Secrets Are out Now: How a Girl Overcomes the World

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Balboa Press, Feb 14, 2020 - Biography & Autobiography - 270 pages
Book inspired by Dr. Wayne W. Dyer’s writings. Motor City Girl By S.A. Rivers This book is about a girl’s life. She feels her life is unbelievable. To this day, people do not believe her when she tells them about things that have happened to her. You name it; it has happened to her. She has had nine marriages in her life. All of them were abusive, except for the last one. Some of the people in her life beat her, sexually abused her, or abused her children. Also, Patricia tried a lot of different religions. She was also a go-go dancer and quit when she was fifty years young. Since Patricia was working in the bars, she got mixed up with the mafia and a lot of bad people. There are things in her book that she has never even revealed to her best friends. Also, how Patricia found God and changed her life. But now it is time for the world to know the life story of a dancer and how she survived it.
 

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Introduction
Indian Mother and Anie as a Young Child
Youth from age 9 to 16 and modeling school
Anie at the age of 16 to 17 Her Assault and Boyfriend Joseph
Berry Her First Husband and Her Girls Kay and Lynn
Ann Dancing in Chicago and Ken When He was Her Boyfriend
Second Husband Ken Son Peter
Third Husband Garry
Name Change to Patricia and husband 4 Ken the Devil
Husband 5 Lyn Alaska and Tragedy with Peter
Husband 6 Vernon and Family Grandson Lynn
Joe 7 Sailboat Jamaica
John the 8th husband and Indian Wedding and Indian Dancing
The Enlightening of Johns infidelity new life 9th wedding with Joe and her new life as a Jehovahs Witness
A message from the author About the Author
Copyright

Friend Guy Grant and New York Granddaughter Amanda

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S.A (Patricia) was conceived in Arizona and born in Detroit. Since her mother gave her up for adoption, she feels it has presented many problems. She grew up not knowing much about her biological background. S.A is Native American, from the Apache tribe. She grew up thinking she was German. Later in life, she found out about her Indian history from the German people that adopted her. S.A became a go-go dancer and worked all over the country for thirty years. Also, she has been married nine times. S.A has sung in operas and was in the movie PORKY’S; she has been into her native art, making clothing. And also she is a beekeeper. Now she is a Baptized Jehovah Witness and going out door to door preaching God's word just like Jesus did.

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