In the global phenomenon, “Return to Tybee: A Mother's Struggle with Justice,” author and Childhood Grief expert Annette Bergman has crafted an incredible masterpiece that acts as the perfect culmination of encouragement and strength.
“Return to Tybee: A Mother's Struggle with Justice” uses the author's personal experience and powerful testimony to craft a story that sheds light on the realities of how difficult it is to be a mother that loses a son to an unjust system, a grandchild and a parent.
This riveting manuscript is a true memoir of a woman who was able to overcome every adversity and obstacle and manage to make it to the otherside—only to discover that the Indiana judicial system had its own set of problems awaiting her. Powerfully written for today's world, this novel is embedded with nuggets of wisdom and concepts of the heart—a reader is guaranteed to obtain the tools necessary to prevail in the face of emotional chaos. Purchase a copy today to begin your journey with Ms. Bergman.
This heart felt memoir is packed with valuable information for getting through grief and depression and currently free and available for download on Amazon. Get your copy at: https://www.amazon.com/Return-Tybee-Mothers-Struggle-Justice-ebook/dp/B00HCH1Z5I/
“Return to Tybee: A Mother's Struggle with Justice” is gearing up to be number one on Amazon's bestseller list in the Civics and Single Parenting categories with an average 4.7-star review rating. Here's what some of the reviewers have said:
“I couldn't put this book down once I started reading it. An account showing how our justice system is sometimes flawed. Police who cover up their fellow officers' actions can cause innocent people to spend time in prison. I think there is still more to this story.” – Monica Matsey
“Seemed like I already knew the characters. I can relate to so many of the experiences. Life happens, God is the answer. Good reading.” – Kathy Esslinger
For more information or to schedule an interview about this press release please contact Annette Bergman, author, at 765-438-9636 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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