Troubador Seventy Thousand Camels

Released: 28/11/2019

eISBN: 9781838597139

Format: eBook

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Seventy Thousand Camels

A Motivational Survivor's Memoir


Born in Rome in 1965, Angelica A. Brewer faced a tough childhood. Lonely and abused by her mother and family friends, her school life brought her some relief as refuge from the ravages of home.

At the age of 16, Angelica ran away from her new home in Australia and lived for a while in a youth refuge. Enrolling as a TAFE student, Angelica met Rhys and the two embarked on a relationship and eventually married. Over eight years they had three children, but their relationship deteriorated as Rhys became abusive. After 15 years of marriage, Angelica and Rhys separated. The following years saw Angelica embarking on a variety of careers and re-entering the dating scene, only to be disappointed.

Finally, Angelica met Adam Brewer (‘Brew’), a fellow correctional officer, but despite his unfailing love and support, she entered a downward spiral of depression and anxiety, ending in attempted suicide. Now recovered, she takes stock of her life and all she has learned from her journey so far.

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Angelica A. Brewer

I was born in Rome but never truly felt Roman until much later on in life when I finally finished writing my autobiography and was able to let go of past transgressions against my soul. My narcissist mother forced me to emigrate from Italy to Australia aged ten and I quickly became an Australian. Life was not going to become any easier though alas but I'm still here, still strong, cynical but overall still a positive personality. I have three children, including a son living with Aspergers. I am remarried to a wonderful man I dedicated my book too. I am a spiritualist self taught scholat of metaphysics. I also enjoy drawing and historical/biographical films and books. I am a Taurean with a Scorpio moon and currently work in the disabilities field.

Book launch 12/12/19

So proud of my achievement!
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