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About Mira Cassidy
Mira Cassidy is an Indianapolis native who, from a young age, found peace and serenity in writing. A love for the art form blossomed in 2015 when she went back to complete her degree after an eleven-year hiatus. There, she took additional English and creative writing courses. During those semesters, the depth of her creativity was unlocked, and she produced some of her first short stories.
Today, Mira is a very busy and devoted mother of three. She uses her voice to raise awareness on the pain and suffering caused by domestic violence and adverse childhood experiences. She also advocates for more funding and focus for area schools to service children who are exceptional learners. Mira firmly believes that anyone can bounce back from traumatic experiences with the right resources and support system, and she encourages others to heal and find inner peace.
Titles By Mira Cassidy
Let Mia Tell It is based on chilling true events. It tells the coming of age story that Mia lives growing into womanhood and surviving withing an environment where domestic violence is overlooked, especially for past sinners. Mia must find a way to deal with her present and accept the secrets of her childhood. When she decides that she's ready to take a stand against Calvin, she discovers that doing so is much harder than she thinks. Can Mia break free? Should she? If you walked in her shoes, would you?
Each facing a life-altering decision
Will they bounce back or spiral into self-destruction?
Rosie is finally living her dream as a sultry jazz singer after defying all odds to make a name for herself. When life takes and unexpected turn, she must cope will losing the only man she's ever loved while juggling fame.
Joy's longing for motherhood seems unattainable in her troubled marriage. Her deep desire to have a baby forces her to search fervently for the truth amongst all her husband's lies.
As an adolescent trying to understanding a confusing life, Jewel is trying to keep her dream of dancing professionally alive, but she must overcome her jealous aunt's mission to destroy her.
Lauryn's wealthy status doesn't exempt her from a drama-free life. Her dead-end marriage chips away at her desire to live, and her life is full of turmoil. She finally wants to leave Braxton, but she feels trapped.
As the only granddaughter in the Dixon clan, Trisha's family wants nothing more than to see her happily married with children, but a dark family secret haunts her and prevents her from defining true happiness on her own terms.
When tragedy strikes, these courageous women must deal with hurt, betrayal, embarrassment, and rage. Each must make a choice to stand tall or crumble under pressure. This collection explores stories of resilience and adversity and exemplifies the strength, hope and beauty found in the aftermath.