Item description for "SHE'S A YOUNG THING..." by Anna Andrews Rosanna...
Rosanna Anna Andrews (pseudonym) tells her true love story although written as fiction with changes to names and places in order to respect the privacy of others that took place in the early '50's. The story reveals how the romance ended, and how it altered the course of her life. Rosanna reveals her struggles with an unhealthy marriage, dysfunctional family, divorce and property settlement. She also tells her true story of her alcoholism, her recovery and her life after alcohol. Rosanna's ex-husband Marcello passed away shortly prior to the completion of the book triggering some unbelievable and mind-boggling events. Suggestions were made that Rosanna place this in the book, but she declined and is considering writing a sequel to the book. As a recovering alcoholic, Rosanna Anna Andrews has agreed to make a donation to Alcoholics Anonymous for every one of her books that is sold.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.3" Width: 5.5" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date Jun 18, 2005
Publisher E-BookTime, LLC
ISBN 1932701869 ISBN13 9781932701869
Reviews - What do customers think about "SHE'S A YOUNG THING..."?
FICTION OR TRUE Jul 21, 2007
This is about the worst book I ever read. I also do not understand the review. How can a book be fiction but also be true. The author would say things like she did not work but than she would say that she could not sleep because she worked shift work. Did she work or not. I'm confused. Also she would comment about her marriage being bad for 28 years and after having 3 children she could not take it anymore and she did no wrong but yet she was the recovering alcoholic. I did not read in her book the things she did wrong when she was drinking. And when she did mention she drank which was about 2 times it was always that something would happen to her that she did not deserve. You mean to tell me she is a recovering alcholic but never seem to drink much. It was always her X husband who was drinking. I don't get it. This women must have missed some steps in the AA meetings. From what I can read in this book she blames everyone in her life over her drinking but herself. As the author said herself once in her book-did anyone force her to drink. It was her decision. Oh, but she was not talking about herself than was she. Other people make her drink but if someone else was an alcoholic it was there own fault. And how come all the doctors and counslors are wrong when they talk to her. I find all this hard to believe. Sounds like she was and still is in denial. if this book is fiction it is the worst I have ever read and think she had to pay to have it published and if this book is supposed to be a true story of her life it sounds like she was trying to defend herself to her family and friends since it seems to me that they all knew she was wrong except for her precious Amanda. I vote not to buy this book. By the way this is a true review written as fiction and I am changing the name of the writer to protect her privacy. (see what i mean) Amy