A Busy Mom, a New Minister, Repressed Memories, and an Abuser Still on the Loose . . .
Dani experienced horrible nightmares and didn’t know what they meant. Almost at the point of giving up, she turned to her minister and found someone who could help her unlock the mystery behind the nightmares. They pieced together Dani’s hidden past until they came to one horrible realization. . . She was still in danger.
Masterfully written, reads like a suspense novel, you won’t want to put it down until the last page.
This true story will make you cringe, cry, get mad, want to hurt her abusers, and leave you wondering how one person could live through so much abuse and not go crazy.
Without Help from Jollington Press . . .
Once my book was written and published, I had so many negative comments regarding punctuation and sentence structure. Jollington Press took the challenge and corrected the issues, making the book more readable. No more bad reviews. They were a Godsend.
Author B D Ethington's heritage is deeply rooted in the wilds of Kentucky and Ohio, cultivating firm values of Christian ethics and morality. Bruce was born in the tops of the Rocky Mountains and grew up among very religious neighbors. He has been married for over 40 years to his sweet, Vermont bride and they are the parents of 9 wonderful children. He has enjoyed a career as a real estate appraiser and fighting fraud in the banking industry.
The Second Collection of Riotous Adventures From "An Old Vermont Farmwife"
"I'm the only person I know who has had an obscene phone caller hang up in disgust...." In her first book, Never Spank a Porcupine, Phyllis Tenney Mudgett delighted readers with humorous reminiscences of life on and off her Vermont dairy farm. In this second volume of tales, Phyl once again draws us in with hilarious anecdotes and experiences collected from a life of adventures both in and out of her beloved Vermont. Sometimes irreverent, often politically incorrect, always wry, but never dull, this collection of tales reminds us that though it may be fun, ladies don't do that! Sometimes irreverent, often politically incorrect, always wry, but never dull, this collection of tales reminds us that though it may be fun, ladies don't do that!
The First Collection of Riotous Adventures From "An Old Vermont Farmwife"
"There’s a lot to be said for dairy farming, I keep telling myself. Actually, dairying wouldn’t be bad at all if it weren’t for cows. Now, no one should infer from this that I don’t like cows. I do. I really do, especially with onions, mushrooms, and gravy." So begins this collection of hilarious memoirs from Phyllis Tenney Mudgett, who once sent a letter to the governor of Vermont, offering her body to be stuffed, mounted, and displayed beside "The Last Vermont Panther" in the Vermont History Museum, as a specimen of a rapidly disappearing species: a native born Vermont farmwife. Phyllis grew up on a tiny farm in the hills of Vermont surrounded with brothers, male cousins, and rowdy neighbor boys. She held her own. This book covers a part of her eventful life. As she explains: I don't get up in the morning thinking "What outrageous thing can I do today? Things happen and I cope. Honest."
Thank You For Helping to Make My Come True!
I was one of Jollington Press' first clients. They advised, encouraged, edited, and then formatted my manuscript to the specifications of the publisher. I am so grateful to them for their help in making me a published author - with five-star reviews for my first book!
Phyllis Tenney Mudgett has spent eight decades using her wry wit and ready tongue and pen to create memories worth sharing with the rest of us. A lifetime of experiencing life to its fullest and always discovering a new adventure now finds her in the midst of yet another one in the wilds of Florida, where she lives with her husband, Merl, growing vegetables and writing books.