A mystery thriller. My Sound Track, is a scene in the book where the main character Nandi Blues had been kidnapped, drugged and is hallucinating. As she raps to her kidnappers about getting even. The animals, rodents, and insects around her are feeding off of her body and are high on the substance in her veins. Every creature in the room is hallucinating. Listen to Dungeon Tales Rap From the novel “Masterpiece The Brass Tacks” by Oman McCullough Fuqua #np on #SoundCloud
As I matured over the years. I’ve learned how to forgive my rapist and the people who abused me and the people who broke my heart.
I was able to fall in love and allow my husband to love me back. Before forgiveness I was lost in my pain. Today the pain of being abused is gone.
My healing came after I got rid of the anger, hate, shame, and the unbearable feeling of revenge. Today my heart feels pure and free.
I found I was never lost, God had always been with me. All I had to do was call on him from my heart and believe in Him Trust and have faith.
Today I love life and even if I’m having a bad day. That one moment doesn’t steal my joy. I had to write Unfolding Souls to help you mature and take your life back. Live Love and be Happy.
It’s hard to put your life out there especially when people are used to you being miserable are depressed are chronically shy.
Some people like it when you’re miserable. Some people want to hear that you’re working on your self and be happy for you.
But when you tap into happiness and you wake up every morning happy they stopped listing to you because they don’t believe you. You have tapped into something they don’t have. All the time you were struggling to find peace of mind they thought they were better than you.
I’m going to tell my story whether the haters like it or not. When I hear that I have helped someone; it’s all worth it. My assignment from God is not about me.
My Journey was about learning to never give up. You have to earn happiness inside your heart. Once you’ve earned happiness it will always be yours to reflect to the world.
Helping to heal others is a challenge but I accept the challenge. Through my ups and downs I have a job to do for God.
Unfolding Souls is a must read for any type of healing to take place in your life. If you’re happy or sad it’s something in it for everyone. Motivate your life to the highest natural high. God.
SWEET NECTAR PUBLISHING PRESENTS UNFOLDING SOULS BY OMAN MCCULLOUGH FUQUA
Unfolding Souls is a dramatic story that unfolds the phases of the main character, Jamaica Gold. Her life depicts that of romance, secret addictions, abduction and attempted murder. This compassionate story is filled with inspirational moments that Jamaica dedicates to an abused world. She gives her all, as she explores and defines the character of mental and physical abusers. Jamaica unfolds confessions in poetry and notes to her readers. The world around her unfolds and Jamaica Gold unfolds her deepest emotions about love and living life as a victim of conspiracy and sex crimes and being attacked by one abuser after another. She always found herself picking up the pieces of her shattered life. Jamaica Gold saw the world through abused eyes. Her decisions were influenced by an abused mind-her poor heart assassinated. Jamaica’s life took on many dark characteristics which she acted out with strangers behind closed doors. While fighting unbearable depression, she searches to find her power as a woman. In this book, Jamaica Gold’s words captures abused souls and tries to mend broken lives. She leaves forgiveness in the air to set free the abused spirit.
Two of my brother’s Bill and Gary, and their band member Joe love music so much, on weekends, they sing the Blues in Berkeley California outside a popular coffee house. They sale CDs of This Old Band. Blues is an expression that comes from your soul and it started with the African American slaves. Bill is the lead singer,. Bill says Blues is a state of mind deep emotions that comes from the heart. This performance is after his severe stroke and heart operation that left him helpless. He had to learn how to walk talk sing and play his guitar over again just imagine his voice before the stroke and even now it’s so beautiful.
I was in California on this beautiful day. I love listening to my family sing and Joe their band member. 👇
This was a nice day I wasn’t there but I love hearing Tim on the violin.
She was simply beautiful and as normal as any other girl. Mislead as so many other girls born to her generation. She tried and tried to rise above hard times and work towards her dreams.
You see, she grew up watching her parents abuse drugs and alcohol. She watch them turn tricks for drugs to witness them argue about it later after the drugs wore off.
Deep behind closed doors she was molested by her father and swore to herself she could never tell, blaming herself for her weaknesses her Depression was taking its toll in her mind soul and body.
She tried her best to make herself happy and to fall in love to Xscape the madness.
She knew, the house she grew up in would never become a home. Her promiscuous behavior made her life worse.
Suicide thoughts became her mission in life.
How would you try and reach her?
What would you say?
