On August 14, 2003, LaDonna got married to a man she was prepared to spend the rest of her life. However, after days, and months of physical, mental, emotional and spiritual abuse – she found the strength to leave him. But she would soon return to endure even more hardships – some repetitious – some worse.
Finally, a year later she left for good and three and a half years later she filed for a divorce. Only to find out that her spouse had filed for an annulment – a month later. How can he file for an annulment after so many years of marriage? Because – before…during…and after their “marriage”… he was still legally married to his first wife.
The book I Married Satan takes you inside the life of a woman who suffered, endured and eventually triumphed through an abusive marriage; swallowed the pain; forgave her ex ____________ (you fill in the blank) and has since become stronger, wiser, and more spiritual than she could have ever imagined.
Then the author states that she hopes that by this book coming out - a voice will be given to all of those whose voices have been silenced because of domestic violence and abuse.
"I really cant see this woman's life being so bad", "Wow", "Are you serious", "Unbelieveable"...
"How much of this is actually true ?" “Did this really happen?” (Drum Roll Please)
None of it is FAKE...which means that all of it is REAL and TRUE except names, and some crucially identifying items.
There are court documents and an extensive paper trail to verify the events of this book.
Are you having a special event for Domestic Violence Month in October? LaDonna M. Smith will be willing to come out and discuss the importance of spreading the awareness of domestic violence and abuse, as well as the need for a nationwide database for abusers. Sexual predators have one – why not abusers? All of this - plus- the need for a national and international marital database.
Google LaDonna M. Smith or I Married Satan's book trailer to see the book's first trailer.
For Publicity Contact: the author directly via fax: 928-597-5925; via email: philatonian.gmail.com or on Facebook: LaDonna M. Smith