Frequently asked questions
Mozelle Martin, the creator of this series.
Technically only you can answer that. However to help you decide, ask yourself this: “Was I significantly affected by this emotion / experience?”, “Will sharing my story help someone else who may be going through a similar situation?” If you answered yes, then YES, it is worth sharing! Start here.
- Women from around the world who are age 35 and over (younger considered on a case-by-case basis)
- Women who have healed from the experience they wish to write about
- Women who have active Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter pages (at a minimum) but the more the better
- Women who are fairly technologically savvy
- Women who are not procrastinators. Because of deadlines (which can change), timeliness is super important.
- Women who strongly believe in assertively co-marketing to help make it a success for everyone.
Unless already published, these are the emotion topics:
Yes, I am writing a book about my life, detailing further on how I survived all of the trauma of my childhood, including;
- Identity crisis
- Issues of a blended family
- Sibling Abuse (including the strangling)
- And more…
I have a few things that I am trying to work on myself or organize for others;
- I am creating a children’s series on how to survive being bullied that will teach children and young adults how to disarm their bully. The series will tell a story of the main character that readers, even young ones can identify with.
- I am working on getting “Sirlandsalot” aka Larry Morrow’s amazing stories published. These are a lifetime of adrenaline rushing stories from his 47’ish years of flying; from flight school instructor to flying Dessert Storm as a Civilian in the US Air Force. This will probably be a series with one of his books being “Three Years Aloft”, where three years is the amount of time he actually spent in the sky flying.
I have had so much happen to me growing up and it wasn’t until I was completing my thesis for my Criminal Justice degree that was focused on human trafficking and childhood abductions, that I stumbled upon some information that changed the definition of what my childhood was, what actually happened. I always knew I was abducted, but growing up it was more of a joke, no one considered it an issue because it was my own parent that abducted me. It was no big deal.
This all changed when I found others that were just like me and suddenly, my paper was a lot about me.
I discovered things that explained my own issues with trust, feeling rejected and unwanted most of the time, having anxiety and being afraid of members of my own family. In the process of telling this story—as I lived it, it will probably hurt some feelings, however that is not why I am telling this story. It has nothing to do with them, not anymore. This story is about what I remember and how I felt, how hurt I was over and over again. It’s about how it affected me long term and ultimately, however, I heal more and more everyday and from my healing I am hoping it will help others to heal too. That is my life story.