for guidance and encouragement abused and tormented her. The DIRTY ROSE tells of her struggles to overcome the dejection and pain of her childhood years. The story relates her journey to overcome her guilt and shame as she searches for restoration and healing. ?No matter how small the light, it shines through the thickest darkness. Where you begin does not define where you stop?. A DIRTY ROSE? is dedicated to all who have been bruised; remember a diamond is a most beautiful and treasured stone yet it?s beginning was caked in ugliness?. Keep Shining. Nannah ?A bruised reed He will not break, and a smouldering wick He will not snuff out, till He leads justice to victory? Isiah 42v3 – Matthew 12v20 OTHER TITLES by Nannah Marnie-Claire includes: PAIN of THE PEN a compilation of STORETRY (story poetry) written from the more painful side of life FOR THE CHILDREN SOUNDS a book aimed at 0-2 year olds and focuses on phonics. THE FLAPPYLUMPH feeds the imagination of 3-5 year olds.
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