Sunday Minor slid into the dining chair across from her foster parents. It was 3 a.m. and her night terrors had shaken them for the last time. They told her they’ve done all they can, and she’s a case best left to someone else. Sunday wished it could’ve been different, but she wasn’t surprised.
While packing the few personal items she grabbed the day her father was arrested, the bible she’d carried triggered the first of many agonizing flashbacks to surface over the next six months. She knew then, after all she’d endured and every failure she’d faced, it had only been sheer panic that could have hurled her in this new direction.
Of course, look where it got her: Promptly abandoned on the doorstep of Rose Village – Psychiatric Hospital with just one question. Will I ever escape?
The Truth About Sunday Minor recounts the true attempts of a South Texas girl to break away from a life of unrelenting abuse during an era when appearances were everything and all who knew turned a blind eye.
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About the Author
Heather is a Texas author and shopkeeper of Loblolly Lost, an online bookstore of hand-selected hardcovers and other curated collectibles for the personal library. She lives east of Austin among the loblollies in Lost Pines Forest. She graduated from the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Texas State University, and served as research assistant to award winning journalist and non-fiction author Janet Heimlich. This is her first novel.
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