Sunday’s Child is the remarkably inspirational true story of a little girl struggling to rise above poverty, appalling living conditions, food lines, violence, abuse, mental anguish and political hardships. It shows how she picks out little glimmers of hope and love and uses them as positive anchors in her life. She draws on everything she has – just to survive. (Published by Pulse Publishing).
About Sunday’s Child
Sunday’s Child tells of the harrowing systematic abuse of a little girl by her grandmother, while giving the reader a glimpse of the political and cultural climate of 1980′s Guyana.
In a desperate economic crisis, Guyana is forced to resort to food and energy rationing. Acclaimed author Anne Lyken-Garner’s tale picks up on the humorous aspects that the young girl experiences while forced to spend hours in food lines, simultaneously unfolding the sadness and desperation that is her everyday life.
A soldier in Jonestown, where more than nine hundred people committed mass suicide, the young girl’s uncle tells her of the dead bodies he’s seen – but she doesn’t mention the one that she herself has witnessed. When she loses the one person in her life who cares for her – and tries to save her – she knows in her heart that her life is about to end…
You can read the first 3 chapters for free
You can also peruse pre-published excerpts of Sunday’s Child at my older blog.
Where and how to buy Sunday’s Child
Sunday’s Child is available as a Kindle download from Amazon, and a Nook download from Barnes & Noble. It’s also available in PDF and EPUB formats from Pulse online bookstore.
The PDF version is viewable on all PC and laptop systems, as well as smart phones. The EPUB version is viewable on all eReaders (Kindle, Nook, iPad, Sony Reader, BlackBerry Playbook, etc.). No matter which particular platform you prefer, you’ll be able to read a copy in a wide variety of different electronic formats, all for only $2.99.
A special discount allows you to purchase an electronic copy (EPUB or PDF) for only $1.99, using the promo code: FFSCALG
Simply enter the code in the appropriate field while ordering a copy of Sunday’s Child from Pulse online bookstore
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