Naomi's Tide

Naomi's Tide

by W Owens
Naomi's Tide

Naomi's Tide

by W Owens

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Overview

As an only child, Naomi thought it was ok that grownups lied and yelled and took money from their kids. Broken promises and moving houses a lot was just a regular thing, she thought. Older now, she realized that how her mom acted was anything but normal. Being a gifted student but a shy young lady who's trying to fit in and act like a teenager, Naomi struggles with why her mother treats her so horribly. Was it the billowing storm of a past with her father that ignited resentment towards Naomi? Just what is the reason Leslie Gates-Thompson despises her daughter so much? Mentally and physically exhausted, Naomi gets the courage and decides her mother is not going to damage her anymore. She feels there's only one way to escape the madness and she knows the journey is going to be torrential. With help from a friend and faith, Naomi treads through the dark, desperate to do what looks to be impossible.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940160744339
Publisher: Fantabulous Words
Publication date: 04/04/2022
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

A native of Colorado, W. Owens juggles family with a full-time job, but takes time for reading and writing as one of her favorite hobbies, besides stargazing. In her middle school and high school years, her journal was her way to telling a story. Each day, no matter how uneventful, something was always written down.
As years went on, her mind started picturing ideas and characters that she wanted to create, but never got around to painting them on paper. After being a part of the Institute of Children’s Literature and obtaining a certificate of writing short stories, she finally fulfilled her dream and put her spirits high to achieve the goal of becoming a writer.
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