Loving Mr. Wrong was the death of my love life.
Just because you have not found Mr. Right does not mean you have to take junk from Mr. Wrong.
I chose to write this book in order for young ladies to not only read but to also feel what this topic truly holds. I want to reveal the fullness thereof that is all ready in plain site waiting to be viewed. Coming to the world with nothing but the naked truth about the whole matter of covered up sexual common sense.
Being real is not about the icing alone but the ingredients as well that cannot stand alone. Although "Death Tried to Consume a Living Rose" gives you all the dependent factors, my future book - part two - will conclude the whole matter with the icing being that element which made me an "independent woman." Again, I am that woman who decided to reform the purpose of which these sexual situations set out to destroy. They have just opened up a way for me to stand alone with no apologies in life.
I have to be honest with myself. Sex opened my legs wide at an early age. My legs felt like they could open wider than the Mississippi River. As I think back about all the sex I have engaged in during this lifetime, I realize that the topic is not easy to talk about.
In a very short amount of time, I have learned alot about me as my writing unfolds. I am none other than Lady Di coming out with every hidden storm in my life.
"Death Tried to Consume a Living Rose" and my future publications are one of a kind. My new books will go more in depth about who, I am, where I came from and where I know my destiny is headed for the "gold" in my possession.
These books will be understood by many, misunderstood by some and out of the norm for the ones who thought they were alone in their sexual graves. I am blessed because I paid the price a long time ago to tell my story.
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About the Author
She was born to Willie Lee Golden and the late Elizabeth Diane Ann Woods-Golden on February 18, 1985. She has three brothers on her mother's side. On her father's side, she has four brothers and one sister.
"God did not create Diana Elizabeth Ann Golden to be in the norm for mankind," she says.
Golden was given the name "Lady Di" by Lady Bishop Tammy Ester some years ago after she learned of Golden's survival of rape and emotional abuse! Ester told her that she was going to live the name "Lady Di" one day. "Lady Di" stands for the naked truth no matter who does not want to hear her.
"During this journey I have watched many friends, loved ones, and people turn their backs on me because of the truth," Golden says. "The truth of me speaking out for what I believed in, caring less about what others felt. I was being abused, misused and cast aside from the walls of protection in my life. So, like any other child I became angry, lashing out on everyone and anyone who seemed to be invading my world."
Golden loves to write, dance, recite, live, laugh and capture the loving moments of life as God pulls her through. Her goal is to complete this journey God created for her destiny. One thing she prays for is that her life will be pleasing unto the Lord when it's all said and done. She is thankful for the candles God lights along the stairway to heaven ordering her foot steps.
"After 24 years of surviving this journey, writing has been the outlet for the voice within allowing me to speak," Golden says. An up and coming author, Golden released Death Tried to Consume A Living Rose, a straight-forward autobiography that chronicles the challenges she faced growing up in the Arkansas Delta.
"The title is what some may call profound," says Golden. "But I call it a breakthrough in my life."
Death Tried to Consume A Living Rose is not a sexual tell-all like others inside the box may think. It is a book that allows people to see inside of a young woman who has survived in order to help others overcome.
Golden has been blessed with life in the midst of every test and trial that came her way. She has faith in God and joy that is definitely more than what man could ever supply. Her journey has left survival war marks. But she reflects back on the goodness of God. Even the inner marks left behind by no convictions on nine counts of a sick man's killer.