Jerry Nance’s New Book ‘On My Own’ is a Moving Memoir That Shares the Many Trials and Tribulations of the Author’s Life to Allow Readers to Connect to His Journey
Fulton Books author Jerry Nance, the seventh child of 11 and the third of four sons, has completed his most recent book "On My Own": a stirring and emotional autobiographical work that shares the author's tumultuous journey through life.
Author Jerry Nance discusses his work, writing, "While going through rehab for a drug and alcohol addiction, I was told to start writing my life story. It was very difficult since I am dyslexic and know what I want to say but just can't spell words very well. My sister, Maura Jo, helped me through the rehab and my addictions - she and her family went through a lot with me. My son Jarrod currently is caring for me and letting me stay at his house and I keep an eye on things when he is deployed. My sister Eileen helped to type my book and put it together for the publisher, she was one of the few in my family that didn't know all of the things that I went through in my life until she typed this. I just wish my parents were still alive to read this."
Published by Fulton Books, Jerry Nance's book tackles important issues, revealing the author's experience with drug and alcohol addiction, as well as loss and grief. The work also shares how the author has dealt with obstacles such as hearing loss and dyslexia.
This engrossing work invites readers to see themselves reflected in the author's story and follow along on his journey through life throughout the years.
Readers who wish to experience this heart-wrenching work can purchase "On My Own" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes & Noble.
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