A Life Less Normal

A Life Less Normal

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by Tami Harrison
     
 

A Life Less Normal is a story about overcoming drug addiction and escaping a haunting past. The protagonist is Tracy Douglas. Tracy is an African-American who has issues of finding herself, and finding a new life. Its emphasis is on her past struggle and how she maintains and makes changes for a new beginning of an enlightened life.

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A Life Less Normal is a story about overcoming drug addiction and escaping a haunting past. The protagonist is Tracy Douglas. Tracy is an African-American who has issues of finding herself, and finding a new life. Its emphasis is on her past struggle and how she maintains and makes changes for a new beginning of an enlightened life.

Tracy Douglas was on a path of destruction. Her memories of her childhood� that was suppressed for so many years� came out the night she had 'the dream'. She remembered the horrific events that took place: She was molested by her father and her baby brother was killed.

Dealing with her past, she also has to deal with the present. Tracy attended college for two-years at Alabama State University in Montgomery, Alabama. After leaving college and moving back home to New Orleans, she began working as a prostitute from being influenced by a room-mate named Latoya Wallace; Latoya showed her how to use what she got to get what she wants.

Although she was in the scene of sex and drugs, seeing her friend Pat die from a drug-overdose made her re-evaluate her life and make the necessary changes. With the help of her aunt Mary Dixon and new found love Tony Miller, she has a promise of a better life and a better tomorrow.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013869585
Publisher:
River Flowing Publishing
Publication date:
07/17/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
829,521
File size:
0 MB

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