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Tuesday, August 25, 2020
BLOG TOUR: The Sergeant's Daughter by Teressa Shelton
Welcome to the Official Blog Tour for Teressa Shelton's authorbiography, The Sergeant's Daughter. Today, on our tour stop, we have a guest post topic, Ten Random Facts about The Sergeant's Daughter, AND a tour-wide giveaway to share! So... Be sure to check it out and grab your copy now! Follow the tour, HERE!
August 11, 2020
As a little girl, Teressa’s father dotes on her and little sister, Karen, while mercilessly mocking her older sister, Debbie. Teressa thinks its Debbie’s fault―until she gets a little older and he begins tormenting her, too. Soon enough, his verbal abuse turns physical. Her sergeant father brings his military life home, meeting each of his daughters’ infractions with extreme punishment for them all. Meanwhile, their mother watches silently, never defending her daughters and never subjected to physical abuse herself. Terrified to be at home and terrified to tell anyone, Teressa seeks solace in books, music, and the family she can find outside of her home: a best friend, a kind neighbor, and a doting grandfather. At first cowed by her father’s abuse and desperate to believe that maybe, one day, things will change, Teressa ultimately grows into a young woman who understands that if she wants a better life, she’ll have to build it for herself―so she does.
Ten Random Facts about The Sergeant's Daughter
Praise for THE SERGEANT'S DAUGHTER
“Shelton hails from an extremely dysfunctional family, but, miraculously, she survives intact. People in seemingly hopeless situations may take solace.” ―Booklist
**About the Author**
Teressa Shelton has lived in nine states and three countries. After graduating from Belmont University in Nashville, she embarked on a career in managing medical practices. She lives with her family in Springfield, IL. The Sergeant’s Daughter is her first book.
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