In a series of dramatic vignettes, author Mary Ann Armstrong takes a closer look at the raw truths of family and interpersonal relationships
In Magnolia Rage, the author analyzes the loves, the laughter, the sibling rivalries, and a stream of dynamic but dysfunctional interpersonal relationships and lessons learned that impacted her own life. The result is a disarming portrait of events that reflect racial strife, economic struggle, sexual abuse, and the devastating effects of low self-esteem. Although this book is a fictionalized memoir, it is still a mirror of reality and common experiences that binds all.
The facts will speak for themselves, but through writing Magnolia Rage, the author offers her insights to the raw truths that have ultimately brought her to a healing place of acceptance, peace, and reconciliation. I admire her efforts, her determination, her tenacity, and her desire to share her story of healing with others.Cheryl Willis Hudson