A Mother’s Worst Nightmare
Read Our Stories…Share Our Angels
A Mother’s Worst Nightmare was written by two strong and courageous women, Nicole and Sharnel. We decided to share with the world our journey of caring for a child with an illness that ultimately led to their death.
Shakil Williams, whom was diagnosed with Leukemia at the age of 11
Nyasia Martin, whom was diagnosed with Epilepsy at the age of 6
This collection is presented by two authors living in different States whom was bought together by God to inspire and share their love, loss and coping skills with other parents/caregivers whom experienced similar heartache and loss. If you are reading this, it’s not by accident. Please support us and our hopes to help someone that may be dealing with similar issues…
Read Our Stories, Share Our Angels…
There is no way to read this without tearing up! The authors do a great job of telling their stories, detailing what it is like to have a child with a serious illness. You get a really good sense of what the authors and their families went through. I liked that the authors also included moments of hope and healing in the midst of the tragedy. These are well-written stories and it's a good non-fiction read!
Nicole Martin currently lives in Baltimore, Maryland. This is her 4th debut project (2nd Anthology). Nicole loss her daughter Nyasia Martin to Epilepsy on June 24, 2010. She was approached by Sharnel to be apart of this project that has been written to inspire other parents/caregivers.
Sharnel Williams was born and raised in Newark, New Jersey. She wrote her first book entitled "What do A Mother Do.. The Shakil Williams story back in 2006. Sharnel is in the process of started her own nonprofit agency to help families with a child who has cancer. She loss her son Shakil Williams to Leukemia back in June 2005 and has been an inspiration to others since then.
Nicole and Sharnel both pray that there messages reach parents/caregivers and professionals worldwide. They want there stories to be heard especially for that parent that needs a glimpse of hope in knowing that you do recover from such a tragedy.