Introducing the New Memoir “JoyRide: Life, Death and Forgiveness”

Director of child abuse advocacy agency, CASA, launches debut memoir.

If you enjoyed The Glass Castle, you will love JoyRide: Life, Death and Forgiveness. For additional information or to purchase, please visit http://www.joyridebook.com.

Reviews from Amazon:

This book caught my attention in the prologue and never let it go. Don’t start reading if you don’t have time to finish – because you won’t want to put it down.

I have heard Pamela speak and have been impressed with her story of “victim to victor.” But the book took me into the heart and mind of the child in a way the public speaking can never do. What stands out the most to me is that in the midst of all the pain there is always hope – always hope and always love.
Joyride is a very captivating story. Once you start reading it, you will not want to put it down until you have reached the final page.This story is about two young sisters who were made to deal with extremely difficult childhoods and years of neglect. However with incredible strength and amazing faith, these two young girls were able to overcome many horrific challenges that came their way.
I really gained tremendous insight into a story of the life of severely mistreated little girl who by some miracle was able to walk out forgiveness from a young age. This is a remarkable testimony of God’s grace and will surely encourage anyone who reads it. I would recommend this book for anyone wanting to challenge themselves to examine their own path of overcoming this world’s problems with love. Very well written and easy to read. This testimony is clearly remembered from a child’s perspective- one you can’t put down until the very end. I think this book will bring hope to anyone struggling with letting go of the bad times in their life and help you to look forward to walking in grace.

2 thoughts on “Introducing the New Memoir “JoyRide: Life, Death and Forgiveness”

    • Hi Michelle, I’m sorry it has taken me such a long time to respond to your note. For some reason, I didn’t know it was here. Thank you for the nice thoughts. And you are right–the sense of accomplishment was out of this world wonderful. I visited your website; your bird houses are delightful. Have a wonderful day.

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