All I Gotta Say: a memoir

All I Gotta Say: a memoir

by Denise Wilkinson

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Overview

All I Gotta Say is a heart-wrenching tale of abuse, mental illness and living with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Shattered memories of abuse before Denise was old enough to speak began resurfacing in her dreams nearly twenty years ago. "Yours is a story to be told" is the message she received from a spiritual force prompting this carefully selected collection of stories citing, "Some secrets... you should just take to your grave." What was once a box of scribbled memories, sometimes in childlike voices, has now become her memoir.

About the Author - Denise R. Wilkinson was born May 31, 1958 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Her story however, begins with her conception. Her parents' love affair produced two bi-racial children during the late 1950's. The racial tension and violence during the civil rights era greatly influenced Denise's view of the world and people at an early age. Searching for her own identity while struggling through child abuse and domestic violence, Denise candidly shares her experiences of self-discovery and acceptance with wisdom, wit and love.

A poet at heart, her current project is a series of children's books that speak words of love and light into the heart of every child.

YOU ARE WORTHY is the message she hopes to convey to every man, woman and child in need. The words you speak to a child can shape their destiny.

Denise currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161317648
Publisher: Denise Wilkinson
Publication date: 02/27/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 531,220
File size: 983 KB

About the Author

About the Author - Denise R. Wilkinson was born May 31, 1958 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Her story however, begins with her conception. Her parents' love affair produced two bi-racial children during the 1950's. The racial tension and violence during the civil rights era greatly influenced Denise's view of the world and people at an early age. Searching for her own identity while struggling through child abuse and domestic violence, Denise candidly shares her experiences of self-discovery and acceptance with wisdom, wit and love.

A poet at heart, her current project is a series of children’s books that speak words of love and light into the heart of every child.

YOU ARE WORTHY is the message she hopes to convey to every man, woman and child in need. The words you speak to a child can shape their destiny.

Denise currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia.

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