Amelia The Mother by D. G. Torrens
D. G. Torrens
Without the love, care, and support of family and friends, those who struggle with a brain disorder are so lost and misunderstood in our society.
In Amelia’s Destiny, D.G. Torrens captivated readers with her inner-strength, strong will and dogged-determination to overcome any obstacle placed in her path.
Now a mother, Amelia takes her readers on an emotional journey of what motherhood means to her and how she used her own past as an example of, ‘How not to parent.’
Amelia shares her journey in her well-known, candid manner. After suffering two great losses in recent times, Amelia weaves her emotions like never before, revealing her deepest, emotion-filled feelings of grief. The loss of two great people in her life came unexpectedly close together and tested Amelia’s strength once more.
Amelia The Mother, updates readers on all of the people who have passed through her life mentioned in books number one an number two. Amelia’s journey weaves a web of powerful words – words that will inspire the reader and remain with them long after they put the book down…
Quote by Amelia: “Our journey through life is not a straight road, it has many junctions. Do we turn left or right? No one knows. We have to take a leap of faith….”
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About D. G. Torrens:
D.G. Torrens is the author of 13 books including, the bestselling trilogy, Amelia’s Story, number one, Amelia’s Destiny, number two, and Amelia The Mother, number three. This is an emotion-charged true story that the author wrote for her daughter. D.G is a mother/writer/blogger who has a dream to inspire as many people as possible through her story. To show those with little hope that dreams can come true.
Born in England, passionate about writing, D.G. Torrens is a proud mother to one, 8-year-old daughter. Her first book, Amelia’s Story, has inspired people all over the world. Amelia’s Destiny, book #2 is the sequel and is followed by Amelia The Mother book #3 in this awe-inspiring trilogy. A memoir that remains with DGs readers long after they have put the book down…
D.G is a prolific writer and in 2013, her works were recognised by BBC Radio WM, where she has given several live interviews in the BBC studios in Birmingham UK. Her most recent interview was with Graham Torrington radio and T.V presenter for his BBC late night show.
A quote by D.G. Torrens: “If you close your eyes, you can be anywhere you wish to be.”
D.G. Torrens lives by the motto: “The child first and foremost.”
Review by heidi a. hogan:
Thank you for sharing more of your story with us. I appreciate how you use this book to alert your readers to safe and practical parenting as well as the devastating affects of child abuse as we age.
How wonderful that you were able to choose the opposite path for your daughter, and that you are so loving and supportive towards your brother as well.
Thank you too for high-lighting the facts of mental illness. Without the love, care, and support of family and friends, those who struggle with a brain disorder are so lost and misunderstood in our society.