Fulton Books author John Mathew Skeen, a Texan writer and a world traveler who strives for enlightenment, has completed his most recent book “Secretly Scarlett”: a riveting and true-to-life journey of a Texan family who faced the tribulations of life. Through the challenges of abuse, addictions, coming-of-age, loss, and grief, this family struggles to push through these battles with the strength of their will and love.
Skeen writes, “A Texas Tale of a Headstrong Southern Bell and Her Life’s Ups and Downs. A true account of an extraordinary large Texan family welded together by love and compassion for one another. Overseen by an overly protective mother and a hardworking father who strive to give their seven children an upbringing centered around respect and morals. Sammie Joe, the mother, identifies herself with Scarlett O’Hara. And like Scarlett, she encounters stumbling blocks throughout her life with her handsome Jack by her side.
This is a genuine story that covers many touchy subjects such as child abuse, alcoholism, teenage hormones, and death. Sammie Joe finds herself lastly fighting for the rights of countless chemical plant workers who have lost their lives due to gross negligence from overexposure to dangerous chemicals.”
Published by Fulton Books, John Mathew Skeen’s book is life in its raw form. This novel bares a family’s adversities to the readers. It paints a picture of how life has molded each of their character throughout many challenges and failures, and shows how love and compassion became a tool for them to remain strong.
Readers who wish to experience this gripping work can purchase “Secretly Scarlett” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books