Hi, I'm Roxanne Remy. Thank you for supporting my debut novel, They Can't Eat You for Supper. If you've been affected by parental alienation (PA), my heart breaks with yours and I encourage you to understand your state's domestic laws. If you someone you love is a victim of PA, continue to support them and recognize their trauma.
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They Didn't Eat Me for Supper
Lennon and Olivia are older now… and they've got their own story to tell.
Kristin Murphy doesn't like change.
An unwelcomed turn of events separates her from her two daughters and forces her return to a familiar psychological hell.
Only this time, the stakes are higher.
Can Kristin resume her role as the mother she always wanted, or will she give in to a twisted family past she vowed to bury?
Note from the author: The content in this book may be emotionally challenging for some. Out of respect for my readers, I've created a list of potentially triggering material because preserving your mental health is more important to me than sharing spoilers.
WHAT READERS ARE SAYING
. . . this book was brilliantly written. The twist in the story was completely unexpected and I really enjoyed it!
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. . . a one-of-a-kind story.
Rose Auburn, Author and Book Reviewer
. . . an emotive and compelling novel that wears its heart on its sleeve
As an only child, growing up in Georgia, I found myself imagining stories and characters in my head. Writing became an outlet for me after my parents divorce in the mid-80s. I credit my mother for encouraging me to read and journal to help escape my sadness. During the summer, she would take me to the local library and tell me to read as much as I could until she could get off of work.
In college, I craved anything to do with life and health sciences. I received a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing from the University of Virginia and pursued a successful career in critical care medicine. My passion for healthcare drove me toward research and nurse leadership positions, but I continued to indulge my artistic brain. After my divorce, I found myself in a familiar position as a single mother working two jobs and raising two young girls. My mother rescued me by providing free childcare, so I didn't have to leave my daughters at the local library. She encourages them to read and journal, too.
Today, I still practice nursing at local heath fairs and I'm an advocate for Family Court Reform. My husband and I live on a mini-farm and dream of being homesteaders. We also enjoy travel, lake or mountain activities, and spending time with our children and three dogs.
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