SWEET NECTAR PUBLISHING PRESENTS UNFOLDING SOULS BY OMAN MCCULLOUGH FUQUA
Unfolding Souls is a dramatic story that unfolds the phases of the main character, Jamaica Gold. Her life depicts that of romance, secret addictions, abduction and attempted murder. This compassionate story is filled with inspirational moments that Jamaica dedicates to an abused world. She gives her all, as she explores and defines the character of mental and physical abusers. Jamaica unfolds confessions in poetry and notes to her readers. The world around her unfolds and Jamaica Gold unfolds her deepest emotions about love and living life as a victim of conspiracy and sex crimes and being attacked by one abuser after another. She always found herself picking up the pieces of her shattered life. Jamaica Gold saw the world through abused eyes. Her decisions were influenced by an abused mind-her poor heart assassinated. Jamaica’s life took on many dark characteristics which she acted out with strangers behind closed doors. While fighting unbearable depression, she searches to find her power as a woman. In this book, Jamaica Gold’s words captures abused souls and tries to mend broken lives. She leaves forgiveness in the air to set free the abused spirit. #bookrelease #goodreads #bookclubs #lovebooks #bestnovel #bookstagram #booklovers #bookbuyer #bookstores #womenshalter #readmybook #drugaddition #sexualassault #sexaddict #bestoftheday
Unfolding Souls, Passing the Pen
Once you write your story of abuse down on paper, mental stress is then lifted. Everything you’ve encountered is exposed, right before your eyes. You get to see the abuse for what it really is, and feel thankful that you survived. With help and much work on your part, you’ll become aware that the stress you’ve been carrying, really doesn’t belong to you. Your healing will begin right away and it’s up to you to complete the process. Don’t worry about outsiders; the healing process is for you. Unfolding Souls is meant to help people in their recovery from being a victim of many types of abuse.
In 1990, I was falling to pieces. I couldn’t take my life the way it was, any longer. I wrote my first book in 1991. In 1993, I wrote my story of abuse down on paper, for the first time. I was sexually abused over and over in my high school years and I managed to keep it a secret; until, I wrote it down. I didn’t know the abuse had done so much damage and was holding me back from beginning my adult life. The moment I wrote The End, and laid down my pen, the healing process began. I felt alive for the first time in years. With counseling, I was able to forgive my abuser. The hardest thing for me was forgiving myself for the person I had become. Once I confessed my sins to God and myself, I felt the healing process taking its course and then I knew, I was well on my way to recovery.
When I fully recovered, I wanted to help everyone, living someone else’s life and carrying their pain, still. My desire is for Unfolding Souls’ to fall into the hands of the mental and physical abusers that makes this world unbearable for their victims. In the book, I wrote a letter to all abusers; including my own, and I pray it will touch and awaken the abusers abused hearts in some way, and compel them to seek help.
My assignment for the book is to reach those human beings who don’t feel human anymore. Also, the victims, who are mentally disabled and find it challenging to live a normal life, after being abused. I am passing my pen to the next victim because I said my final goodbye to my past secrets when I wrote my story down on paper. I celebrate the day and the moment I felt free from the pain I had been hiding. I was no longer a victim. I had defeated my enemy and now, I am the victor and I’m coming for you. I understand what you’re going through. When I was trying to survive the abuse, I didn’t have a book like Unfolding Souls to help me recover.
Back then, I knew what the name of my book was going to be. I knew my story wasn’t meant to be published, until years later. It’s up to the victim to publish their story or not. I say, go with your heart. I suggest, you write your story down on paper and look at everything that you’re carrying that doesn’t belong to you. The mental and physical weight of the attack on your body belongs to your abuser to battle, not you. Take your life back! You’re bearing a sick person’s hostilities. The burdens of their crosses, demons, bad habits, generational curses, and unwanted spirits that was passed on to you. All these things come with rape and they’re overwhelming for anyone to take. That’s what is destroying your spirit, heart and soul. In spite of it all, you’re bearing the struggle of recovery. The struggle alone is a painful path to walk, but possible. I have walked that path and I did the work to heal.
For some victims, it’s a journey that has lasted a lifetime. First, a victim must face the fact that, the act of abuse against them was real; then, acknowledge it happened to them. After the physical attack is over, you deal with the mental abuse of being a victim. You’re holding a grudge against your abuser and don’t know you’re secretly harboring the spirit your abuser possessed. Your world is invaded by corrupt, darkness that comes with being abused. Who can you talk to? You can’t expose yourself as a victim or portray a battered lifestyle to everyone you meet because you will attract more abusers.
For example, when you’re a victim of abuse, you can’t tell a date that you’ve been damaged, thirty minutes into the first date. If you’re guilty of doing that, you’re not ready for dating. I respect the victim who can make a police report after the abuse happened and get help. If you’re not that person, I suggest, completing your journey and free yourself from living a victim’s lifestyle. Recovery is possible to achieve with help and support. The journey into your painful past will be the beginning of life for you. You will find who you really are and gladly walk in your shoes. How-ever you lived your life before the abuse happened, you didn’t deserve the abuse and you are worthy of Wellness and success.
What makes it so hard for a victim to get well from getting abused? After I was victimized, I went deep inside myself and became numb. The spirit of abuse moved into my heart, mind and soul like a plague, to make sure I remained a victim, and I did. I owned the abuse by letting it live in me for so long. I nourished it, feeling sorry for myself in secret. I carried my pain and suffering around with a smile.
After I shutdown completely, (handing my power over to my abuser) I begin to see the world through abused eyes. I made bad decisions with an abused mind and was judged by my actions. To heal, I had to own up to those bad decisions that made me a bad person that honestly, even I didn’t like. Since actions speak louder than words, no one listened when I said, “This is not who I really am,” but God knew the real me and that’s all that mattered. For me to recover, I had to forgive myself and my abuser and look to a higher power to gain self-esteem.
My Unfolding story was written with so much information about abuse to help recover the lives that feel powerless, lost, and alone. Unfold your story and take back your power and own it. You’re not really lost and you’re never alone. I told my story so you can find you, when reading it. If I can help you get past the numbness and release the anger and the shame before it turns into hatred and revenge, my book was not written in vain. My story is my effort to help you find closure. I want to help get you to the point of forgiveness, even if you never received an apology from your abuser. You will find your self-esteem and exercise a positive lifestyle. Only then will you trust someone enough to fall in love, and allow them to love you back. It helps to hear someone else’s story of abuse because all abusers use the same tactics. Trust me, if you haven’t dealt with the problems that come with being a victim of abuse, you will find yourself in Unfolding Souls. There is something more for you to accomplish. My story will make you realize that the way you are living your life isn’t who you really are. We only have one life and this is it. You deserve your happy ending.
There are many types of abuse. This world has hurt us all with painful lessons that have interrupted our lives and influenced us to make bad decision. We’re all unfolding betrayal of a coworker, friend or loved one. In order for victims to heal from misfortune, we must do the work and move on to accomplish our life’s goals.
Questions for my audience 18 and up…
Have you been mentally abused, gamed on, lied to and lied on, called out of your name, looked down upon, and told I love you, by someone that doesn’t, just to get what they wanted? Have you been left for a younger, prettier and better-built person without reason or goodbyes? Has someone used you for money and living expenses, with no explanation for their actions and left you high and dry to pick up the pieces alone? Has anyone in your lifetime come out of the closet on you (Gay) while you were totally in a forever type of love with them? Has someone that you loved physically beat you down for no good reason and told you, you made them do it? Has someone you loved stalked, kidnaped, and tried to murder you, only because they couldn’t control your wants and desires? Have you been sexually abused and told, ‘if you tell they will kill you and your family?’ Have you been cheated on by a boyfriend, husband or wife, who never owned up to cheating or said ‘I’m sorry’ and still wants you to forgive them and carry on as if nothing happened? All injustice is abuse and abused people have been abused over and over because they have a lifestyle that exposes a personality that all abusers recognize and prey on, time and time again.
Until you can say to yourself, “I don’t blame my worst day on anyone.” “I walk in my shoes.” “I contemplate my every step, word, and actions because I am somebody.” You’re not ready for society. Anyone’s life can be perfect but having peace of mind is gaining self-perfection.
I wrote the book Unfolding Souls to help some man, woman, boy or girl break the curse of being violated and injured. Being attracted to abusive people’s drama, hate crimes, and troubled people in your life doesn’t work with a healthy lifestyle. Wearing a troubled attitude and causing problems, from being caught up in bad situations: hanging out in the wrong places at the wrong time is not healthy. Continuing a behavior that gives you a bad stroke of luck is not healthy. You don’t want to be a part of the negative vibes unfolding in this world as physical breakups, mental breakdown, strokes, drug abuse, alcohol abuse, sexual abuse, depression and murder. If you don’t get into some type of recovery, you may bear them all. Every type of abuser that violated you is now a part of you. You’re not going to last, unless you unfold the damages and free your life from a lifestyle of abuse. In the book, Unfolding Souls, the names have been changed and the end of every story has been altered to protect the innocent.
Oman McCullough Fuqua